A well-known comedian is on his way to Cornwall with a new show.

Julian Clary is bringing his new UK tour, ‘A Fistful of Clary’, to Truro this year.

The popular comic is known for his innuendos and his recent appearance on the 16th series of Channel 4's Taskmaster, where he came second place.

On his upcoming tour, Mr Clary said: "It has a Western theme.

Falmouth Packet: He will be in Truro on June 2 He will be in Truro on June 2 (Image: Andy Hollingworth)

"It was only a matter of time before I eased myself into some chaps."

His tour is said to be full of playfulness, spontaneity, and plenty of fun interactions with the audience.

Julian promises that some audience members will even be brought on stage to join him in the 'Hand Em Low Saloon'.

The Truro date is scheduled for Sunday, June 2, at the Hall for Cornwall, adding to an extensive list of 46 shows nationwide.

The tour begins on April 10 and concludes on June 14, with major cities across the UK on the itinerary.

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The tour marks a return for Mr Clary to his 'spiritual pantomime home', the London Palladium, for two nights on May 18 and 19.

This follows his successful eighth consecutive run in the Palladium's annual pantomime, where he received widespread critical acclaim in the role of 'Seaman Smee' in Peter Pan.Falmouth Packet: Part of his tour will feature getting audience members on stage Part of his tour will feature getting audience members on stage (Image: Andy Hollingworth)

In 2023 he also toured the UK playing the role of Herod in a reimagined production of the award-winning musical Jesus Christ Superstar.

Julian is set to rejoin the Olivier Award-winning reimagined production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s celebrated musical in 2024, reprising his role at venues in Bromley, Bristol, Southampton, Llandudno and Southend.

his writing includes his memoir A Young Man’s Passage, several adult novels and The Bolds, his much-loved series of children’s books. His latest memoir The Lick of Love, detailing his life alongside his beloved dog companions, was published in 2021.