More Lancashire dates have been announced for Katie Hopkins' comedy show ‘Live, Laugh, Love’.

Katie, best known for appearing on The Apprentice and Celebrity Big Brother, is bringing her show to The Joe Longthorne theatre in Blackpool, on May 13 and October 14.

The show is also coming to Blackburn’s Empire Theatre on October 15.

The comedy show is said to 'tell stories and anecdotes from throughout her TV and media career, setting the record straight on what was said, and not said, as she lays waste to her critics with the power of laughter'.

The show’s description says: “Katie Hopkins is best known as the Apprentice who fired Lord Sugar.

"She’s bold, she’s brave and she’s funny. Having recently survived traumatic brain surgery, she says she has been given the gift of extra time.

“A trained economist, Katie was sponsored through Exeter University by the Intelligence Corps and has completed marathons on every continent.

“Her arm muscles even have their own Instagram page.

“Outspoken and opinionated, Katie is the perfect night out if you want to laugh at ‘the insanity of our lefty world . . . while we still can’.

“She’s not PC but totally [funny].

“Watch her mercilessly ridicule everyone from politicians to celebrities in a show dripping with one-liners and acerbic put-downs of the ‘so-called great and good’.

“If you’re expecting a night of ‘hate speech’ you’ll be disappointed; this is about loving, about living and, most of all, about laughing.”

Since details about her upcoming Lancashire dates were revealed, many people have take to social media to share their opinion.

While some are looking forward to the show others have expressed anger and disappointment.

One person said: “Let her come and do her show, I for one find her extremely entertaining as she epitomises the right-wing and the general failure that they are.”

Another said: “I really don't get the outrage.”

A third person said: “I don’t see this selling well. I’ve no thoughts on her but I know there are a lot of people that that don’t like her.”

“I can’t even begin to express my disappointment in this,” said another.