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Lee Evans is an English stand-up comedian and actor. He has become very well-known, both in Britain and abroad.

Lee Evans rose to fame during the 1990s in the U.K., becoming noted for his energetic on-stage performances and very physical, observational comedy. Order your Lee Evans Tickets online today for a hilarious stand-up comedy experience!

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Lee Evans is known for performing music skits at the end of every gig, most famed for his legendary visual performance of the lyrics to "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen. He acts out every lyric to the song in silence with the song playing as he does it, for example, during the line "Oh let me go! Go, Go, Go!", he runs around the stage, holding his crotch and pretending he needs the toilet. He has won multiple awards for this performance and it is seen as one of his best sketches by his fans. In addition to this, he also composes and performs his own comedic songs. Such songs have been performed on his XL tour, "Three Second Memory" and "Happy Go Lucky" during his Don't Try This at Home tour. A recurring gag will see Lee Evans start his songs with a high pitched note as if about to start an opera, and then proclaim to the audience, "I'm only kidding!" before continuing with his actual song.

One of the trademarks of Lee Evans' performances is his sweatiness; during most of his headlining performances, he will often have to take an intermission, during which he will change into a completely different suit. At the end of each half of his performances, he will usually be drenched in his own sweat. Many consider this a testament to his workmanship. A second trademark is "The Lee Evans Trio", which basically consists of him on a bare stage and spotlight miming playing music to a recording of instruments; the spotlight goes out, to be lit in another location where Lee Evans has moved during the blackout and is now miming playing a different instrument. He does this three times, with a drum kit, bass cello and piano.

Lee Evans also appears regularly on stage, including an appearance as "Clov" in the West End play Endgame, in late 2004. He performed as Leo Bloom in Mel Brooks' musical, The Producers, and toured once again in 2005. In November 2005, Lee Evans broke the world record for a solo act performing to the biggest comedy audience playing to 10,108 people at the Manchester Evening News Arena.