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A Feast Of Comedy

aberystwyth eventsWell well well!

Do we have a feast of comedy delights for you at Aberystwyth Arts Centre in the next couple of months.

So for those of you who have some spare change lying round, and want to be laughed into submission, here is what’s coming up:

October 22nd – Julian Clary: The Lord Of Mince

With tickets from £18, this smut filled show will have you laughing from start to finish with double entendres and witty banter. After delighting crowds in New Zealand and Australia, Julian has decided to bring his latest show to Britain before in his words ‘they put him in the knackers’ yard.

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October 26th – Mark Watson: Live

A regular favourite with the BBC, appearing on Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and hosting his own radio show on Radio 4, Mark Watson brings his unique style of distinctive comedy to Aberystwyth Arts Centre with what is being described as the Welshman’s funniest show yet. Tickets are £16.50.

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November 3rd – Rich Hall: Live

A favourite at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Rich Hall’s unique brand of satire, and his unique ability to laugh at his own kind has made him a popular face in Aberystwyth. His dead pan humour, and fondness of laying into American life with absurd irony make this show a real barrel of laughs. Tickets cost £15.

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November 11th – Jethro: Too Late To Grow Up

Cornish country bumpkin Jethro has been plying his trade for 35 years, managing to pull in the crowds up and down the country. This show really is for those of you who want to die laughing. Tickets come in at a great value £18

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November 14th – David Lloyd: Start The Car! Bumble Takes To The Road

Former Lancashire and England cricketer David Lloyd, aka ‘Bumble’ is a popular after dinner speaker and well known cricket commentator with Sky Sports and the Daily Mail. This tour sees him in conversation with Peter Hayter, with tickets starting at £16.50.

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