Lenny Henry plays piano in front of an audience for the first time in his brand new one-man comedy show about music.
The popular comedian is returning to where it all began by embarking on a 38-date national tour of his brand new one-man show Pop Life, and he will be on stage at Lancaster Grand Theatre on Saturday, October 27.
Lenny will take the audience on a joyride through his life using his first main passion of music entwined with his renowned witty charisma.
Pop Life will feature Lenny playing the piano in front of an audience for the first time, after having recently passed his grade 4 piano exam.
He said: “It will be a nerve-wracking experience, but really good fun.”
Following the rave reviews Lenny Henry achieved playing Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy Of Errors at The National Theatre, he returns to the stand-up forum with Pop Life, “a joyous freaky show about just how music goes better with everything and how it affects us in all our lives”.
But it’s not just about music, Lenny will also enlighten us on his thoughts on the Olympic and Paralympic fever that swept across Britain and open up about his friends and family in this brand new show containing plenty of laughs and lots of funky tunes along the way.
Lenny has written Pop Life with his long term collaborator, Kim Fuller who worked with Lenny on Three Of A Kind, The Lenny Henry Show and Saturday Night Live.
Tickets for Pop Life at Lancaster Grand are £25.
To book, call the box office on 01524 64695.