POLICE officer-turned-comic Alfie Moore is back on the comedy case and the trail will take him to Warrington later this year.

Alfie, who spent 18 years with Humberside constabulary before pursuing stand-up, will be sharing anecdotes from his career and personal insights of his life on the frontline of police work at the Pyramid on October 26.

Since becoming a comedian, Alfie has caught the eye of David Mitchell who described him as ‘genuinely hilarious’ and he has supported the likes of Sarah Millican, Russell Kane and Milton Jones.

Becki Mundy, from Pyramid and Parr Hall, said: “The star of BBC Radio 4 comedy It’s a Fair Cop is inviting the people of Warrington to relive with him the thrilling ups and downs of the night a mysterious clown came to town and more than one life ended up in the balance.

“It was no laughing matter, but this show certainly is.”

Alfie’s previous tours include The Naked Stun – the story of him tracking down a serial flasher – and Getting Away With Murder about the art and science of murder investigation. He has also appeared at the Edinburgh Festival.

n Tickets for the show cost £15 and are on sale now. Visit pyramid.culture warrington.org or call 442345.