STUCK for something to do tonight? Got a spare £23.50 burning a hole in your pocket?
Have a penchant for 1980s variety show comedians? Then head down to the White Rock Theatre where Lenny Henry is performing his latest one-man show.
Cradle to Rave is not Henry’s normal comic offering though. It explores the role music has played in the comic’s life - including his on-stage roots.
Billed as a funky, funny and touching show, Henry lifts the on a lighter side of his often madcap and booming personality.
Ricky Gervais famously lambasted Henry for charging £30 for one of his previous shows during his own stand-up showcasing and, with Henry no longer an A Grade star of the stage, some punters may be put off by the price.
Those who are not put off will enjoy a whimsically nostalic jaunt through Henry’s life, with Henry ambandoning the mic for a grand piano, and trading songs as regularly as he trades punchlines.
A rare glimpse into the life of one of Britain’s most-loved comedians. Whether or not he stays at the Park Inn is anyone’s guess.
Tickets are available now from the venue’s box office.