LONDON comedian Rob Beckett is back on the road this year with new show, Wallop.

The Mouth of the South will be coming to Salisbury City Hall on May 30, to give audiences an update on his life since his 2015 tour.

“As a word, ‘wallop’ just isn’t used enough but I use it quite a lot. I think it sums up me and my show - ‘Here it is, have a bit of that’, we’ll enjoy ourselves and then go home,” says Beckett.

When asked what to expect from the show the comedian said a main theme is “family”, as he is one-of-five, adding: “My show isn’t going to sort out Brexit, but it will take your mind off it for an hour and a half.

“Essentially, the show is all about the funniest things that have happened to me or I’ve thought of since the last tour.”

The father-of-two is a regular face on our TV screens, appearing in shows including All Together Now, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Celebs Go Dating and The Jonathan Ross Show.

Beckett has been on the stand-up scene for around ten years, and talking about his future career, he said: “I want to do stand-up forever; I’d love to fill my local, the O2.

“It would be a dream of mine to have that many people in one place coming to see me. That would be amazing.

“I love hosting and presenting TV, and I’d really love to have a chat show later on in my career when I’ve calmed down a bit.

“I don’t think I’d get that much out of the guests at this point, but later on when I’m a bit more tired, I think I’d be a good chat-show host.”

For more information about Wallop and tickets visit or call the box office on 01722 434434.