COMIC Gary Delaney thinks a good joke should be like a drunk Glaswegian, "short and punchy".

He doesn't mind offending folks, clearly, and he's on his way to the Evesham, Arts Centre to prove it, with a show called, "There’s Something About Gary".

A spokesman added: "And that something is that he likes to write and perform jokes; an awful lot of them. Also, he appears to have some jizz in his hair. Oh yes, there's that as well.

"His new tour show is not only great for people who like lots of jokes, but fun for people who enjoy getting offended by jokes too."

Gary is perhaps best known for his regular appearances on ‘Mock the Week’ (BBC2) and is widely regarded as one of the most quotable one-liner comic in the country.

His many other TV and Radio credits include ‘7 Day Saturday’ (Radio 5 Live) ‘Robert’s Web’ (C4) ‘Celebrity Pointless’ (BBC1) ‘Loose Ends’ (BBC Radio 4) and ‘Russell Kane’s Whistle Stop Tour (BBC Radio 2).

The spokesman added: "When performing, he projects the barely hidden delight of a cheeky schoolboy and his audiences can’t help but be carried along by his infectious charm."

Gary's gag tsunami starts at 8pm on Friday March 24.

Tickets and further details on 01386 446944 and