Funny man Freddie Starr, one of Britain’s best-loved comedians, brings his own unique brand of madness and mayhem to Doncaster Civic Theatre on Wednesday June 8 at 7.30pm.
The outrageous performer – whose own distinctive approach to comedy has captivated audiences around the world for almost four decades – is visiting Doncaster as part of his latest tour.
Much more than a stand-up, Freddie is a ‘star’ in more ways than one as his many talents also include being a talented ballad singer, impressionist and accomplished actor.
Undoubtedly his main appeal is to comedy fans of a certain age and it could be said you either love the man or hate him.
But for some people he just gets better and better.
But the comic’s act proves he can still pull off the energy of his 1970s peak.
Now 68, Starr can still keep things contemporary with a white-knuckle ride of visual comedy and manic moments.
One minute he reduces audiences to tears of laughter with his quirky stand-up material, the next minute he is rushing headlong to the edge of anarchy.
Tickets cost £20 and are on sale from the Civic Box Office on 01302 342349 or online at www.doncastercivic.co.uk