FUNNYMAN Adam Kay is bringing his acclaimed brand of tuneful humour to the City Varieties Music Hall in Leeds.
Adam’s show takes place on Sunday, February 2, and will feature a range of “darkly humorous” re-imaginings of pop and rock classics.
Highlights of his CV include three number one albums on the iTunes comedy charts as well as more than 20 million hits on YouTube.
Fans include TV favourite Stephen Fry, who said of Adam’s work, “this made me very, very happy”.
General tickets cost £15.60 while boxes to seat two people cost £37.20.
The show, entitled Amateur Transplants: Adam Kay’s Bum Notes, is for over-16s only.
For further information about the date, e-mail the www.cityvarieties.co.uk website or ring the box office on 0113 243 0808.
The City Varieties offers rich pickings for comedy fans next month, with Jason Manford, David Baddiel, Russell Kane and Sean Hughes among the other laughter-makers lined up to tread its boards.