Julian Clary, national trinket, author, TV and radio star is coming up your way…
The Joy of Mincing is Julian Clary’s celebration of 30 years as a camp comedian. There is so much to tell you; the ups and downs of his sordid love life, the true and heart stopping account of how he saved Dame Joan Collins’ life, and don’t start him on the perils of his DIY electrical home enema kit.
On stage Julian will proudly wear his well-deserved M.B.E. (Mincer of the British Empire). It was the last thing he expected to receive when he knelt down in front of Prince Charles in the scullery at Buckingham Palace…
And because Julian gives and gives (until it hurts) he will be handing out honours to a lucky few in the audience too. This is Julian at his filthy best. Live and unplugged.
Remaining one of the country’s best loved entertainers, Julian’s popularity has endured across a three decade career in show business. With a variety of credits to his name Julian is not only a comedian but presenter, author and established pantomime star. His colourful career has seen him win Celebrity Big Brother in 2012, become a Sunday Times best-selling novelist, complete countless smash-hit tours and front a brand new three-part natural history series for ITV, entitled Nature Nuts, which aired in August.
Last year, Julian added children’s author to his long list of credits, publishing the delightfully amusing children’s book The Bolds. The 3rd March 2016 sees the release of the second instalment of the series, The Bolds to the Rescue (Andersen Press, RRP £6.99), another helping of hilarious fun and mischief with Britain’s wildest family of hyenas!
Come and witness a masterclass in camp comedy as Julian brings The Joy of Mincing across the UK in 2016.
“He never falters. You think knob jokes are easy? Clary makes them flow like cheap German wine. It’s absolute fluff, but he pulls it off”’ - The Times
“Outrageously funny. A master comedian at the top of his game” - What’s On Stage
|25||Glasgow||Comedy Festival/Kings Theatre||08448 737 353|
|14||Yeovil||Octagon Theatre||01935 422 884|
|15||Exeter||Corn Exchange||01392 665 938|
|16||Cardiff||St David’s Hall||02920 878 444|
|17||Norwich||Theatre Royal||01603 630 000|
|20||Southend||Palace Theatre||01702 351 135|
|21||Basingstoke||Anvil Arts||01256 844 244|
|22||Tunbridge Wells||Assembly Hall Theatre||01892 530 613|
|23||Brighton||Dome||01273 709 709|
|24||Canterbury||The Marlowe Theatre||01227 787 787|
|27||Birmingham||New Alexandra Theatre||08448 713 011|
|28||Buxton||Opera House||01298 721 90|
|29||Harrogate||Royal Hall||01423 502 116|
|30||Northampton||Royal and Derngate||01604 624 811|
|1||Shrewsbury||Theatre Severn||01743 281 281|
|4||St Albans||The Alban Arena||01727 844 488|
|5||Dorking||Dorking Halls||01306 881 717|
|6||Crawley||The Hawth||01293 553 636|
|7||Shanklin, Isle of Wight||Shanklin Theatre||01983 868 000|
|8||Southampton||Mayflower Theatre||02380 711 811|
|11||Leeds||City Varieties||01132 430 808|
|12||Lancaster||Grand Theatre||01524 646 95|
|13||Edinburgh||EICC Pentland||01313 003 000|
|14||Berwick Upon Tweed||The Maltings||01289 330 999|
|15||Newcastle||Theatre Royal||08448 112 121|
|18||Eastbourne||Congress Theatre||01323 412 000|
|19||Swindon||Wyvern Theatre||01793 524 481|
|20 & 21||London||Shepherds Bush Empire||0844 477 2000|
|22||Cheltenham||Town Hall||0844 576 2210|
|25||Kings Lynn||Alive Corn Exchange||01553 764 864|
|26||Stafford||Gatehouse Theatre||01785 619 080|
|27||Manchester||Opera House||08448 713 018|