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LEE NELSON Rising comedy star Lee Nelson, who has his own BBC3 show, will be coming to the city in December.
THE star of a new BBC comedy show is coming to Peterborough with his new tour.
Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show is currently pulling in the viewers on BBC3 and his tour will reach the city on December 10.
It’s one of three new events announced by Eye 2 Eye Promotions – who brought Richard Herring to Peterborough earlier in the year.
The character Lee Nelson, written and performed by stand-up Simon Brodkin, is stated as being a cross between Marvin from BBC Scotland’s The Scheme and
Events 1980’s Loadsamoney.
Tickets for the show, which is at the Radius, in Northminster, cost £12.50.
The other two gigs are Dan Antopolski on October 26 and Rob Deering on
Triple Perrier Award nominee Dan Antopolski will bring his seventh solo stand-up show, and it is expected to include his widely praised raps as well as jokes. Tickets cost £10.
The Scotsman wrote: “One of the funniest and hardest-working comedians out there. Some of the best gags I’ve heard.”
Rob Derring will also bring his new show, and guitar, to the venue in the autumn. If you’ve experienced Rob before, you’ll know how exciting and hilarious his shows are – if you haven’t, well, he’s known not so much a one-man band as a one-man comedy Woodstock. Tickets cost £10.
Tickets for all three shows can be bought from behind the bar at Radius or by emailing email@example.com
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