Lastminutecomedy Club night show in Hitchin

PUBLISHED: 11:47 01 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:47 01 February 2018

The Lastminutecomedy Club returns to Woodside Hall, Hitchin, with Brian Higgins among the comedians set to appear

The Lastminutecomedy Club returns to Woodside Hall, Hitchin, with Brian Higgins among the comedians set to appear

Supplied by The Lastminutecomedy Club

Enjoy a good laugh at a monthly comedy club in Hitchin this week with three acts.

The Lastminutecomedy Club returns to Woodside Hall on Friday, February 2 with stand-up routines from Jonathan Elston, Radu Isac and Brian Higgins.

As usual, doors open at 7.30pm at the Walsworth Road venue, with the show starting an hour later at 8.30pm.

It’s £10 entry, or advance tickets £9 from Hitchin Initiative on 01462 453335, or by visiting their shop in The Churchyard during office hours.

• For more information visit www.lastminutecomedy.com

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