"This was a spectacular show that left the audience breathless with laughter" Nottingham Post
JULIAN'S LOOKING FOR LOVE...AGAIN!
Position Vacant: Apply Within is Julian Clary's inimitable night of camp comedy. It climaxes with the
national treasure and winner of Celebrity Big Brother marrying a member of the audience live on stage.
The ceremony also involves confetti, a member of the clergy, and bridesmaids. And more besides.
end Clary shows that there is still some satirical edge to a proudly gay man staging his own mock wedding"
(Dominic Maxwell, The Times).
One of Julian Clary's most successful shows in more than 30 years as the UK's best-loved purveyor of
saucy innuendo, Position Vacant: Apply Within toured to sold-out houses throughout the country in the
Autumn of 2012. It's back by public demand in Spring 2013.
"Once again", says Julian, "there's bound to be
stiff competition for my hand. That's why I'll be hosting ruthless elimination games. But you can be sure of
one thing. By the end of the evening, we'll all be celebrating my new partnership."
Tony Glynn of the North
Devon Journal said of the opening night, "It's all a good laugh, but at the heart of all this mirth is a powerful
At the age of 53 ("In gay years that's 371", he claims) Julian Clary remains one of the UK's busiest writers
and performers on stage and screen. In 2012 he guested on such TV favourites as Would I Lie to You?, Q.I.
and Live at the Apollo. He remains a regular panellist on radio's Just a Minute and stars each Christmas in
one of the country's biggest pantos. For the 2012-13 season he headlines with Nigel Havers and Lee Mead
in Jack and the Beanstalk at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. He's also a best-selling novelist. His
third book, Briefs Encountered, was published last March to unanimous praise.
Julian's previous tour, Lord of the Mince, was so successful that it played for 140 dates across the UK,
Australia and New Zealand and was then recorded for DVD. "The audience – gay, straight, young, old –
loved Clary and it was easy to understand why", said Bruce Dessau in the Evening Standard.
"Still an incredibly funny stand-up comedian" (What's On Stage, October 2012)
"A flippin' national treasure" (Time Out, November 2012)
"Is he gay? I'm not sure" (Comment on YouTube, 2011)