WILD-HAIRED pun-slinger Milton Jones is promising more gloriously daft nonsense when he visits Warrington next year.

The Milton: Impossible tour and the 55-year-old’s one-man mission to rule the stage will reach the Parr Hall on February 19.

The London stand-up will reveal the ‘truth’ about becoming an international spy, before being given a disappointing new identity which forces him to appear on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo.

But this is also a love story with a twist – or even a really bad sprain.

Milton, a comedian best known for one-liners and his mapcap style, had his big break when he won the Perrier award for best newcomer in 1996.

He now has various shows on BBC Radio 4 and is a recurring guest panellist on Mock the Week.

Milton, a regular performer at the Comedy Store in Manchester and London, also scooped silver in the ‘Best Comedy’ category at the 30th Sony Radio Academy Awards.

The dad-of-three is a writer on the side and in 2009 he released the partly surreal, partly biographical Where Do Comedians Go When They Die?

He has also penned two books based on his Christian faith, 10 Second Sermons and Even More Concise 10 Second Sermons.

Milton Jones presents Milton: Impossible at the Parr Hall on February 19. Tickets are on sale now.

Visit parrhall.culturewarrington.org or call the box office on 442345.