(Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury, Sept 23)

A NEW stand up show from multi-award winning comedian Marcus Brigstocke.

Snowflake, Nazi, Remoaner, Trot, Libtard, Brextremist, Feminazi, Piers Morgan... As we divide each other up into more and more unpleasant categories of evil, it is time to establish, once and for all, what is good and what is bad. Who better to arbitrate in these challenging divisive times than Lucifer himself?

The Devil no longer runs Hell day to day. He's retired now, and plays Golf at Mar-a-Lago, but the Dark Lord is still on the board of The Underworld and attends a bi-annual meeting to advise on how to make eternal damnation sustainably hot, how to keep a thousand minions on a zero hours contract and what to do about Jacob Rees Mogg.

n Tickets are £18 and the show starts at 98pm with support from Rob Rouse. Call 01744 281 281 or email for more.


(Crewe Lyceum, Sept 21)

A STUNNING celebration of one the greatest singer –songwriters of all time. Featuring international George Michael tribute Wayne Dilks and his eight-piece band.

A musical journey of 35 years of hit records, from Wham to his solo career, the show uses actual video footage from The George Michael 25 live tour and is a two-hour spellbinding spectacle of his songs such as, Club Tropicana, I’m Your Man, Faith, Fast love, Outside, Freedom, A Different Corner, Father Figure, Careless Whisper and many, many more.

If you are a fan and you know every word of these songs, join us on a journey and celebrate the incredible legacy George left us all.

n Tickets are £26 and can be order online at or by calling 01270 368 242.


(Theatr Clywd, Mold, Sept 26)

Carlos Henrique Raposo, commonly known as Carlos Kaiser, is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a striker, better known as being a "farce footballer".

He was selected to play with many teams in his decade-long career, but never actually played a regulation game and hid his limited ability with phony injuries, frequent team changes and other ruses.

This film charts his amazing career as a football faker and is written by Ivor Baddiel, brother of comedian and writer David Baddiel.

n Tickets are £6 and the showing starts at 8pm on the Wednesday night.

For more details, call 01352 701 521.