Comedy chameleon, Simon Brodkin brings his well good character, Lee Nelson to Sheffield City Hall later this month as part of the Last Laugh Sheffield Comedy Festival.
Star of BBC3 sketch show, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show and Lee Nelson’s Well Funny People, Nelson is best known for his legendary audience interactions and crazy alter ego’s such as pitch invading Premier League footballer Jason Dent, bigoted pastor Daniel Doolay and unhinged club rep Chris Young.
The comedy character made it to the final of Let’s Dance for Comic Relief earlier this year, and danced to a hip hop remix of Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky.
He said: “Let’s Dance was a well good experience and it raised 11 million pounds for charity, so if the audience in Sheffield are prepared to donate that amount again I’ll do it again.”
This is Nelson’s brand new show following sell out dates on his previous tours, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Tour and Lee Nelson Live.
He added: “Every show’s different, from the atmosphere in the theatre, the banter on the night and the interaction with three fittest birds after the show.”
Lee says people attending the comedy gig on October 22 can expect ‘an hour and a half of well funny jokes, legendary audience banter and a game show!’
Tickets cost £22.50. Call 0114 2789 789 to book.