Actor and comedian Alex Lowe is bringing his popular character, cod-clairvoyant Clinton Baptiste, to Radlett to kick off an awesome autumn tour.
Lowe, 53, first brought Baptiste to life when comedy icon, Peter Kay, cast him in the role in 2001 for the TV show, Phoenix Nights.
Baptiste was only in a few scenes, which included him receiving a bloody nose after some particularly inappropriate mind-reading, but in that time he certainly made his mark.
Now Baptiste is set to visit The Radlett Centre on Tuesday, August 31 for a show that The British Theatre Club called “old-fashioned comedy at its best” and On Yorkshire Magazine say is “nothing short of genius.”
The parody show, in which Alex insists the joke is on his character rather than clairvoyancy as a whole, gives residents the chance to hear Baptiste’s tales of rubbing shoulders with the hippy dippy new-agers from La La Land before he realises his true purpose – sharing his pure, selfless gifts.
To book tickets, go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk/What-s-On/Comedy/Clinton-Baptiste