One man, one keyboard, and a lot of laughs.
Comedian John Shuttleworth is heading to Yorkshire on his latest tour, A Wee Ken To Remember, to Yorkshire, giving fans the chance to hear his Radio 4-famous lounge music live.
The singer and organist wants to share fond memories of his favourite weekends — but an unfortunate typo on the poster means John is obliged to spend the evening paying homage to his next-door neighbour and sole agent — the diminutive Ken Worthington.
He'll probably end up doing both.
The brand new show promises his classic ditties including Two Margarines and I Can’t Go Back to Savoury Now as well as new tunes like Bitter Sweet Memories and Relatives in Rotherham.
The Sheffield comic has developed a cult following after debuting his songs on his BBC Radio 4 show, John Shuttleworth's Lounge Music.
His music delves into modern day dilemmas including the despair of having two tubs of margarine on the go at the same time, and the sheer pain of missing out on seconds of shepherd's pie because you've already started eating your pudding.
He plays Leeds City Varieties on Thursday November 13, and will appear at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, on Thursday November 27.
Tickets cost £18 (Leeds) and £16 (Huddersfield).
Click here to book tickets for the Leeds show.
Click here to book tickets for the Huddersfield show.