Dunmow Comedy Club opens its new season

PUBLISHED: 17:48 06 September 2017

Andrew Bird is appearing at Dunmow Comedy Club

Andrew Bird is appearing at Dunmow Comedy Club

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Dunmow Comedy Club opens its new season at Dunmow Arts Centre on Friday, September 8 with three comics including television warm up men Andrew Bird and Maff Brown and Mark Simons. who has been supporting Sean Walsh and Rob Beckett on their national tours as well as working with Michael MacIntyre and Jack Dee.

The sell-out monthly club nights were started in 2014 by Paddy Lennox who runs The Laughing Bishops Comedy Club in Bishop’s Stortford and is himself a regular at The

Comedy Store London. Paddy works all the UK comedy clubs and internationally. He has just spent 10 days on a comedy tour of Dubai with The Laughter Factory.

Doors 7,30pm, the show runs from 8.30pm to 10.30pm at The Arts Centre (Dunmow) 1 Haslers Lane Great Dunmow Essex CM6 1XS

Over 18s only. Tickets, £12.50 on the door or £11 from www.wegottickets.com/paddylennox.

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