COMEDIAN Richard Herring will be back on stage on June 28 at The Haymarket, six years after his last stand-up show.

Last year, Herring discovered that his right testicle was abnormally large and sought medical help. He was diagnosed with testicular cancer and had to undergo surgery to remove the affected organ.

Having made a name for himself in the comedic realm with a show about male genitalia, 'Talking Cock', and a book exploring toxic masculinity, 'The Problem With Men', his latest material weaves in this personal experience.

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Attendees can expect audacious humour as he answers the burning question: "Is a severed gonad in a jar an ideal prize for Taskmaster?"

The show is recommended for audiences aged 14 and above and tickets are available for £24, inclusive of a £4 booking fee.

For tickets, contact the Anvil Arts box office or visit their website.