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  Funhouse Comedy returns to Bartons, Chilwell, Nottingham on Saturday April 7th for a laughter-packed night of fun.   Headlining is comedian, actor, writer, BBC Radio presenter and juggler Steve Royle. He spent many years as the court jester at Camelot theme park and has supported Peter Kay and Dave Spikey on tour.


  Funhouse Comedy Club is back at the Gate Inn, Sutton cum Lound near Retford on Sunday April 1st for more fun and laughter.   Headlining is the congenial and unassuming Mark Simmons who has supported Seann Walsh and Rob Beckett on tour. With his clever one-liners, amusingly intelligent material and warm disposition

Funhouse Comedy – West Bridgford July 30th

  Funhouse Comedy Club returns to David Lloyd, West Bridgford, on Saturday July 30th for more fun and laughter. Headlining the night is comedian, writer, radio broadcaster and TV presenter Nick Page, runner-up in The English Comedian of The Year 2016. Often recognised as a previous presenter of BBC property programme ‘Escape

Christmas Special Comedy night at Bartons, Chilwell, Nottingham

Funhouse Comedy brings a Christmas Special line-up to Bartons, Chilwell, Nottingham on Saturday December 6th. Headlining is the hilarious Ivan Brackenbury. With his tales of being a hospital Radio DJ, his poorly judged dedications, come thick, fast and funny. The pregnant pauses, as he decides which song to select

Funhouse Comedy Listings, Mansfield

Sat March 1st Funhouse Comedy Club STEVE ROYLE MARK ROUGH Compere Ben Murray     Doors 7.30pm Meal 8.00pm Show 9pm     £10 adv includes meal (meat or vegetarian sharing platter)   Info and tickets   Fairways 219 Leeming Lane North Mansfield Woodhouse Notts NG19 9EU 01623 625638

Comedy night at Bartons, Chilwell, Nottingham

Funhouse Comedy is back at Bartons in Chilwell, Nottingham on Saturday May 11th for another laughter-packed night.   Headlining is Irish comedian and actor Paddy Lennox. With his laugh-a-minute gags his gentle Irish lilt belies a mischievous sense of humour, leaving his audience wishing for more. Support comes from is the sharp and