Following a fantastically funny comedy night last year, Peter Kay tribute, Lee Lard is making a return to Hereford in March for the Hereford Racecourse comedy and curry night.
Taking place in Hereford Racecourse's Rusty Bridge Restaurant, guests are in for a night of side-splitting laughter, followed by a delicious curry meal.
Lee has been voted as the most popular comedy tribute act in the UK and has been entertaining audiences with his impersonation of Bolton's funny man, Peter Kay, for over 14 years. Having started as a comic back in 1993, his new career as a tribute act was born in 2005, after working with Peter Kay himself on the biggest Comic Relief video ever.
Lee Lard's comedy show includes a range of hilarious Peter Kay sketches and finishes with a show-stopping finale in true Peter Kay style that will have you in stitches.
The comedy and curry night will take place at Hereford Racecourse on Thursday 28 March. Food and entrance are included within the ticket price of just £25, with a cash bar serving hot and cold beverages throughout the evening. Doors will open at 7pm with the show starting at approximately 7.30pm.
A limited number of places are available on a first-come, first served basis.