Alex Reid to star in new show by St Albans writer Johnny Tait

15:36 13 March 2014

Alex Reid and Johnny Tait - spot the difference!

Alex Reid and Johnny Tait - spot the difference!

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A new show by St Albans comedian and author Johnny Tait will feature cage fighter turned actor Alex Reid, best known as the ex-husband of Katie Price.

Alex will be appearing with his current girlfriend Nikki Manashe in the show entitled Factor 2025 next Saturday, March 22, at the Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn Garden City.

Known as The Reidanator in fighting circles, Alex trained at The Guildford School of Acting before going on to appear in television shows Soldier Soldier and Hollyoaks.

Factor 2025 is a cynical and controversial look at television talent shows and how Johnny, having worked in show business for 36 years, sees them heading.

Johnny’s play Conscience, the stage play of his first novel was performed at the Maltings Arts Theatre last April to critical acclaim before touring Herts.

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