Original scripts and a photo of the cast and crew of the hit comedy show 'Phoenix Nights' are among the items and props set to go under the hammer.

Props used in the Peter Kay Channel sitcom are set to go up for auction.

It comes just months after a similar auction of Phoenix Nights memorabilia with fans bidding more than £21k for a piece of television history.

The show, which aired on Channel 4 in the early 2000s, followed working man’s club owner Brian Potter (played by Kay), who is determined to make his club the most popular of its kind in Bolton.

Now, 23 years since the first series, Warren & Wignall will  again auction more than 20 lots of props and memorabilia from the programme.

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Items on offer at the auction house, which has been established for more than 50 years, include original sketches and watercolours depicting Kay’s Potter, posters used in filming, and original scripts from the series.

Additionally, a crumbled Kamikaze can used in the filming of the second series will be up for auction, as well as a photo of the original cast and crew from the series.

The auction comes just four months after other memorabilia from the show, and its spin off ‘Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere’, fetched more than £21,000 at the auction house.

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Those looking to purchase a piece of the show can do so from 10am on Wednesday, May 22, when the Leyland-based auctioneers will put the items up for sale.

Viewings of the items will take place from 9am to 5pm the day before the auction, on Tuesday, May 21.

A spokesperson for Warren and Wignall auctioneers said: “Following the successful sale in January of Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights and Max and Paddy's props and memorabilia, which grossed over £21,000, we were contacted by a lady who previously worked in their graphics department and has a collection of further interesting items, which we are excited to be offering for sale on 22nd May.”

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