CHARGED with fresh material, Roy Chubby Brown will be returning to Sheffield later this month on his new tour.
The creater of controversial comedy is back - rude, crude and most definitely lewd, he will perform at Sheffield City hall on Thursday 26th January.
With more than 40 years on the comedy circuit, Chubby is still as popular as ever, but too rude for television!
There are only two ways to see this notorious comedian, in his best selling DVD’s or live performances.
Having performed more than a 1,000 shows and entertained more than 1.5million fans in his live shows, the infamous multicoloured-suit and flying helmet will be cemented forevermore next year when Chubby himself is to be immortalized in wax at Blackpool’s Madame Tussauds, along with an array of British stars of stage and screen.
However, if you’d rather see the real thing, Chubby fans can still catch him live and loud.
His tours include new material, guaranteed to shock but never disappoint, but be warned - if you are easily offended please stay at home
. If not get practising the famous chant - ‘Who ate all the pies, who ate all the pies’.
Roy Chubby Brown will be performing at Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall, inside Sheffield City Hall, on Thursday 26th January.
Performace at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £20 and can be purchased from the city hall’s box office on (0114) 22 33 713, visiting www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk or www.chubbybrown.biz