Comedy gets emotional in My Dog’s Got No Nose

My Dog's Got No Nose - Pamela Raith Photography
My Dog's Got No Nose - Pamela Raith Photography

Brad Fitt directs the hilarious and emotional play, My Dog’s Got No Nose, a one man play by Ron Aldridge.

The play follows Damian Williams as the stand up comedian as he tries to make it as a funny man, following the trials and tribulations of a man trying to make his dream a reality.

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As his dream to become a successful comedian continues he also has to contend with unrequited love and sibling rivalries.

Described as sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes poignant, he shares his soul reminiscing about his early career as a furniture-salesman-turned-photographer, love, marriage and ambitions.

The play which at the 
Old Town Hall on Saturday 
February 7 at 8pm, also sees the star deal with issues 
such as mercy killing and 
animal loving.

Damian is known for starring in Being Tommy Cooper, Run for your Wife and Hi-de-Ho. Most recently Damian has starred in a number of pantomimes following his huge success last year when he played Edna Turnblad in Hairspray at Curve in Leicester. Suitable for ages 14 plus, tickets are on sale now to see this one man show, prices are £12, £10 for concessions and £9 with a Dacorum card.

If you’re a member the old town hall’s UpStaged theatre club for 16 to 25 year olds, ticketsto see the show are only £5 - you can register to be a member of the theatre club at

Book your tickets now by phone on 01442 228091, online at, or in person at The Old Town Hall, High Street, Hemel Hempstead.