The blue comic spoke of his disappointment after the town hall said there was "no place" for the comedian on their programme. But the Grangetown comic believes the decision is because of the explicit content of his act. The controversial blue comic, real name Royston Vasey, has been criticised for sexist and racist jokes throughout his long career. Last year he was banned from playing at Newcastle City Hall - a decision which he compared to a divorce.
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Roy Chubby Brown hits out after being 'banned' from performing at Middlesbrough Town Hall
Roy Chubby Brown born Royston Vasey ;   3 February is an English stand-up comedian whose act consists of blue humour, a free speaking style and lack of concern for political correctness. Prior to his entertainment career, Vasey had a rough upbringing and left home at the age of fourteen, moving from job-to-job, eventually ending up imprisoned. Once released, he began his performing career alongside his cousins as a drummer in their band The Pipelines, who mainly featured at working men's clubs. The duo named themselves 'Alcock and Brown' , as they shared the same surnames of the pilots of the first transatlantic flight , therefore wearing goggles during their performance.
Readers reacted in force to comedian Roy Chubby Brown's claim that he had been banned from the new-look Middlesbrough Town Hall. Readers have resoundingly backed Roy Chubby Brown - and even led calls for a boycott of Middlesbrough Town Hall - as they reacted to news that the comedian would not be playing there. The Grangetown comic believes he has been stopped from appearing at the new look venue because his act is too saucy. Middlesbrough Council said the decision was simply based on the fact the programme for the recently relaunched theatre was full.