WHY is one person’s offence someone else’s humour, asks comedian Paul Chowdhry on his return to Leeds City Varieties on Thursday night.

Chowdhry,who played the Swan Street music hall in March, will tackle everything borderline within the human psyche in his PC’s World show. “PC may be my initials, but the relentless world I live in definitely isn’t,” he says. “Why has tackling the preconceptions of political correctness become so offensive?”

Expect answers from 8pm onwards from the 40-year-old Londoner, who has appeared on such television shows as Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats and BBC1’s Live At The Apollo. Chowdhry was a regular on series three and four of Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week before hosting the fifth series and he can be seen in the films Swinging With The Finkels, alongside Martin Freeman and Jerry Stiller, and Colour Me Kubrick with John Malkovich.

Tickets for Thursday are on sale at £15.60 online at cityvarieties.co.uk or on 0113 243 0808.