One of Britain’s most popular comics comes to the Grove Theatre next week.
Milton Jones brings his Temple of Daft show to the venue on Sunday, November 15, at as part of the final leg of his 170-date UK tour.
Unlike previous shows of his, it is a story, but there are still plenty of the jokes for which he has become famous – plus the trademark multi-coloured shirts and big hair.
Milton Jones has been a regular on TV shows Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Live at the Apollo and Dave’s One Night Stand and has had 10 radio series commissioned by the BBC – most recently, Thanks a Lot Milton Jones! on BBC Radio 4.
He said: “Previous tours have been lots of jokes in different forms, but basically lots of jokes.
“This is more of a story, more like one of my radio shows.
“When people see you on telly, they want to come and see the same sort of thing when they see a live show, but obviously not the same jokes.
“Moving to a narrative was a way of keeping the same style.
“It loosely, and I say loosely, follows a kind of adventure-archaeology type story.
“It started off with me noticing that I had the same surname as Indiana Jones, and it has all transpired from there.”
The show is suitable for all ages and starts at 8pm.
Full price tickets cost £24.
Call 01582 60 20 80 or visit www.grovetheatre.co.uk to book.