Comedian says acts who haven't been booked to appear in Lincolnshire have, unsurprisingly, not performed in Lincolnshire
Comedian Dave Gorman says acts which don't perform in Lincoln miss the city "because Lincolnshire venues don't book them."
Tickets for the "Are You Dave Gorman" funny man's 2014 tour went on sale yesterday.
He is playing 42 dates in locations including Yeovil, Wimborne, St Albans and Dorking - but Lincoln is not among them.
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@mrstulee I'm not sure you do know why. People don't go to Lincolnshire because Lincolnshire venues don't book them. Simple as...
— Dave Gorman (@DaveGorman) September 27, 2013
However, the city has seen its fair share of leading comedy figures play venues.
Sarah Millican is playing a sold-out show at Lincoln Engine Shed next Friday. And Stewart Francis, star of BBC's Mock The Week, plays the same venue on October 27.
The Drill Hall also hosts Josh Widdicombe, part of Channel 4's popular The Last Leg, on Thursday.