A comedy legend is coming to Ipswich as part of his new tour, 30 Years of Dirt. 

Frank Skinner is known for his impressive comedy career which spans more 30 years and includes co-writing and performing the iconic football song Three Lions with David Baddiel and The Lightning Seeds.

He has also hosted the BBC show Room 101 and made appearances on shows such as Taskmaster and Fantasy Football League.

At the start of 2023, Skinner was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire as part of the New Year Honours for services to entertainment.

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Now, Skinner has announced a new tour with a date in Ipswich at the Corn Exchange on Friday, June 7, 2024. 

Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and 7 nights at the Lyric Theatre in London, Skinner is set to spend the first six months of 2024 touring the UK with his new show. 

With his support act yet to be announced, Skinner is set to perform a 75-minute stand-up show for those lucky enough to get tickets - but they are selling quickly. 

Tickets cost £31 per person and can be purchased on the Ipswich Theatres website.