Stand-up looks at offence

The Stranglers
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Hebburn star Chris Ramsey has used his recent encounter with on-air censorship as inspiration for his latest stand-up tour, which visits Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on March 1.

After being ‘sent off’ Sky’s Soccer AM sofa for his behaviour, Chris considered that he might be, as the name of his new tour suggests, The Most Dangerous Man On Saturday Morning television.

He has now used his experience on the morning television programme as a starting point for his new live show.

As one of the stars of BBC 2’s sitcom Hebburn, Chris plays Jack alongside Vic Reeves as Joe; he is also series regular on ITV2’s Celebrity Juice.

Chris has supported Russell Kane and Al Murray and can be seen most years at the Edinburgh Festival with his solo shows for which he has been nominated for a Foster’s Comedy Award, enjoyed critical acclaim and extended runs of his shows, which led to subsequent national tours.

Having discovered what happens when you say the wrong thing at the wrong time, Chris includes in The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television his musings on life, mistakes, expectation and offense.

Chris Ramsey: The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television is at the Connaught Theatre, Worthing on Saturday, March 1, at 8pm.