Bumper Weekend of Comedy

Witton Albion Football Club
28th March 2014 - 29th March 2014

Following the success of the previous nights, the Roaring Laughter Comedy Club is planning a full weekend of comedy at Witton Albion FC in Northwich, bringing you 8 superb professional acts over 2 days!

Friday Night sees New Zealander SULLY O SULLIVAN headline at the club supported by DAMION LARKIN and PHIL CHAPMAN with Saturday Night seeing Bill Woolland take control of proceedings and 'Silky' the comedian will be headling, supported by Brennan Reece and Tony Simpson.

Doors open 7pm with the comedians start from 8:30 followed by a late night disco.

Tickets: £12 in advance, £15 on the door or £20 for both nights.

 

Location:

Witton Albion Football Club
Chapel Street
Wincham
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 6DA

Tel: 07515 265300

WWW: www.roaring-laughter.co.uk

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