Surrey’s flamboyant legend, Julian Clary, has been entertaining audiences since the 1980s. The multi-talented star is famed for his acting performances on both screen and stage, while his stand-up comedy shows and children’s books have had audiences of all ages in stitches. He returns in 2019 with ‘Born to Mince’, a new show full of filth, sauciness and classic Clary comedy. The tour will apparently see Clary ‘bare his soul’ through light entertainment. The comedian has always been openly gay throughout his career, performing in outrageous clothing and heavy makeup in the 1980s. From the end on the 80s onwards, he completed a series of well-received tours, some centred around ‘mince’, such as ‘Lord of the Mince’ (2011) and ‘The Joy of Mincing’ (2016). Clary hints that ‘Born to Mince’ may be his last, however his long standing and successful career deem him seemingly unstoppable. Beyond comedy, Clary has made frequent appearances on popular British TV shows, such as ‘Friday Night Live’, ‘Sticky Moments’ and ‘Prickly Heat’. His talents were further stretched with the likes of ‘Virtual Murder’, a BBC drama where Clary made a cameo, his plethora of performances in children’s pantomimes such as ‘Cinderella’, ‘Dick Whittington’ and ‘Aladdin’, reaching third place in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ and being the host for national award shows.