Curry's on the menu at Dunmow Comedy Club

PUBLISHED: 10:09 05 June 2014

Ola The Comedian is performing at the Dunmow Comedy Club

Ola The Comedian is performing at the Dunmow Comedy Club

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Dunmow's Comedy Club will be spiced up tomorrow night with new acts and a homemade curry to tickle the taste-buds.

Tony Cowards will be at the Dunmow Comedy Club tomorrow nightTony Cowards will be at the Dunmow Comedy Club tomorrow night

Audiences will be in for a treat with comics Stephen Carlin, Tony Cowards and Ola The Comedian on the bill. And for a bit of extra flavour they can have a chicken biryani, lentil dal with nan bread and chutney – homemade by the comic who started the club, Paddy Lennox.

Speaking about the new addition to the evening, Paddy said: “The things people love are comedy, beer, a curry and a great night out. For me, adding curry to the mix just makes a fantastic combination. I love making curry, my only worry is it will be too spicy as I have quite a hot pallet.”

Friday night’s show will be the last one at the Arts Centre, in Haslers Lane, until September. But Paddy has promised that there will be some incredible acts – including Ed Byrne – returning for next season.

“It has been such a success and word is getting to other comics – I have had some begging me to book them,” he added.

Stephen Carlin will be performing at the Dunmow Comedy Club tomorrow nightStephen Carlin will be performing at the Dunmow Comedy Club tomorrow night

“The past few months I have really got to know what type of comedian works well in Dunmow and I have had that in mind when booking up the acts for next season.”

The show will feature a mix of different comics. Stephen Carlin has appeared in Stewart Lee Presents The Ten Best Stand-ups in the World Ever, while new talent Ola The Comedian is in his early 20s but has already been on ITV4 and MTV Base.

Quick-fire joke teller Tony Cowards, who was described as “a beaut of a one-liner merchant” by Q Magazine and as a “Pun-osaurus” by List magazine, completes the line-up.

The show starts at 8.30pm and tickets cost £12.50. For anyone wanting to sample the curry, that will cost

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