Prepare for an evening of laughter at February’s King’s Lynn Corn Exchange comedy club

Ben Norris.

Ben Norris. - Credit: Archant

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange’s comedy club continues its spring season this month, with four comedians set to take to the stage.

Paul Ricketts.

Paul Ricketts. - Credit: Archant

First up is Rich Wilson, who began his comedy career in 2004 after comedian Rob Rouse told him: “You’d make a great comic. Go out there and experience the fear for yourself.”

Wilson was given his first spot at Kill For A Seat comedy club in Oxford. Since then he has gone from strength to strength.

A Corn Exchange spokesman said: “With his warm, likeable manner and his ability to win over the rowdiest of audiences, you are guaranteed an evening of exceptional entertainment.”

Ben Norris is one of the most sought after acts on the circuit and has developed a reputation for his ability to work an audience and think fast on his feet.

Colin Cole.

Colin Cole. - Credit: Archant

He presented MTV’s Hot for a successful run, has performed sets for The Stand Up Show BBC and appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

Paul Ricketts is an award-winning comic who, since 2005, has been entertaining audiences across the UK and beyond.

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Since starting as an MC in his own London Comedy Club, he has developed into a much sought after performer on the comedy circuit.

His intelligent humour focuses not only on sharp observations from life, but also racial, cultural and satirical subjects, intermingled with strange tales of ordinary madness.

Rich Wilson.

Rich Wilson. - Credit: Archant

Finally, Colin Cole is one of the biggest names in comedy in Australia. Not only is he 6ft 7in, he is also known for his hugely dynamic performance.

His delivery is fast and furious and his material ranges from the topical to the observational.

The comedy club night is Thursday, February 26. Doors open at 7.45pm, with comedy from 8.45pm.

Tickets cost £9.50. The show is for adults only. To purchase, contact the box office on 01553 764864.

(Line-up is subject to change.)

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