THE NAUGHTIEST puppets in the Big Apple are returning to the Alhambra Theatre to tell you all about their lives.

Comedy musical Avenue Q features the fuzzy friends and their human pals who all live in a tenement block in New York.

The show – at the Bradford Theatre from March 26-30, has had five years in the West End, sell-out runs worldwide and smash hit tours in 2014, 2015 and 2016, along with winning Tony Awards.

The blend of mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness was created by Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez, co-creator of Book of Mormon and writer of the songs for Disney’s Frozen.

Avenue Q is described as an irresistibly charming tale of the loveable characters on a downtown New York street trying to make sense of life’s burning issues.

Meet Princeton, a bright-eyed graduate who comes to New York City with big dreams and a tiny bank account.

He ends up living in the same block as puppets and humans, including: Brian the out-of-work comedian and his therapist fiancée Christmas Eve; Nicky the good-hearted slacker and his closet gay Republican roommate Rod; an Internet ‘sexpert’ called Trekkie Monster, and a very cute kindergarten teacher named Kate Monster.

A spokesman said: “Featuring hysterically funny songs including The Internet is for Porn and Everyone’s A Little Bit Racist, Avenue Q is a hilarious musical with a warm (and very fuzzy) heart.

“Hilarious, cheeky and uproariously entertaining, with a cast of 11 hugely talented performers and puppets, Avenue Q is the musical like no other.”

The show is suitable for audiences aged 14 and above.

Visit or call 01274 432000 to book tickets for Avenue Q.