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Stand-up Comedy in Bishops Stortford
Fri 3 February 2017, 19:15 – 23:15 GMT
A brilliant evening of fabulous stand-up comedy featuring four professional comedians hot off the UK comedy circuit. Prepare to be entertained.
Nick Page used to front a proper show on the BBC and everything, but obviously messed that up through living like an idiot for most of his 30’s. He does voiceover work, and radio, and has written articles and a book (which is still being argued about by publisher and lawyer, due to a vengeful ex-wife).
Nick works in comedy clubs all over the UK circuit and the world – you know, stuff for ex-pats, the military, posh people who can afford a comic at a private party, dodgy people who live on caravan parks. Anywhere with a microphone and an audience (and a chequebook). He tells stories about how he messed up his life, stories with punchlines. Like Jokes really. But true. Trueish anyway.
Nick is ably supported by mental magician Wayne the Weird whose mix of stand-up comedy interspersed with mind boggling magic tricks and the odd dash of crass stupidity makes him a firm favourite with Flock Comedy audiences.
On the bill we also have Rob Coleman and Jane Hill both of whom will ensure an evening of mirth and merriment.
This evening will be the perfect answer to the question, "What will I buy my partner as a Valentine's gift?" and has been strategically scheduled to avoid "Dry January" as bar sales will add to the coffers.
This event is a fundraiser for the PTA of St Michaels' Primary School.
Tickets may be bought online on eventbrite for a fee but also from Nicky Bentley and other members of the PTA.