Stand up comedian Jack Dee is coming to the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre on Sunday, December 18th.

Dee became a waiter after leaving school and later decided he wanted to become a priest. Realising this wasn’t for him; he became the comedian that he is known for today.

After winning the first series of “Celebrity Big Brother” in 2001 in aid of Comic Relief, he went on to do more charity events including Channel 4’s Comedy Gala for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and co-hosting Comic Aid to help raise money for the Asian Tsuanmi.

The comedian has also starred in BBC show “Lead Balloon”, a show focusing around comedian and writer, Rick Spleen, who’s life hasn’t gone to plan and has to find other methods to try and pay the bills.

Tickets are priced at £15 and will be avaliable from the Engine Shed box office from 10am on Friday, October 21st.