Leverington Social Club to host third night of comedy

PUBLISHED: 10:34 19 June 2017

Leverington Social Club to host third night of comedy

Leverington Social Club to host third night of comedy

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“A night of fantastic comedy” is coming to Leverington Social Club this Saturday, June 24.

It is the club’s third comedy night with four acts from the country performing. Compere Lewis Bryan hosts the evening, followed by Alan Francis and Glenn Moore before Dougie Dunlop headlines.

“With the club and bar open from noon with sports on the large screen TV, a live cricket match outside, you are welcome to come enjoy the facilities beforehand,” said a spokesman for the club.

“The evening normally finishes around 11, with the bar open until midnight.”

Tickets cost £10 each and are available from the club or pay on the door. To reserve a ticket call or text 07860 391891.

The event will start at 8pm.

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