A comedian dubbed “the world’s most offensive” will be visiting Lincoln as part of a comeback tour.
This is the first tour American-turned-Glaswegian Jerry Sadowitz has done in 25 years, and he will be visiting Lincoln Performing Arts Centre as part of it.
Sadowitz’s comedy is all about pushing the boundaries of on-stage humour, and nothing is off limits.
Audiences can expect the comedian to be sweary, confrontational, controversial and even violently divisive.
There’s also a chance of seeing Sadowitz perform a bit of magic with cards.
Sadowitz believes that “the ignorant, the optimistic, the comedy connoisseur, the nihilist and the eternally depressed” will enjoy the show.
Fans of the likes of Frankie Boyle and Roy Chubby Brown will also particularly enjoy the show.
He added: “My act hopefully hangs out everyone’s dirty laundry and we all end up happier for it.”
Sadowitz will be playing the LPAC on October 28 at 7.30pm. Tickets start at £16, and can be purchased from LPAC’s online box office.