FROM singing to comedy and improv, Rob Brydon brought his wealth of talent to Salisbury’s City Hall last week.

For one night only audience members were taken on a journey of Brydon’s life and performance career, made hilarious through captivating anecdotes and amusing song choices, aided by a phenomenal live band.

Telling tales of times with Steve Coogan, Ruth Jones and Tom Jones, singing nostalgic musical hits and writing a song about a member of the audience from thin air, Brydon has a charming ability to keep fans hooked in a clever, creative fusion of stand-up and song.

And of course no Brydon gig would be complete without paying homage to Uncle Bryn, the show ending with Islands in the Stream and the TV-star donning a beige cardigan.