A well-known comedian has postponed his Glasgow show this weekend.

English funnyman Tom Davis was set to perform at Oran Mor in the West End on Saturday, May 25.

However, the 45-year-old star took to social media on Wednesday, May 22, to reveal he has had to postpone his shows in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, and Edinburgh this week.

In the post, the comic said he had taken the decision to halt his shows due to a family illness.

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Tim - who is also an actor - is best known for his role as DI Sleet in the BBC Three comedy Murder in Successville, and as Gary King in the sitcom King Gary.

Announcing the cancellations of his shows this week, the comic said a new date for them will be issued as soon as possible.

However, those who can't make the new date can request a full refund for their ticket.

In the Instagram post, he said: "I'm so sorry but due to family illness, I have had to postpone my shows this week in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Dundee.

"Your point of purchase will be in touch regarding the new date as soon as possible and all tickets will remain valid for the new date.

"Please contact the ticket seller to request a refund.

"Apologies and big love, TD."