Andy Zaltzman, star of BBC Radio 5Live’s comedy talk-show 7 Day Sunday, visits Worthing’s Ritz Studio with his one-man show Armchair Revolutionary on March 22.
The joke-packed show encompasses every topic from economic idiocy, political and social upheaval, revolutions and the all-new Satiricax 3000 radio to puns about dogs.
“During the evening Andy ponders the state of the world with his trademark cocktail of political satire, flamboyant analogies and outright lies,” said spokeswoman Gemma Nethersole.
“When not on stage performing his live show, Andy has been starring alongside Al Murray and fellow guests such as Jenny Éclair and Rebecca Front on 7 Day Sunday.
“He and John Oliver are also the founder comedians of hit satirical comedy podcast The Bugle, which has gained an international following of several hundred thousand regular listeners since its launch in 2007.
“Andy and John had previously co-written and starred in the BBC Radio 4 shows The Department and Political Animal while Andy wrote and starred in his own Radio 4 series Andy Zaltzman’s History of the Third Millennium and conceived and hosted Yes! It’s The Ashes for BBC Radio 5Live.
“He also writes and performs on Radio 4’s Tonight with Rory Bremner and is a columnist for ESPNCricinfo.com.”
The show starts at 8pm.
Tickets for the performance can be purchased by calling 01903 206 206 or visiting www.worthingtheatres.co.uk.
To find out more visit Andy’s official website at www.andyzaltzman.co.uk.