A HANDFUL of tickets remain to see rising comedy star Rosie Jones as part of Live at the Civic's brilliant triple bill returns to Whitchurch on Friday.

Jones, who has starred in her own shows as well as Live at the Apollo and The Last Leg, is part of a triple headline night with Justin Moorhouse, a veteran of the comedy scene as well as TV star and radio presenter.

Also joining them on Friday is Barbara Nice, the alter-ego of actor Janice Connolly, who reached the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent in 2019, to complete the triple bill.

Wayne Beese, who will be hosting the show which is coming to Whitchurch under the Funny Beeseness banner, said Jones's rise has been meteoric since her first show at the High Strete venue.

“We’re absolutely delighted with the line-up we have been able to put together for this show," he said.

“Rosie appeared at the Civic a couple of years ago in support of Omid Djalili for one of our first ever shows there and really took the roof off.

"Her career has gone from strength to strength since then and she is now a regular fixture on our TV screens and well on the way to becoming a household name.

“Justin and Barbara will be equally well known to many and are always loved whenever we put them on, so I’m really excited for what promises to be a fabulous night of belly laughs.

"Get one of the last few tickets and come and join us.”

Tickets cost £18 for three titans of comedy and are still available at www.funnybeeseness.co.uk