Published: 09:50, 26 April 2019
| Updated: 17:02, 16 May 2019
Winner of ITV's Britain's Got Talent, Lost Voice Guy - aka stand-up comedian Lee Ridley - is set to visit Kent this weekend.
Lee, who swept to victory in last year's show, has had cerebral palsy since he was a baby and delivers his jokes with an iPad.
His book, I’m Only In It For The Parking, is a thought-provoking account of life with a blue badge, and he will be signing copies of it and meeting fans at Bluewater on Saturday, May 18.
Over the years Lee has been inundated with questions from people who do not think before they speak and his book can be viewed as a disabled frequently asked questions, with funny (sometimes painfully funny) stories from his less-than-ordinary life.
His disability forms the basis of his humour and he is also a BBC New Comedy Award winner. His BBC Radio 4 sitcom Ability has also been commissioned for a second series, while his 2018 Edinburgh Fringe show was a sell-out.
Fans need to book to meet Lee at WHSmith in Bluewater on Saturday, May 18 from 12.30pm.
Tickets for the event cost £14.99 plus a booking fee, which includes a copy of the book for the signing.
To book click here.
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