Win tickets to comedy night in Eaton Socon

TWO fantastic nights of stand-up comedy in aid of charity is on offer in Eaton Socon and we have tickets to be won.

TWO fantastic nights of stand-up comedy in aid of charity is on offer in Eaton Socon and we have tickets to be won.

Jesterlarf Comedy Club is bringing top-class comedians to the Millers Arms on Friday, October 15 and Friday, November 19.

The first show features surreal Welsh comic Noel James who will be delivering a rich diet of puns and bizarre flights of fancy in a funny and shambolic manner.

Also taking to the stage will be Duncan Oakley to perform an infectious mix of musical comedy and stand-up with an eye for the irritating occurrences of life.

Hosts for the evening will be Brian Damage and Krysstal.

Proceeds will go to the Teenager Cancer Trust.

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For the November show the audience will be treated to a performance by Seann Walsh who is starring on BBC One’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. Seann will headline the show with his off-beat story telling style of comedy.

On the same evening comedy circuit veteran and London Palladium performer, Otiz Cannelloni will entertain with his Tommy Cooper style jokes and Australian Matt Grantham will showcase his hilarious deadpan observational humour.

Proceeds from the evening will go to Children in Need.

To be in with a chance of winning tickets to see the Jesterlarf Comedy Club in Eaton Socon on November 19, just tell us the name of the venue where the shows are being held.

Send your answer on a postcard or sealed envelope to: Jesterlarf Comedy Club competition, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB.

Entries should include your name, address and a daytime telephone number and reach us by Friday, October 22.

Usual Archant competition rules apply.

INFORMATION: The shows start at 8.30pm with the mean being served from 7pm to 8pm. Tickets cost �17.50 per person or �10 excluding food and are available in advance from the Millers Arms on 01480 405965. To find out more, visit

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