Hunter has embarked on a 45-date tour of the UK called The Man who Attempted to do as Much as Such after a hugely successful year filming and performing around the globe, and he will be at the Corn Exchange on May 2. Having appeared at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and Sydney Opera House Gala in Australia early in 2014, Hunter then made his debut in New Zealand at the Comedy Festival Opening Gala before going on to appear in Auckland and Wellington. He then moved closer to home with his first tour of mainland Europe before travelling back to his birthplace in America to film Reginald D Hunters Songs Of The South - a three-part BBC Two series documenting his epic road trip from North Carolina to New Orleans through 150 years of American popular song. The comedian has been in the UK for just under two decades and in that time he has become one of the industrys best-known performers. His work often crosses lines others fear to tread with a distinctive take on subjects including race and sexuality. His work is brutally honest and considered controversial, but Hunter argues that it is always meticulously thought-out and he has never been afraid to face challenging issues head-on, even when the focus is on his own principles or beliefs. Hunter is a well-known face on television and is a regular on shows such as 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, QI and Have I Got News For You. The Hunts Post has a pair of tickets to the show to give away. To stand a chance of winning, just tell us the name of the documentary which features Hunters road trip. Answers on a postcard or sealed envelope to The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB. Alternatively, email your answers to email@example.com. The closing date for entries is Wednesday, April 15. Please include your daytime telephone number. INFORMATION: Show starts at 8pm. Tickets cost £26.50. To book, call the box office on 01223 357851 or visit www.cornex.co.uk.