Comic Frank Skinner reschedules South Yorkshire show

Frank Skinner
Frank Skinner

Comedian Frank Skinner has rescheduled a South Yorkshire show.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Frank Skinner - Man in a Suit originally scheduled for Thursday 29 May, has been postponed at the request of the promoter.

The show has been rescheduled for Tuesday 25 November 2014. All original tickets will remain valid for the new date but should customers be unable to attend, a full refund will be given from the original point of purchase.

After a career in television that has spanned since the late eighties, Frank is going back to his first love; stand up, as he brings Man in a Suit to fans across the UK.

Man in a Suit is a more subdued offering from Skinner, focusing less on swearing and smut, to deliver a more grown up, observational look at a variety of subjects including why he has amassed so many suits and what he plans to do with them.

Skinner performed his first stand-up gig in 1987 and made his television debut a year later. In 2007, he performed his first stand up for ten years before venturing into the world of radio presenting, having a breakfast show on Absolute Radio and writing the comedy series ‘Don’t Start’ for BBC Radio 4.

Skinner won the 1991 Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe, beating Jack Dee and Eddie Izzard. He has worked with fellow comedian and close friend David Baddiel, notably on the popular late night entertainment show Fantasy Football League, from 1994–2004, and on Baddiel and Skinner Unplanned from 2000 to 2005. The duo also co-wrote and performed the football song “Three Lions” with the Lightning Seeds and the England national football team for Euro 96, which reached number one in the UK

Fans can currently see him back on TV presenting Room 101, but the lifelong West Bromwich Albion supporter is now safely back in the stand up circuit and ready to show off his latest suit.

Tickets are still available to buy for the new date from