Jim Davidson is not one to mince his words, and the comedian is at it again ahead of his gig in Scotland tonight.
The comedian, who will be heading to Torquay’s Princess Theatre in August, took to social media to share with his followers that he was less than impressed with the venue he is due to perform at tonight.
He said on Twitter: Just arrived at the Whitehall Theatre in Dundee.
“Not a poster in sight no fliers and a A frame outside advertising another show.
“Of 45 gigs sold out this one of the 3 that didn’t. I am back at the hotel. Why should I bother.? No wonder it went skint a few years back.”
Following his rant on Twitter, his fans backed his viewers with supportive messages.
One responded: “Thats disgusting. Surely all the people who booked last time will be there though. Dundee are missing a great night seeing you”
Another said: “What a bunch of no good remoaners!”
One fan tweeted: Didn’t know you were there or I would’ve had tickets. Shocking lack of advertising”
This isn’t the first time that the comedian has been upset with the venue he’s performing at.
Not content with angering Exeter after he cancelled his show at the last minute last year – he also hit out at another a venue in Cornwall in August 2018.
The divisive cockney comic, who shot to fame in the 1970s, performed at the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth.
And at the time the facilities at the venue weren’t up to scratch for Davidson, who vented his frustrations in a series of expletive-laden tweets littered with typos.
He said: “Just arrived at the theatre in Falmouth. Not got a clue. Doing the show with working lights. F*ck this!!!!!people deserve better.”
He is due to play at the Regal Cinema in Redruth on November 6 and you can buy tickets here