Theatre: Master of farce makes a return to the Key

Damian Williams makes a welcome to Peterborough's  Key Theatre  on Tuesday
Damian Williams makes a welcome to Peterborough's Key Theatre on Tuesday
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The undisputed master of farce Damian Williams makes a welcome to Peterborough’s Key Theatre on Tuesday, 3 February.

A regular face at the Key, Damian has been the centre pin for sell-out runs, causing chaos and hilarity along the way - including the absolutely superb Being Tommy Cooper in 2013.

Now, he returns in the one- man show My Dog’s Got No Nose - a fantastic play which showcases Damian as a brilliant actor and a hilarious funnyman.

My Dog’s Got No Nose takes us on a journey through the events surrounding a stand-up comedian’s first ever performance. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes poignant and often laugh-out-loud hilarious, he shares his soul reminiscing about his early career as a furniture-salesman-turned-photographer, love, marriage and ambitions.

His debut is the fulfilment of a lifelong dream where stand-up comedy, unrequited love, animal lovers, facts of life, sibling rivalries and mercy killing are just some of the elements covered in this bittersweet story, as we discover that both the man and the performance are not quite what they seem.

It promises to be a fantastic evening of brilliant theatre mixed with classic comedy as is here for two nights only, – Tuesday and Wednesday (7.30pm).

Tickets cost £16, (£14 concessions) are available from the Key Theatre box office on 01733 207239 or online at