Free garlic bread for Peter Kay fans

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Pub goers can bag themselves a free portion of garlic bread this weekend to mark Peter Kay’s return to the UK comedy scene. To celebrate the renowned comedian’s first UK tour in 12 years, pub chain Flaming Grill is offering free garlic bread in a selection of pubs located near to the Peter Kay tour circuit.

Customers will have to give their best rendition of Kay’s infamous catchphrase when they order and ask for “garlic bread” in their very best outraged Lancashire accent. The limited time offer will run on Saturday November 12th when tickets go on sale. The giveaway is limited to one free portion of garlic bread per customer.

Although famous for many one liners and catchphrases across his career, Peter Kay’s delivery of “garlic bread” remains a fan favourite, resulting in a 17% spike in searches for garlic bread back in 2010 when he announced his last tour.

Andrew Gallagher, marketing director at Greene King’s Flaming Grill said: “Even though it’s been years since Peter Kay last took to the stage, his iconic one liners are still such a huge part of popular culture. What better way to celebrate the return of one of the UK’s best comedians than with a slice of free garlic bread at Flaming Grill?”

*only valid at these participating sites; Bent Brook (Urmston), Lutley Oak (West Midlands), Jolly Miller (West Derby), Angel Inn (West Yorkshire), Ridgeway Arms (South Yorkshire), Cardiff Bay Tavern (Cardiff), Bowman (Hucknall), Shovels (Blackpool), Yarrow Bridge (Chorley). T&Cs at Greene King Pubs | Peter Kay Giveaway | Greene King Pubs (greeneking-pubs.co.uk)

Val Fraser

Val Fraser is a trained journalist with over 12 years’ experience working on staff in various demanding media environments. She has authored/edited thousands of articles including news, travel and features. Val has authored/contributed to nine non-fiction books. A regular columnist, she stepped up to the role of Digital Editor in September 2022 and is responsible for the Sorted Magazine website.
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