A new date has been set for a performance by comedian Sean Lock at the Kettering Arts Centre.
The star was scheduled to make a sell-out appearance at a show last Saturday but the event had to be cancelled due to illness.
But the show has been reorganised to take place at the St Andrews Church venue in Rockingham Road on Wednesday, March 13, at 7.15pm.
Sean is well known for his appearances both on TV and radio and has written for comics such as Bill Bailey, Lee Evans and Mark Lamarr.
Sean made his stage debut more than 15 years ago and his stand-up routine is said to be the product of a hyperactive imagination, combining surreal imagery and insightful observations.
Organiser Becky Wills said on the venue’s website she hopes everyone who has tickets will be able to attend the rearranged date but those who cannot make the show can email her on firstname.lastname@example.org for information on refunds.
Availability is still expected to be very limited as there is already a waiting list for returned tickets.
Inquiries can also be made by ringing Becky on 01536 513858 (except Fridays). Tickets cost £17.50.