Harry Hill performing ham rock at Putney venue
Comedy genius Harry Hill is more renowned for fronting ITV's TV Burp, but the funny man also plays in a seven-piece band.
Harry Hill and the Caterers are fine purveyors of ham rock, taking contemporary and classic hits and giving them their own comic interpretations.
Expect to see everything from Madonna to Morrisey diced, chopped and mashed up and performed in a way never seen before at the Putney Half Moon.
The band have previously performed with celebrity guests Al Murray pub landlord, Bonnie Langford and Stouffer, so those lucky enough to secure tickets could be in for a surprise or two.
Guests will also come face to face with Harry's son from his first marriage, a lady playing a guitar and a live horse - something which the band insist are important components for any live event.
Harry and co are well known to the Putney Half Moon, having lent their support to the pub when it was threatened with closure in 2010.
Half Moon staff are happy to welcome the performers back again, including a tuba player, for two special live performances.
Harry Hill and the Caterers, the Putney Half Moon, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, April 26-27, 8pm, tickets £15, visit halfmoon.co.uk