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Christopher Biggins
Christopher Biggins is a British actor, media celebrity, TV personality and compere, the Grand Dame of Pantomime and above all a generous good doer.
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Christopher Biggins 11h
Losing your hair can be devastating and knowing you’re not alone and there’s people to talk to is important. My friend Glenn Lyons will be talking about this at Get Ahead of Hair Loss on 30 Sept and it’s bound to be fascinating. Visit for details
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Christopher Biggins Sep 14
As a child the most I had to deal with was hiding under my bed clothes secretly listening to The Archers but every year in the UK, around 4,500 deal with a cancer diagnosis. I’m supporting to help find better and kinder treatments
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Christopher Biggins Sep 5
The brilliant Sophie Louise Dann stars in the incredibly talented show Spamilton. All the cast are simply sensational, we even had a understudy on, who was brilliant. Only a few more weeks left at the Menier Chocolate Factory go go go.
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Christopher Biggins Sep 5
Six * Go, Six * Go, Six * Go, Six * Go. Aragon,Boleyn, Seymour, Cleves, Howard, Parr. What a fantastic evening, such talent such new talent. At the Arts theatre, Leicester Square. Eat your heart out Henry, your wives are sensational. Xxx
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Christopher Biggins Sep 4
Replying to @onebiggins
Brilliant idea
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Christopher Biggins Sep 4
Compared a great evening at Studio 88, next door to the stage door of Book of Mormon. The Show Goes On was sensational the best talent in the West End, this was the first night and will be happening every Monday at 2200, on November 5th 42nd Street will be on their own Wow GoGo
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Ian Hyland Sep 2
My first impression of ITV’s was this’ll never work. It’s grown on me very quickly though. The Biggins round was superb. Needs more stuff like that. The ‘talking over news footage’ stuff feels forced and lazy.
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Christopher Biggins Sep 3
Love you more, you were brilliant. Even I laughed out loud.
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Christopher Biggins Sep 2
good luck for tonight xxxxx
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Christopher Biggins Aug 9
We have just been to a marvellous party with Renee, Seyi, Christine, Marc, Jemima, Forbes, Matt and Vicky with the fantastic ensemble at Regents Park Open Air Theatre in Little Shop Of Horrors. Wow what a night it was simply the best party in London. Get yourself there now.
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Christopher Biggins Aug 7
Thoroughly enjoyed this years Edinburgh Festival, made even better by staying at our favourite Scottish hotel, Prestonfield House. Thank you James Thomson and all your brilliant staff. See you in September at the Old Bags Lunch.
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
My Neil went and saw our dear friend Gyles Brandreth in The Edinburgh Festival. He was knocked sideways at Gyles superb way with words. Pleasance Courtyard. Biggins 5*
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
Peter Straker is at the Pleasance Courtyard giving of his Jacques Brel, he has a simply outstanding voice and his interpretation simply the best. Go go go. Biggins 5*
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
Alex Edelman one of my favourite Jewish comics. He’s energetic, fun and extremely funny. He’s on at the Pleasance Courtyard, and has to be seen. Don’t do a large jigsaw with him. Biggins 5*
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
My first play at the Edinburgh Festival Revenants by Nichola McAuliffe, wow what a play and what a cast. Nichola McAuliffe, Peter Straker, Kevin Moore and Tok Stephen star. It’s fantastic. Biggins 5 *
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
What’s wonderful at Edinburgh Festival, Nicholas Parsons in Happy Hour. At the Pleasance Courtyard. What a joy, what an inspiration. Biggins 5*
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
Go and see Once Seen On Blue Peter, with Mark Curry, Peter Purvis, Janet Ellis, Peter Duncan, Tim Vincent, Valerie Singleton and Meeeeeeee. At the Assembly Rooms the Ballroom. It’s fantastic Biggins 5 *
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Christopher Biggins Aug 6
Backstage by the brilliant comedy duo Alexander Owen and Ben Ashenden at the Pleasance Courtyard. A sketch show with a difference. We all had a good laugh. So will you. Biggins 5*
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Christopher Biggins Aug 3
Mart Crowley’s play “ For Reasons That Remain Unclear “at the Kings Head Islington is Sensational. Beautiful written and superbly acted and directed. Go go go xxxx
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Christopher Biggins Jul 17
what a joy meeting you and your husband last night.
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