The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

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

Novem­ber 25.

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 david.ward2008@bt­in­ter­



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