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March 28, 2020 Rye: Rye Community Centre

Doors open:
7.00
Show starts:
8.00
Pre book:
£17.50 Ticket and Vegetarian Meal / £10.00 Ticket only / £17.50 Ticket and Food
Venue:
Rye Community Centre

Featuring

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Rich Wilson - Headliner

Rich Wilson has loved comedy ever since his older next door neighbour gave him a cassette of Eddie Murphy-Delirious.“It was the most mind blowing thing I’d ever heard.My young ears had never heard language like it.”

His comedy aspirations lay dormant until he got a job as a barman at a comedy club in Greenwich,South London,called Up The Creek.

“It was the most amazing job ever.I was in awe of the comics that appeared every weekend.”

After getting friendly with a few of the comics,a couple of them suggested that he should give comedy a go himself and so in October of 2004, Rich took his first tentative steps out onto the comedy circuit. “I was booked to do five minutes and I managed about two and a half before I legged it. I’ve never known fear like it.”

Since then Rich hasn’t looked back. He is a regular at all the major comedy clubs up and down the country including Jongleurs,The Comedy Cafe and The Big Night Out. With Rich Wilson you are guaranteed a fantastic evening of top class entertainment.

“Highly entertaining”-Time Out.

“He’s a very very funny man”-Frank Skinner.

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Andrew Lawrence - Headliner

Andrew Lawrence is one of the most highly regarded, in demand comics in the UK.

He has won numerous awards, been on live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyres roadshow and made series for BBC Radio 4.

‘Andrew Lawrence has to be seen to be believed….formidably funny’ Time Out

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Kevin McCarthy - Compere

His experience and ability to connect to any audience is almost legendary. When it comes to any aspect of the comedy business he delivers, and delivers to an exceptionally high level.

“Haven’t seen such a talent in a very long time, if ever. Laughed till it hurt” Chortle