Gala show will feature Henning Wehn with his crash course in German comedy

PUBLISHED: 14:59 08 December 2017

Henning Wehn

Henning Wehn

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The Jesterlarf Comedy Club is hosting a gala show at the Burgess Hall, in St Ives, next year and tickets are available now.

Henning Wehn will headline the show, which celebrates the 15th birthday of Jesterlarf, and takes place on February 23.

German comedy ambassador Wehn has spent more than a decade in Britain and the audience can expect a crash course and diplomatic master class in personal accountability, wonderment at the foibles of British society and have a right old laugh at the same time.

Support comes from Tom Ward, one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy circuit. A finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award and voted club comic of the year with a hilarious spaced-out, sometimes poetic sideways take on the world.

Plus Stefano Paolini an incredible beat-boxer and deft stand-up comedian who combines both to deliver an original, playful and hilarious look at life as a second generation Italian immigrant and the culture clash between himself and his quirky family life and parents.

Compere for the show is the charismatic Jonathan Mayor with his marvellously wicked sense of humour who brings a touch of glitz and glamour to the stage.

The show starts at 8pm and tickets are tickets are £15 and available online at: or the Burgess Hall box office on 01480 388 111.

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