The Britain’s Got Talent winner 2018 may not be able to talk, but he definitely has something to say, and his comedy will leave you speechless when he plays the Mortimer Suite on 19 July.
The Newcastle funny man, whose cerebral palsy affects his ability to speak, was the first comic ever to win the show. His hilarious routines are delivered entirely through an iPad app using a speech synthesiser.
While disability and living with cerebral palsy are central themes to his act, Lee’s stand-up covers a breadth of topics from roasting the political establishment to the welfare system.
Also playing for laughs are comedians Scott Bennett, Morgan Rees, and Jed Salisbury.
After starting comedy in late 2009, Scott Bennett has established himself as one of the rising stars on the UK circuit, with wry observations on the absurdity of modern living.
Softly spoken Welsh comedian Morgan Rees boasts a densely packed arsenal of impressive one-liners and hilarious short stories.
Jed Salisbury is a high-energy, jolly young man with a warming charm and an innate sense of funny, mixing mischievous crudeness and belly-laughing cheekiness in a truly unique act.