Chris Jacklin from New Marske met comedian before Friday's show. Chris Jacklin turned a few heads as he made his way into the Roy 'Chubby' Brown gig at Middlesbrough town hall. The avid Boro fan from New Marske is known to Riverside regulars for wearing his costume tribute to the comedian at every home game.
Now is your chance to grab tickets for the lewd, crude comedian who sometimes shocks, often insults — but always entertains his audience. His comic appearance multi-coloured funny suit and flying helmet is not far removed from the traditional circus clown. What's On.
The 'bad boy of British comedy' is set to perform in Cheltenham this November as he celebrate 40 years in the business. The famously politically incorrect Roy 'Chubby' Brown is bringing his slapstick and sarcastic humour to the Town Hall stage as he embarks on his latest UK tour. The Yorkshire comedian, famous for wearing a clown-like costume with a flying helmet and goggles, will perform at the iconic venue on Thursday, November 9 at 7.
Blue comedian Roy 'Chubby' Brown has joined the ranks of celebrity racehorse owners. Brown - sporting a bright red suit and trilby - was at Thirsk on Friday to see his horse finish a well-beaten 13th of 14 runners in the 4. Despite his absence from television, proceeds from Brown's latest DVD - The Good, The Bad and the Fat Bastard - should help to pay for Rasaman's 25, guineas purchase price plus his training fees for this season. Matt Damon below has been at Sandown shooting scenes for his new film Green Zone, but it is by no means the track's only cinematic moment of fame.
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IF THERE is one compliment that can be paid to Roy 'Chubby' Brown — and even one is being very generous indeed — it's that, after more than 40 years of peddling deep blue end-of-the-pier revue-style stand-up, he has got rudeness for rudeness's sake down to a fine art. A whole building site crew would struggle to do as much blokey swearing in three lunch breaks. Brown's giving unashamed comic voice to a certain earthy section of the populace that still calls a spade a spade is probably defensible on some level.