Triple helping of comedy on the menu in Baldock, Hitchin and Letchworth

16:31 05 June 2014

Nick Revell is bringing his unique brand of comedy to Baldock, Hitchin and Letchworth this weekend

Nick Revell is bringing his unique brand of comedy to Baldock, Hitchin and Letchworth this weekend

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A healthy slice of comedy is on the menu this weekend.

The Lastminute Comedy Club returns to the Woodside Hall in Hitchin tomorrow (Friday), the Letchworth Arts Centre on Leys Avenue on Saturday and The Orange Tree in Baldock on Sunday with two stand-ups on the bill.

Nick Revell has reinvented himself as a quick-witted satirist since withdrawing from the comedy circuit a decade ago, and he will be supported by emerging talent Luke Benson.

All shows are hosted by Paul B Edwards and begin at 8.30pm with doors opening an hour earlier.

Entrance is £10 to the Friday and Saturday shows and £8 on Sunday. Advance tickets are available for the Letchworth show online at www.letchwortharts.org or by calling 01462 670788 from Monday to Friday. Otherwise it’s pay on the door. More information can be found at www.lastminutecomedy.com

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