Allington

Lincolnshire

Comedy Night 24 October @Allington

After appearing at the festivals and shows around the world three professional comedians will find themselves in Allington village hall on Saturday 24th October.

Johnny Awsum has been a regular at the Edinburgh Fringe for several years and continues to play to packed audiences. He is joined by Dominic Woodward and Anthony King, both highly regarded performers. Together they will provide a side splitting evening of entertainment.

Tickets are available from Allington Shop and The Welby Arms at a cost of £10. You can also buy them online for £11 – just follow the link below. Unsold tickets will be available on the door at £12.

This event is promoted by Allington Playing Field Fundraisers and all proceeds will go towards improving that facility.

Unsuitable for persons under the age of 16.

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Comedy Night 24 October @Allington

Johnny Awsum

Jonny Awsum exploded onto the professional comedy scene with a crowd-pleasing set that’s seen him perform his special feel-good brand of musical comedy around the world. He’s a comedic whirlwind, and has risen quickly from a fresh faced newbie to a highly sought after headline act.

Audience members don’t just leave entertained, they leave as fans.

Comedy Night 24 October @Allington

Dominic Woodward

Dominic Woodward started comedy young and wide eyed back in 2001, with over 14 years experience on the UK circuit he’s a safe pair of hands. He’s cheeky, charming, full of energy and hilarious.

Now married with a mortgage, Dominic weaves side-splitting stories about his life and tells belly aching jokes that hit the mark with all audiences. There’s a naughty twinkle in his eyes but his act is warm, personal and inoffensive. He too performs in comedy clubs all over the UK and abroad.

Comedy Night 24 October @Allington

Anthony King

Anthony King has a wealth of experience on the national comedy circuit, with over 20 years of gigs in top U.K. clubs, in Theatres, Arts Centres and at Festivals. His unique dead-pan style was honed in the early 90’s in London before the circuit expanded to what it is today. He’s as at home with a quiet listening audience as he is in the bustle of a rowdy club and has a set full of punchlines.

2 thoughts on “Comedy Night 24 October @Allington”

  1. Hello

    What time does the show actually start. On the ticket it says 7 but is this the time the doors open? Please let me know.
    Many thanks
    Anne

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