Phil decides to Cool it after 40 years of live shows

comedian Phil Cool
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Comedian and impressionist Phil Cool (left) is to launch a farewell tour prior to retiring from live shows at Lytham’s Lowther Pavilion.

With award winning series and specials for both the BBC and ITV, Phil Cool and his legendary rubber face was once the toast of television.

Many of today’s top comics remember Cool It and Cool Head as series that changed their own lives.

Now, after 40 years in the entertainment business, Phil has decided to tour for just one last time.

Beginning on January 31 in Lytham and culminating in June, Phil Cool’s Final Curtain Tour will be the last opportunity for the British public to witness the extraordinary ability of the world’s only “stand up chameleon.”

The tour will take in the length and breadth of the UK and includes many of the venues that he toured at the beginning of his career.

But retirement from touring doesn’t mean the end of his career. Phil is busy putting the finishing touches to his autobiography and has just finished recording a series of children’s stories as audio books. He will still be heard as the occasional voice-over and a children’s book and video based upon his poem The Ghost Ship will be out in the latter part of 2013.

For the last chance to experience Phil’s extraordinary face live and to laugh at his off the wall sense of humour tickets are available from (01253) 794221.