Comedy star Lee Evans has announced a one-off date at Exeter's Corn Exchange on May 14 to trial brand new material for his massive late summer Monsters tour.
With jokes and routines still at an early stage, and with Lee referring to notes while performing, the Exeter audience will have the chance to influence the show that eventually takes to the stage at arenas across the UK - while promising to keep their lips firmly sealed about any of the content.
The Monsters tour kicks off with a six-night "Work in Progress" run at Plymouth Pavilions, beginning on August 7, when it will be further refined, before taking to the road.
Lee sold out five performances at Plymouth Pavilions last time he visited the Westcountry in 2011, making him the biggest selling comedy artist in the Pavilions’ 20-year history - a record broken by Michael Macintyre in 2013, but likely to return to Lee's hands this year.
Tickets for the Exeter date are limited to four per booking; they are strictly non-transferable and only available for collection on the night, subject to presenting suitable ID.
Call the box office on 01392 665938.