Will aspiring comedian’s jokes stand up or will he fail dismally?

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ONE MAN’S life-long ambition to become a stand-up comedian is the enticing idea behind a show coming to The Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre.

My Dog’s Got No Nose by Noted for Music Productions in collaboration with the venue can be seen on Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25, at 7.30pm.

Giles Shenton (pictured) returns to The Phoenix following his highly-acclaimed UK?tour of Old Herbaceous last year. He plays the aspiring comic, whose dream is about to be fulfilled.

As he prepares for his first gig, find out how events in his life have led him to this point with all its hilarious highs and lows.

Will he be a success? Will he fail dismally?

Find out as you become the audience at his debut stand-up performance in the piece written by Ron Aldridge and directed by Simon Downing.

Tickets are £11, and £10 for concessions.

For more information and to book tickets call The Phoenix on 01420 472664 or email info@phoenixarts.co.uk

Other Phoenix production coming up include Burton, about the life of the great Welsh actor, from humble beginnings to Hollywood stardom, on Friday, March 3, at 7.30pm; and Night at the Theatre, an interactive show for children and families, on Saturday, March 4, at 2pm.

This combines dance, audio description and storytelling.