Comedian Tom Allen is returning to his home town of Bromley for a string of sell-out shows.
The stand-up star and TV presenter will be performing his latest show for four nights at the town’s Churchill Theatre, which seats more than 780 audience members.
The funnyman, who is known for appearing on shows such as The Apprentice: You’re Fired and Bake Off: An Extra Slice, grew up in Bromley and has spoken many times about his experiences in the town.
After attending Coopers School in Chislehurst - the same primary school as fellow Bromley resident Rob Beckett - Allen continued to live locally with his parents into adulthood.
His recent move out of his parents’ home is a big talking point in the comedian’s new tour, Completely.
Moving house, as well as his attempts to grow a vegetable patch and dinner parties with friends, are just some of the topics covered in the stand-up show.
However, Allen has mentioned on his podcast, Like Minded Friends with Suzi Ruffell, that he still lives in the area and hasn’t ventured too far outside of the Bromley borough.
The latest tour follows on from the So You Think You're Funny winner’s performance at the London Palladium, which was also a sell-out.
The shows at the Churchill Theatre are set to begin at 8pm, and the website states that there may be a support act before Tom Allen hits the stage.
While tickets are sold out on the website, you can call the theatre on 03433 100020 to enquire about last-minute availability.