Controversial Middlesbrough legend Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown returns to his hometown to perform his latest live stand up show at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Thursday 31 March.
Grange Town born, ‘Chubby’ is notorious for his decidedly blue humour, the nature of his material means that he rarely appears on major television channels. However, he has been described as "The most important comedian of the past 25 years” and with record breaking DVD sales and performing live to around 350,000 people a year; the proof, as they say, is in the pudding!
The lively comic’s real name, Royston Vasey, was used for the fictional village in the comedy television show The League of Gentlemen. He also made several cameo appearances as the foul-mouthed mayor of the village.
His new show is as brash as ever, and as always comes with a strict ‘not for the easily offended’ tag, but if you’re in belief that PC has gone mad then this stand up will feel like a breath of fresh air!
Brown’s shows regularly sell out so advanced booking is advised. Tickets can be booked on 01642 729729.
Roy Chubby Brown Live - Thursday 31 March at 8pm at Middlesbrough Town Hall. Tickets: £19. Over 18 only.
The Main Hall can accommodate up to 10 wheelchairs and the Crypt up to 6 wheelchairs. One free ticket is available for each companion. Please inform the Box Office at time of booking. Please note that the lifts will only hold 330 pounds. Please bear this in mind if you are the owner of a heavy wheelchair.
Middlesbrough Town Hall is located on Albert Road in Middlesbrough Postcode: TS1 2QQ, Tel: 01642 729729.
From top comedy from Sarah Millican, Ed Byrne, Mark Watson, Jimmy Carr, Stephen K. Amos, Tim Vine and many more to top notch music from Jools Holland, the Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular and Keep It Cash the Spring programme at Middlesbrough Town Hall is packed including a classical programme with the best of international orchestras as well as theatre for all the family. Don't miss great classes in performance, a glee club, carnival arts and much more!