TV presenter and stand-up comedian Mark Dolan is to perform at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards Presentation Evening, organisers revealed this week.
Belly laughs are guaranteed when Dolan – the presenter of Channel 4’s “Balls of Steel” – takes to the stage at Burgess Hall, St Ives, on November 19.
The 41-year-old, from London, has also appeared on The World’s and Me, The Last Word and Sky TV’s flagship movie show 35mm, where he was host presenter for five years.
He burst onto the comedy scene in 2000, after making the finals of Channel 4 talent show “So You Think You’re Funny” and has never looked back.
The father-of-two is also a writer and has presented radio shows for BBC London and LBC.
Iain Johnson, from Premio64, the organisers behind the awards said: “The Digital Awards family has a bit of a reputation for booking hilarious comedians and we’re delighted to have Mark returning to our Awards stage, he’s a funny man.
“It’s going to be a fantastic night”.
Tickets are still available for the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards Presentation Evening, which includes an arrival drink, 2-course meal, 1/3 bottle of win per person and presentation of Gold, Silver and Bronze awards to businesses, schools and charities from across the county.
To book visit http://cda2015.eventbrite.co.uk
The CDA – which is backed by SuitRecruit, Lexus Cambridge, Cambridge News, Connecting Cambridgeshire, the Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership, Capricorn Media, Noise PR and designsixtyfour.com – is the first and only awards scheme of it’s kind in the county to solely recognise online work.