Standup comedian Glenn Moore brings his first solo UK tour to Chorley on September 21.

As seen on Mock The Week and The Stand Up Sketch Show, the evening will be full of the distinctive jokes and offbeat gags audiences have come to know him for.

Last year he was nominated for the top award at the Edinburgh Fringe so he brings that show and his new one to Chorley Little Theatre.

Described as 'blissfully silly' by The Guardian) and ’brilliantly original' by Chortle the shows 'Glenn Glenn Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It', and this year's 'Love Don't Live Here Glenny Moore' have attracted plenty of five and four star reviews.

As well as being a regular on TV, Glenn can be heard daily as one quarter of The Dave Berry Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio, the UK’s biggest commercial radio breakfast show.

He’s written for BBC’s The Mash Report, Play To The Whistle, and Russell Howard’s Good News.

He’s also known for his silly, off-beat one-liners on Twitter, which have earned him a huge following.

The self-deprecating, cardigan-wearing comic delights in juxtapositions which are silly, exaggerated and absurd, taking his audience by surprise over and over again with his quickfire verbal trickery.

Tickets are £12 from or Malcolms Musicland, or Ebb & Flo Bookshop.

There’s an extra showing of Fleabag at Chorley Little Theatre on 27th September.

The play that inspired the hit TV series is currently running in Londons West End as a one-woman show written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge and is being captured by cameras from NT Live for showing on cinema screens.

The 7.15pm screening is close to selling out so Chorley Empire Community Cinema have added a later screening at 9pm. Described as “a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life” the play has been getting rave reviews and has sold-out it’s run so a cinema viewing is the only way to watch it.

Tickets are £12.