'Juplicity' has been billed as a "pun-loving stand-up, poetry and music show", so you know it's going to be eclectic.
"I have a lot of material to choose from for this tour," says Phill. "The thing that really works for me is that I support myself as Porky The Poet, so he goes out and does 40 minutes to start the evening."
"As a comedian, you are a person in a society within the world; all you have to do is look at things and shift your camera angle. All comedians can do is put a wider lens on a situation so that it resonates with people."
The move into large-scale musicals came as a surprise to Phill, but something he fell into due to the Intros round on 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks.
Phill says: "My agent phoned up and said, 'there's a casting director in the West End who wants to talk to you about being Count Fosco in The Woman In White'," says Phill. "I was like, 'what! I don't sing!' 'Well, they think you do'.
Phil adds: "Turns out they'd seen me do the intros round on Buzzcocks and felt I could hold a tune. So I took some training and auditioned and they said, 'maybe not this time, but do you want to be Wilbur in Hairspray?' I went to see it and even though I'm watching Mel Smith as Wilbur thinking, 'yeah I could do that', I kept looking at Michael Ball as Edna and thinking, 'that looks like a lot of fun'."