Comic escape to Hitchin
GET ready to laugh your socks off at the Hitchin Comedy Club as three talented comics get together for a night of side-splitting stand up. Nick Page – presenter of the BBC s Escape to the Country – turned professional four months after his first open mic
GET ready to laugh your socks off at the Hitchin Comedy Club as three talented comics get together for a night of side-splitting stand up.
Nick Page - presenter of the BBC's Escape to the Country - turned professional four months after his first open mic night and now performs all over the country.
A mixture of storytelling and cynical observation, Nick draws on his own experiences to get people giggling.
Joining Nick is rock 'n' roll poet and comic genius, Paul B Edwards, who looks set to go down a storm with his combination of jokes, songs and poetry.
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Paul, who has appeared on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast, is well-known for his sing-along songs and audience participation and even has a moving tribute to Hitchin up his sleeve.
To complete the set, Alex Horne will be unleashing his sharp wit and twisted logic on a captive audience.
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- 9 Is the era of face-to-face GP appointments over in Hertfordshire?
- 10 Bringing home the bacon: Martyn's joy at Radio 1 rasher fame
Alex currently appears in the top comedy clubs, pubs and theatres all over Britain including Jongleurs, The Comedy Store and the West End's Soho Theatre.
This laughter-packed night takes place tomorrow (Friday) at the Woodside Theatre, Hitchin and tickets are £8 or £6 for members.
Doors open at 7.30 and the show starts at 8.30.