Watch Milton Jones’ best jokes ahead of his new tour at Colston Hall in Bristol
PUBLISHED: 10:54 09 July 2017
King of the one-liner, Milton Jones, will be appearing at the Colston Hall in Bristol later this year.
The snappy funnyman has entertained millions of people with his regular performances on television comedy panels, including the BBC’s Mock The Week.
His new Milton Jones Is Out There tour is arguably his greatest yet and he promises to give his audience a piece of his weird, wonderful and humorous mind when he heads to Bristol in a few months times.
The 53-year-old has more than 20 years of experience behind him and he knows as well as any comedian on the circuit how to make an audience laugh with gag after gag.
His quick-witted comedy has earned him fans right across the country, but also a lot of praise from those within the industry too, as he picked up a Perrier Comedy Award for best newcomer in 1996 and also has been rewarded with appearances on BBC radio too.
A Colston Hall spokesman said: “In his brand new show, Milton will be putting his foot down and lifting the lid on the pedal bin of lies of the media.
“He will also be scaling the heights of fashion at the risk of falling into a terrible cravat. Milton will be talking about his life so far – the ups, the downs and why buying his own see-saw was the best decision he ever made.
“But perhaps he should give all this up and seek the highest office in the land – but how do you get a desk and a swivel chair up a mountain? Oh and now he wants to be Prime Minister too.”
Jones, who will no doubt be dressed in a flamboyant multi-coloured shirt and with his usual wild hair, will be performing in the West Country at the Colston Hall on October 25.
The show is scheduled to begin at 7.30pm.
He will also appear at The Playhouse in Weston on September 27 during his long-running tour.
Tickets to see Jones in Bristol, priced £27.95 including a booking fee, are availabl at www.colstonhall.org or by calling the box office on 01172 034040.
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