ALI G and Ozzy Osbourne take to the stage at the Albert Halls on Tuesday night. But is it really them or The Grumbleweeds in disguise?

TV stars of the 70s and 80s, musical comedy combo The Grumbleweeds are back with an explosive two-hour Albert Halls show that comes in two very different halves.

The first half is unplanned, while the second half features some impromptu sketches and a few guest appearances.

Robin Colvill and Graham Walker formed the group in Yorkshire in 1962 and made their first major breakthrough with the highly successful Radio 2 series, The Grumbleweeds Radio Show, which ran from 1979 to 1988, winning many prestigious awards.

The Grumbleweeds' new act includes music, comedy and hilarious impersonations of all the latest stars.

They maintain the enviable skill of being able to entertain an audience young and old.

One of the slickest comedy acts around, with four decades of experience, they continue - with Maurice Lee - to find new ways to entertain children and adults alike with their hilarious blend of music, comedy and impressions.

Stars of TV, radio and the stage, the guys visit Bolton as part of their extensive UK-wide tour.

Tickets are available at £11 and £12 on 01204 334400. The show starts at 7.30pm.