One of the UK's top comedians is currently preparing to tour the country with a brand new stand-up show, and if you're interested in seeing him then get yourself to London in March.
Jack Whitehall, who many people will recognise from his TV appearances on panel shows such as A League of Their Own, as well as hit programmes like Fresh Meat and Bad Education (the latter of which was in fact written by Whitehall himself), will be taking the stage at the world-famous O2 Arena for one night only on March 17th.
Having played to sell-out crowds at venues such as the prestigious Hammersmith Apollo and others, the comedian is now set to make his first ever appearance at the capital's number one performance venue, in a show that is not to be missed.
As part of Whitehall's upcoming tour, entitled Gets Around, the gig is one of the most highly anticipated events on the UK comedy calendar for 2014, and if his previous solo tour – called Let's Not Speak of This Again – is anything to go by then there will certainly be no shortage of laughs.
Tickets for the show go on sale tomorrow (January 24th), so if you're interested in seeing the UK's favourite comedian in action then you'd be well advised to act sooner rather than later.
Known for his somewhat posh and at times rather camp demeanour, Whitehall has gained a reputation for his uninhibited style and lack of qualms about making a fool of himself in public, and over the past few years has won numerous awards for his comedy antics.
Among them is the King of Comedy title at the British Comedy Awards – an honour he has held for the past two years – as well as the Best Comedy Actor gong.