Mickey Finn


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Drug slang A regional street term for a depressant
Toxicology (1) A mixture of whiskey with chloral hydrate, the latter of which causes hypotension, pinpoint pupils, cardiac arrhythmia and, in high doses, gastric irritability with perforation, hepatotoxicity, and nephrotoxicity
(2) Croton oil and alcohol

Mickey Finn

1. A mixture of whiskey with chloral hydrate, the latter of which causes hypotension, pinpoint pupils, cardiac arrhythmia and, in high doses, gastric irritability with perforation, hepatotoxicity, nephrotoxicity.
2. Croton oil and alcohol Drug slang A street term for a depressant, see there.
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AUDITIONS: Pete Price, Leanne Campbell and Mickey Finn on the lookout for a Snow White for the Royal Court Theatre and (below) some of the hopefuls Pictures: JASON ROBERTS
And some of the stars of the cast - Radio presenter Pete Price, local comedian Mickey Finn and Juice FMs Leanne Campbell - turned up in full costume to give support.
This new musical play deals with bullying and has a fine cast in ex-Brooksiders Suzanne Collins and Ann Marie Davies with comedian Mickey Finn, above, and Mark Lacey.
Other acts include Pauline Daniels, Sean Styles, Mickey Finn, Alternative Radio, Billy Myers and Dalya Bernstein.
PANTOMIME: Veteran Liverpool comic Mickey Finn, above, stars as Baron Hard-up In Cinderella, a traditional pantomime featuring Grange Hill's Chris Crookhall as Buttons and illusionist Richard De Vere as Dandini.
On March 4 Pauline Daniels, Mickey Finn, George Egg and Steve Gribbin are on the bill, and April 1 sees Lindzi Germain, Chris McCauseland, Pete Price and Jamie Sutherland.
Veteran Liverpool comic Mickey Finn will be performing alongside Liverpool's own Stars in Their Eyes winner Bernie Wenton doing his Nat King Cole impersonation while Katy McClelland from Preston will be giving her Vera Lynn-style performance.
There will later be a cabaret night at Liverpool Taxi Drivers Club, Cherry Lane, Walton, featuring comedians Mickey Finn and Frankie Alan.
They were joined by the relative veterans Mick Miller who rounded off the show with a flourish, a very likeable Les 'Family Fortunes' Dennis and the great Mickey Finn, who epitomises the classic era of the working man's club comic, complete with flourished cigarette.
LIVERPOOL comedians Frankie Allen and Mickey Finn leant their support to patients and doctors at Fazakerley Hospital to mark Bowel Cancer Awareness week.
with popular comedy stars including Lennie Anderson, Pauline Daniels and Mickey Finn, and Born 'n' Bred starring St Helens' Dave Twentyman and Ray Peacock.
Liverpool's Mickey Finn and Hal Nolan are at the Huyton Suite on July 10, Tom O'Connor at the Royal Court on July 3 and Barry Cryer with comedy musician Ronnie Golden at New Brighton's Floral Pavilion on the same night.