Jesters stand up for a lark
COMEDY is winging its way to Biggleswade as Jesterlarf Comedy Club comes to the Weatherly Centre. The award-winning club is hosting a stand-up showcase, transforming the venue into an authentic comedy club for the evening. There will be a fully licensed b
COMEDY is winging its way to Biggleswade as Jesterlarf Comedy Club comes to the Weatherly Centre.
The award-winning club is hosting a stand-up showcase, transforming the venue into an authentic comedy club for the evening.
There will be a fully licensed bar and three fine comedy acts from the comedy circuit.
Gina Yashere who will be recognised for her stint on the Lenny Henry Show and Celebrity Fame Academy, where her singing was truly awful but her comedy was highly sought after will be there. Martin Coyote, a regular at the Comedy Store in London, and Chris Gilbert who is resident compare at Leicester Square's Big Night Out will also be starring.
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Call 01223 357851 for tickets and more information.
Doors open at 7pm.
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M DARREL Higham and The Enforcers will be playing modern and classic rock 'n' roll at The King Creole Rock 'n' Roll Club in Biggleswade on Friday.
Backed by the Timeshift Record Hop, tickets are £6 for adults, (children aged 12-15 £3 and under 12 free).
The performance at the Working Mens Club begin at 7.15pm.