After more than 40 years of belly-bursting gags and outrageously offensive laughs, the world's bluest stand-up is finally hanging up his helmet. Join Chubbs for his last ever live recording, filmed in front of a live audience in August and featuring brand new material that's fatter, funnier and filthier than ever. One thing's for sure, age hasn't mellowed him.
The self-proclaimed "crudest and rudest" comedian has been touring the circuit for 40 years and produced 12 cassettes, 17 DVDs and two LPs in that time. Last week they were talking about the tennis. A lot of people at the show tonight will have arrived straight from work and won't know that.
After 40 years in the business, Teesside comedy legend Roy Chubby Brown says he's hanging up his helmet. While he insists he isn't retiring, the showman says he will be cutting back on his working hours. The comic, best known for his blue language and risky routines, has always divided opinion among comedy lovers.
Gag Reflex in association with Andrew Roach Talent. The U. His choice of language and his politically incorrect jokes are all delivered with a cheeky grin and perfect comedy timing.
The man who used to use blatant racism in his material has naturally had to tone it right down for a more modern audience, but does that mean compromising his comedic integrity? After all, many people refuse to clean up their acts, as it were, for anybody. Born Royston Vasey The famous League of Gentleman fictional town is named in his honour in Middlesborough just as the Second World War had come to a close, times were tough.
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Readers reacted in force to comedian Roy Chubby Brown's claim that he had been banned from the new-look Middlesbrough Town Hall. Readers have resoundingly backed Roy Chubby Brown - and even led calls for a boycott of Middlesbrough Town Hall - as they reacted to news that the comedian would not be playing there. The Grangetown comic believes he has been stopped from appearing at the new look venue because his act is too saucy.
The Smoggy provocateur has made his name in recent years without appearing on television with his act often deemed too controversial for a mainstream TV audience. But his multi-coloured suit and flying helmet has become a familiar figure in theatres and clubs around the country. His detractors brand Brown's style of humour outdated, with his racial slurs and sexist jokes not considered suitable for mainstream TV. Despite that criticism, he has toured the UK every week of every year for the past 30 years and his DVDs still sell in their tens of thousands.
The 'bad boy of British comedy' is set to perform in Cheltenham this November as he celebrate 40 years in the business. The famously politically incorrect Roy 'Chubby' Brown is bringing his slapstick and sarcastic humour to the Town Hall stage as he embarks on his latest UK tour. The Yorkshire comedian, famous for wearing a clown-like costume with a flying helmet and goggles, will perform at the iconic venue on Thursday, November 9 at 7.
My jaw is still aching from laughing so much! As we were watching an evening show we were able to park in the nearby car park for free which was a bonus. The venue itself was a lovely old building set in the heart of Bedford. It was very clean and welcoming inside and out so made our visit very pleasant.