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On 13th August Paul Cook along with John Dunne and Kelly Sloan are holding a Sportsman’s dinner with Jon “The Beast” Parkin, a former professional footballer with around 600 appearances for a number of clubs including home town club Barnsley, York, Macclesfield, Hull, Stoke, Preston, Cardiff, Doncaster, Huddersfield, Scunthorpe, Fleetwood, Forest Green, Newport scoring 200 goals in the process.
Jon has since found additional fame through the podcast Undr The Cosh which he co-hosts with former Sunderland footballer Chris Brown and comedian Chris Brown (just to confuse things). If anyone hasn’t seen Undr The Cosh I’d highly recommend it, insightful, hilarious and sometime humbling as you get to hear what it’s like to be an actual footballer and the trials and tribulations that go along with that. These are available on their dedicated YouTube Acast or Audioboom
They even have their own club shop with some quality items!
Jon’s put his thoughts down on paper to produce his autobiography “The Beast” which is available from most bookstores including Amazon. To purchase FEED THE BEAST from Amazon click here
The night will be hosted by Cal Halbert, Impressionist, Comedian, Actor, Host and Voice Over Artist. Cal Halbert is also one half of ‘The Mimic Men’. The UK’s only impressionist double act! Performing on Britain’s Got Talent in 2016 and gaining four yeses accompanied by a standing ovation by the judges, audience and Ant and Dec. To read more on Cal, click here
The Evening itinerary
- Doors Open at 18:30
- Food included in the ticket price will be served midway through the night
- Finish 23:00 (approx)
Tickets for the event will be sent to you 2 weeks prior
About the Charity
Whatever is raised from this event will be given to Children With Cancer UK, an absolutely amazing charity who do so much support children in their fight against cancer.
Since 1988, their research funding has helped to drive up childhood cancer survival rates from 67.3% in 1990 to over 85.5% and increasing. To read more about the charity and how their money is invested click here