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ROLL UP, ROLL UP....

Kent-based malcontent Mark Isaac, in conjunction with the Independent Pilgrims Supporters Association (IPSA), has announced a special one-off evening of revelations, scandals and entertaining tales from the dark heart of British football with An Evening With Mark Isaac.

The ex-Boston United Trust secretary and Pilgrims freedom fighter will be taking to the mic to entertain his captive audience at the Carpenters Arms on Thursday 24 January, recounting his frequently hilarious scrapes and brushes with club, its holding company and the authorities, before engaging in a much anticipated Q&A session.

“Mark Isaac is a name that will inevitably be linked forever with changing the course of football history in Boston,” Isaac told impsTALK this afternoon. “By exposing the brutal truth of financial imprudence for the whole world to see on internet forums, I single-handedly saved Boston United from the scrap yard.

“So now, I’ve very kindly agreed to return to Boston, for one night only, to spill the beans. From the 26,598 SMS text messages sent to the Boston United board between 2004-2006, to the Gee Evans Sportsbar incident and Jim Rodwell pissing on my shoes – it’s all coming out! Again!”

Isaac, voted Companies House Customer of the Year 2007, will then answer questions from the floor before half-heartedly supping on a pint of Batemans XXXB and making haste. Tickets are free.

He today refused to respond to speculation that the evening would, in fact, be a warm up event to his rumoured musical The Sound Of Isaac.

“I’m not saying a word,” an unusually coy Isaac told impsTALK. “My lips are sealed. Not a word. I can’t. It’s all hush hush. Ok, I’ll text you. What’s your number again? Actually, don’t worry – I’ve already got it.”

What the critics say....

‘Stop e-mailing me’David Conn, The Guardian

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