Humorous colloquial comedian Lee Nelson will be hoping to leave the audience in stitches when he hits the Edinburgh stage next month. The performance comes as part of his ‘Well Good Tour’, a new UK Tour accompanied with his overweight brain-dead sidekick ‘Omlette’.
The character of Lee Nelson was created by Simon Brodkin, a doctor in a previous life but has found a new career in comedy, starting with an excellent solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe festival back in 2006. He has also worked with fellow comedian Al Murray; writing for and appearing on the ‘Al Murray’s Multiple Personality Show’ in 2009. His popularity has recently grown dramatically following the success of his ‘well good show’ on BBC Three receiving rave reviews.
The show will be on the 6th November 2011 at the Edinburgh festival Theatre. Tickets are still available but look to sell quickly due to his popularity. Why not look through the extensive range of hotels in Edinburgh
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Published on 20/10/2011.
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