By GEORGIE HARDIE
A dark comedy stars Dr Kevin Jones: Telling the Wrong Man He Had Cancer and other Hilarious Stories.
Jones takes the audience back to the late 1970s to his time as a medical student and Junior House Officer in Liverpool.
His stories include cadavers, death certification and the strange use of Lidocaine jelly attest. Along the way he tells tales of sexual mishaps of various A & E patients.
Dr Kevin Jones is among many big names to make the transition from medicine to entertainment. From the likes of Harry Hill, Graham Chapman and Paul Sinha.
He has honed his performance skills in front of invariably drunk audiences at corporate functions and sportsman’s dinners
Dr Jones explores darker depths of comedy with some true stories of his own experiences in the medical field. One story he reflects on how he saved a man’s life in front of his son.
Audiences can hope to expect an entertaining 50 minutes of Jones’ journey through his career.