Four-star comedy in Stevenage
JESTERLARF Comedy Club returns with its monthly offering on Saturday as Irish comic Neil Dougan headlines a four-strong bill.
Rarely seen outside of his native Northern Ireland, Dougan visits Stevenage’s the Gordon Craig Theatre fresh from touring alongside Patrick Keilty.
Joining him is Black Country funnyman Sean Percival, who rips into safe, middle class, political correctness with aplomb, while music off-the wall double act Brian Damage & Krysstal as they blend music with dead pan comedy and silliness.
Compere for the show comes in the form of Kevin McCarthy, who’s been the warm-up for Jools Holland’s Later for the last 10 years.
Tickets for the 8.30pm show in the intimate surroundings of the Ellen Terry Studio cost �12.50.
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A meal and show option is also available for �22.45, with food served between 7pm and 7.45pm.
Visit www.jesterlark.co.uk for more information or call 01438 363200 to book.
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