hello u blurb readin legend.
Its Lee Nelson here from off ur tele + i’m coming to a crap town near u with my well new tour.
its gonna b bigga, betta + even funnier than my last tour + a lot fatter as well coz this time i’m bringing my best mate + fat legend Omelette!
so dont b a mug - stop readin this rubbish + get urself a ticket! do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it!!
Lee Nelson, also known as Simon Brodkin, performed his first solo show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2006, titled Simon Brodkin: Everyone But Himself.
In his Lee Nelson stand-up routine, Brodkin’s character typically interacts with his audience, telling them about his life, asking them questions, then replying with witty and often mocking responses that reflect his world view, his own ignorance or his own stereotypically antisocial attitudes. Brodkin also performs a selection of other characters, the most successful of which has been Jason Bent (“110% Bent”), a stereotypically unintelligent premiership footballer with a “chavvy” hairstyle and a working-class Merseyside accent..
In 2009, Brodkin was commissioned by the BBC to write his own show titled Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show. It features Brodkin in character in a studio setting, but also features television sketches of his other characters. The show was commissioned for a new series, which aired on August 25 2011.
Tickets £23.50 Grand Opera House York on Friday, November 18 at 8pm. Box Office 0844 871 3024 ATG Tickets