Huddersfield-born comedian Al Pitcher is bringing his hit show Idiot Wind to the town later this month.
Inspired by a true story of flatulence on an aeroplane and the chaos which ensued, the show was first staged at the Edinburgh Festival last year and is now touring the country.
Al Pitcher is a regular on Paramount Comedy TV, and having moved to New Zealand when he was very young, is finally making his way back to his roots.
Described as “eclipsing his peers with his interactive abilities, his audience never quite knowing where he's taking them but thrilled by the journey”, Pitcher brings his unique comedy to Nosh in Almondbury on February 20.
Tickets are available from 01484 430004. Doors open 6.30pm, show starts 8pm.