A TOP selling comedian will hit Brighton this winter as part of an extensive UK tour.

Jack Whitehall will play back to back dates in the city on December 10 and 11 as part of his nationwide “Stood Up” show.

Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10am.

The tour will see the 30-year-old comic perform at 13 arenas on 24 dates.

It will be Jack’s first stand-up tour since 2017’s “At Large”.

Whitehall has firmly established himself as one of the country’s best, and poshest, comedians.

His debut show “Learning Difficulties” received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe - which he managed to sell out three years running.

He is a regular figure on TV with acting roles in Fresh Meat and Bad Education as well as panel appearances in A League of Their Own.

He also became a chat show host with his BBC 2 series Backchat, which he co-hosted with his father, Michael.

The “Stood Up” tour will kick off in mid-November with two dates in Birmingham before ending just before Christmas at the Manchester Arena.

Three dates at the o2 Arena in London will also make up part of the tour.

Jack Whitehall was born in Westminster, London in 1988.

His father was a television producer and agent for the likes of Judi Dench, Colin Firth and Richard Griffiths.

Jack has made no secret of the fact that he was brought up in a well-off environment and often uses his “poshness” as a source of humour in his stand-up routines.

Across the multiple tours and appearances of television, Jack has cemented himself as one of the UK’s finest talents.