Comedian Jason Manford is coming to Watford as part of a UK tour.

The new show, Muddle Class, coming to the Watford Colosseum in March next year, promises to feature a wealth of new material about Jason’s life growing up working class, then finding that as he’s got older, part of him has become ‘middle class’, causing existential confusion for him.

Jason said: “Somebody said to me on my Facebook fan page, 'it's been ages since you've toured'.  I thought 'no way, it was last year wasn't it?'

"Anyway, long story short, they were right, it was years ago! I just got fooled because I've been on tour doing musicals and the last tour is repeated on Dave ja Vu 13 times a day!

"So I’ve been putting some stuff together, looking at my life and how it's changed over the years, how the world has changed and how my parents haven't changed a bit. It's going to be a great tour and I can't wait to see you there.”

Since his 2013 tour, First World Problems, Jason has been performing in musicals.

Firstly starring as Leo Bloom in the UK tour of Mel Brooks' The Producers, he then had the starring role of Caractacus Potts in the UK tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. 

Jason also returned to the radio, hosting his three-hour live show on Absolute every Sunday morning.

After finishing Chitty in February, Jason went straight into hosting a brand new Sunday night primetime TV game show called Bigheads.  

Next month, Jason can also been seen guest starring in the new series of Benidorm (ITV1).

In what little spare time he has, Jason runs Manford’s Comedy Club with his brother Colin.

Showcasing the best comedians of the moment - both established names and the stars of tomorrow - to audiences across the country.

Since its launch three years ago, Manford’s Comedy Club has gone from strength to strength and booked over 300 comedians to entertain more than 45,000 people in over 60 different venues around the UK.

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