South London, you’ve been warned – TV star Ricky Grover is bringing his stand-up show to Churchill Theatre, Bromley for the first time on Tuesday, August 21 at 7:30pm.
Ricky is a regular face on national TV, playing tough guys and villains including hardened criminal Bulla in the groundbreaking TV programme The 11 O’Clock Show, bouncer and Heather’s love interest Andrew Cotton in BBC1’s EastEnders, Maximus in the hit comedy series Plebs and the bullying Baxter in cult sci-fi classic Red Dwarf.
His menacing persona has also graced the big screen, with Ricky playing the lead in hit movie Big Fat Gypsy Gangster and starring in Guy Ritchie’s Revolver.
Joining him for the evening of stand-up comedy will be TV comedian Mike Gunn, arriving hot foot from supporting Lee Mack on his nationwide UK tour.
He has recently starred in BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and is a regular on The Comedy Store and Live At Jongleurs programmes.
See Churchilltheatre.co.uk for tickets.
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