THE Live Rooms in Chester have announced that comedian Lee Nelson will be appearing at the city venue on Sunday, March 30.

Since launching in late 2013, the Live Rooms has hosted a wide range of artists, from chart acts to Motown legends.

The time is now right for The Live Rooms (formally The Laugh Inn) to bring comedy back to Chester.

Lee Nelson first appeared on UK TV screens in Al Murray’s Multiple Personality Disorder and continued to make appearances with many of the UK’s top performers on a variety of shows including Comic Relief and Sport Relief.

In 2010 the BBC first broadcast Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show which brought the character to national attention.

Reception to the show was excellent and led to it continuing into a second season.

Simon Brodkin, the comedian behind the Lee Nelson character, originally practiced as a medical doctor but gave up his GMC registration after successful appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe and a number of TV shows.

Audiences familiar with Lee Nelson’s shows will not want to miss this chance to see him in such an intimate show and tickets are in limited supply.

Tickets �17.50 in advance - available from .