Jasper Carrott takes to the stage at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on Thursday May 30, and tickets are on sale now.
A career that has spanned five decades first started when Jasper became resident compeěre at the Boggery Folk Club in Birmingham in the mid-seventies. There he discovered his talent for comedy, and his inability to sing; the rest, as they say, is history.
A hugely popular stalwart of the British folk club scene, his comedy single Funky Moped shot to the top of the British pop charts in 1975, establishing him as a household name overnight.
The flipside was his take on the legendary Magic Roundabout, a record still sought out today by a whole new generation of fans.
Tickets for the Belfast show are on sale now from the Ulster Hall Box Office.