Comedian Les Dennis has revealed he will return to his home town for his stag weekend.
The actor is set to marry Claire Nicholson later this year in London, but revealed to the Liverpool Echo that he will head back north for the stag party.
"I feel too old for a stag weekend, but my friends are insisting - and as long as it is in Liverpool, I do not mind," the 55-year-old told the newspaper.
He explained the event has been left in the hands of Pete Prince and Colin McKeown after he was told in no uncertain terms that he would not be allowed to stay at his sisters after the party.
The star is set to appear in the Empire Theatre's production of Peter Pan over the Christmas period, playing both a nanny and a cook.
It will be Dennis' third time tying the knot, after previous marriages to Lynne Webster and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.
As well as his comedy appearances, the star is also known for his roles in Brookside, Casualty and Crossroads.