A major cult favourite in Scottish comedy is to spend an evening in Aberdeen’s The Lemon Tree chatting about his first ever book tour.
Outspoken funnyman, author and actor Brian Limond, aka Limmy, takes his ‘Daft Wee Stories’ readings to the city venue on Monday, August 3, with tickets for the show going on sale today (Tuesday) online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.
“We are thrilled to add Limmy to our amazing spoken word line-up at The Lemon Tree,” says Aberdeen Performing Arts New Media Marketing Officer Andrew Raffan. “We are confident his huge legion of fans will be delighted to get the chance to see him live in such an intimate setting.”
This is a rare opportunity to immerse yourself in Limmy’s dark, surreal and absurd world, as he tells you some stories, and whatever else he thinks of, and gives you an insight into his hilarious and bizarre mind. Expect the unexpected.
Brian Limond’s work includes his double Scottish BAFTA award winning Limmy’s Show, two sold out appearances at the 2007 Glasgow International Comedy Festival and a regular segment in the second series of the Charlie Brooker news satire show Weekly Wipe.