By Gemma Hirst & Samuel Hall
Teeside comedian Patrick Monhan is coming to the Arts Centre Washington this Friday to talk about his love for cakes.
He is known for his anecdotes and unique charm, including cakes.
The stand up comedian will be performing at 7pm on February 28.
The funny-man, known for his family friendly approach, hopes the show will be well received by Wearsiders.
He said: “I want people to go away thinking ‘that was great that’ and buzzing, I want them to be uplifted.
“I’m looking forward to getting to Washington Arts Centre because it’s one of the few venues on my tours that doesn’t have a train station, so I’ll be making it a special journey there – partly on foot, partly on horseback.
“You’ve got places like Washington – proper little art centres – and that’s lovely because people get out there. That’s in the middle of nowhere– it’s quite exciting when you go places like that.”
The Iranian-born comic has performed as far as Australia, Barbados and Dubai, as well as the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, but is excited to be back in his native North-East.
Tickets cost from £10 for concessions to £12 for adults.
For more information please visit the website here.