Felix Dexter brings his multiple personalities to Burnley Mechanics

Felix Dexter, who is performing at the Burnley Mechanics.
Felix Dexter, who is performing at the Burnley Mechanics.

THE critically acclaimed comedian Felix Dexter is bringing his multiple personalities to Burnley.

Fresh from his performance on BBC2’s “Bellamy’s People”, the former Time Out Comedian of the Year is taking to the Burnley Mechanics’ stage on Thursday, February 17th, at 7-30 p.m. for his new stand-up show “Multiple Personalities in Order”

An award-winning comedy writer and actor, Felix famously played three of the main characters in “Bellamy’s People”; Early D, the self-styled “Lion of Harlesden (and entrepreneur)”; Aubrey Dubuisson, the terminally English, public school, Cotswold living architect and Julius Olufemwe, hotel management student and admirer of all things English – all of which now appear live as part of his shows.

His other TV appearances include playing Saffy’s boyfriend in the final series of “Absolutely Fabulous” as well as stints in “The Armstrong and Miller Show”, “The Lenny Henry Show”, “Have I Got News For You”, “The Fast Show” and “The Real McCoy”.

Tickets to see Felix Dexter’s new show, which was part of the Edinburgh Festival line-up lasy year, are £15 and can be bought by calling the box office on 01282 664400 or visiting www.burnleymechanics.co.uk.