TIKTOK'S most viewed British comedian will perform at one of Clacton's most popular venues. 

Simon Brodkin, the man behind the iconic comedy character Lee Nelson, is bringing his latest stand-up show, Screwed Up, to the Princes Theatre, in Station Road.

Having performed at the venue multiple times before, he is determined to return with a bang, presenting yet another quality and hilarious show for all who attend.

Fresh from his critically-acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe run, the outrageous comedian will perform a show which is much more personal than usual.

The world-famous prankster, who was once rejected by I’m A Celebrity for not being famous enough, is used to making headlines all over the world with his notorious stunts.

However, during his Clacton show, taking place on November 18, Simon will be more open and personal with the audience, as he ditches his Lee Nelson persona and takes to the stage as his real self, Simon Brodkin.

He will touch on topics such as his ADHD diagnosis, his Russian ancestry and even his five arrests, while also demonstrating his usual cheeky chav comedy with well-known topics ranging from celebrity culture to Jesus.

Simon, as Lee Nelson, has previously starred in various TV programmes, such as Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder, Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show and the sketch series Lee Nelson’s Well Funny People.

However, he is most famous for starring on Britain's Greatest Hoaxer, where he would carry out a series of high-profile stunts.

One of his most notable moments included handing Theresa May a P45 during a speech at the Conservative Party Conference and saying "Boris told me to give this to you.".

Another famous sketch includes surrounding Donald Trump with swastika-emblazoned golf balls at the opening of his golf course and handing them out to the crowd.

Although successful on TV, Simon has also really impressed the TikTok world, with one of his videos reaching 40 million views, breaking records to gain the title of the most viewed British comedian on TikTok.

Doors to the show open at 7.15pm and the show starts at 8pm.

Tickets cost £22.50 and available to purchase by visiting princestheatre.ticketsolve.com.

For more information visit simonbrodkin.com.