Comedy club with hotly tipped stars Suzi Ruffle and Sean Mcoughlin comes to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this month
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To welcome 2016 with laughter, head to King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s comedy club night – the first of which takes place next Thursday!
Starting the night off will be Funmbi Omotayo, who recently performed on The John Bishop Show and was a regular guest on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Now!.
His show will discuss his childhood travels, from London to Lagos and back again, highlighting the hilarious stories that have come from him feeling like a fish out of water.
Next up is Sean Mcoughlin, who’s effortless and hilarious delivery – cleverly honed thanks to support slots on Katherine Ryan and Doc Brown’s tours - makes him one of the hottest stand-up comedians around.
Then, Geoff Norcut, who landed a writing job on the Sarah Millican Television Programme and had a sitcom commissioned for Radio 4 – with makers of The Inbetweeners, Bwark Productions - will perform.
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Closing the night will be Suzi Ruffell. Fresh from supporting Alan Carr, Josh Widdicombe and Kevin Bridges on sold-out tours, she’s currently on the road with her hotly-anticipated second show Social Chameleon.
Tickets for the comedy club, which takes place on Thursday January 21, cost £9.50 and are available from www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk or by calling the box office on 01553 764 864.
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Doors 7.45pm, comedy starts 8.45pm.