laughtertrack - comedy whats on
October 30, 2008
Stephen K Amos plays The Concert Hall on Thursday, November 6.
The star (pictured right), who has appeared on Have I Got News For You, Live At The Appollo and the Royal Variety Performance, will start his Find Me The Funny show 8pm.
For tickets, call (0118) 960 6060 or log on to www. readingarts.com.
Don’t miss our exclusive interview in next week’s 24Seven.
Simon Day – a member of The Fast Show – is currently on his first ever solo stand-up tour, eschewing the comedy wigs, glasses and hats to bring the laughs straight.
He will attempt to explain what it is like to be a clown, hero, genius, loser and true artist in one show.
It comes to South Street arts centre on Thursday, November 13. For tickets, call (0118) 960 6060 or log on to www. readingarts.com.
Rob Newman’s gig at South Street on Saturday has been cancelled.
Big Jack’s Laughter Club is back at Afrobar on Thursday, November 13. Acts will be revealed soon.
For tickets, call Big Jack on 07770 370 221 or log on to www.bigjackslaughter club.com.
Comedy at Reading University’s Students Union this Tuesday includes gags from David Haddingham, Steve Mould and Alex Horne.
The following week, it’s ribticklers from Alistair Barrie, Michael Fabbri and Ninia Benjamin.
Doors are at 8pm, tickets cost £5 for non-students.
For more information, call (0118) 378 4100.
Friar Street comedy club Jongleurs is back in action again tomorrow and Saturday.
The gagsters on duty are Sean Collins, Jefferson & Whitfield and Caimh McDonnell.
Doors open at 7pm, and admission costs £14 on Friday and £17 on Saturday.
To book tickets, call the club on 0844 844 0044 or log on to www.jongleurs.com.
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