Comedian Johnny Vegas will come to Doncaster next month to sign copies of his autobiography.
The television and stand-up star will visit Waterstones in the Frenchgate Centre, at 1pm on November 20, to chat with fans and promote his book, Becoming Johnny Vegas.
The entertainer is best known for his appearances alongside Monkey in the PG Tips tea adverts as well as on panel shows such as QI, Have I Got News For You and Shooting Stars.
The visit forms part of a host of signings organised by the Doncaster book store over the coming weeks.
On November 2 between 11am and 1pm historical fiction writer James Aitcheson will be in store, and on November 4, from 11am to 12.30pm, cartoonist Tony Husband and Bard of Barnsley Ian McMillan will visit to sign copies of their Yorkshire humour books.
On November 6, from 7pm, SAS legend Andy McNab will take part in a book signing at The Danum Hotel, and on November 8 from noon, Yorkshire author Mike Pannett will be signing.
Other appearances include crime writer Andrew Martin on November 14 at 7pm, local authors Suzanne and Eve McGuire on November 23 at 11am, historical romance novelist Val Wood on November 29 from 12.30pm, Haunted Yorkshire authors Richard Bramall and Joe Collins on December 7, Jack Sheffield on December 9 and schools inspector turned raconteur Gervase Phinn on December 13.