Cornwall’s ambassador of comedy returns to Worthing for a night of cheeky stand-up!
Cornwall’s self-styled ambassador of comedy brings his latest laughter-loaded show to Worthing on June 24 for an evening of naughty entertainment.
Jethro’s West Country wit provides a night of cheeky adult-themed stand-up, delivered in his uniquely irreverent style, pacing the stage with his favourite drink in hand.
Jethro will regale his Worthing audience with his most popular selection of classic stories mixed with his new material including Denzil’s latest exploits and the adventures of Jethro’s other irrepressible friends.
The lovable and occasionally controversial comic will share his hilarious observations on life and deliver his own amusing perceptions of theory and reality.
Jethro appeared on the Royal Variety Performance in 2001 and is often associated with other classic comedians, having made a record nine appearances on Des O’Connor Tonight! and appeared on Jim Davidson’s Generation Game five times. Jim Davidson has cited Jethro as his favourite storyteller, praising him for his popular ‘Train don’t stop Camborne Wednesdays’ gag.
Jethro Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade, Worthing. BN11 3PX Sunday June 24 7.30pm - Tickets: £17.50, £18.50 Suitable for over-15s only.