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If, like me, you enjoy a good murder mystery – anything from Midsummer Murders, Miss Marple to Rosemary and Thyme, you’ll be enjoying the new series of Death in Paradise. These shows all follow a very similar format, someone mysteriously passes away and the super sneaky detectives begin searching for clues of the puzzle that will lead us to the culprit. Their first task is to find out how it happened, what are the circumstances, but the second is motive – why would someone want this to happen. Often there is a Will to uncover and discover who is the main beneficiary, very exciting and usually with a healthy dose of twists and turns in the plot – what’s not to love! But it led me to think, so many of these shows reference people having a Will, but 60% of the audience watching won’t have written theirs. Of course, the characters are people with a great deal for people to inherit, whereas most of us will have very modest Wills but the complications are the same. If it isn’t written down – then who knows where everything will end up, and how much it will cost to make sure the right people receive the right things. So next time you’re watching and the TV ads come on, fill in our simple online form to request a pack and we’ll get a Will sorted for you for free. Then you can put your feet up and go back to guessing who ‘dunnit!

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Following a one-off, sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last summer, Tim Vine is bringing Plastic Elvis to Swansea. Backed by an amazing five-piece, The High Noon Band, Plastic Elvis will shake, smoulder, and try to control his hair. In the end, he’ll break your heart as he belts out some of the King’s greatest hits. With special guests John Archer as Big Buddy Holly, and songwriting legend David Martin (who wrote four songs for the real Elvis). Tim says: “This isn’t a stand up show, but a concert dedicated to my favourite performer. When I was eleven years old, I would stand in front of my bedroom mirror and mime to the whole of 1972’s Elvis: As Recorded at Madison Square Garden album. This is a tribute act that is forty years in the making. Well, the waiting is

over. It’s time to go public.” Tim Vine is a comedian who has performed numerous sell-out shows in the UK and beyond. His six stand-up DVDs include the latest tour Sunset Milk Idiot, which came out at Christmas 2018. His vast wealth of material has been preserved in books such as The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book and The Tim Vine Bumper Book of Silliness. He has also won Best Joke at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, twice. Recently, he has been seen on BBC1 in Tim Vine Travels Through Time, on ITV hosting the quiz Football Genius, and on Dave in Taskmaster series six. He hosts the Tim Vine Chat Show on BBC Radio 4, interviewing members of the audience and continuing to prove that not everyone has a story. His new YouTube channel, Tim Vine Televisual (TVTV), serves up nonsense every Monday. Plastic Elvis will be at Swansea Grand Theatre on Thursday 14 May 2020. To book tickets visit:

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