Comedy Festival

Family Event
Sun 30th August 2020
Comedy Festival, Burton Constable Hall, Hull, East Yorkshire
£5-£15
Join us for an evening of comedy and laughter with some of the regions most talented home-town heroes, followed by multi-award winning acts hot off the UK circuit.
Sit back, relax and have a laugh with:
Haseeb Malik, Paul Connell, Matt Sutton, Daniel Colbeck, Khalid Raheem, Rich Austin, Steve Rimmer, Charlie Hopkinson, David Smith,  Jack Gleadow & Brennan Reece - hosted by Gary Jennison & Jed Salisbury.
Line-up could be subject to change.
Details:
Adult ticket: £15
Over 12 ticket: £7.50
Parental advisory (12+) - strong language and adult themes.
Doors from 5pm - first act 6pm - finish 10pm
You are not permitted to bring your own alcohol to this event - security will be performing spot checks. Alcohol will be available to purchase on the evening.
Stables Kitchen will also be serving food and other refreshments throughout the night.
For cheaper taxi rates, please use 41 cars, Hull. Taxis can drop off at the Hall but must pick up from the main car park. If you intend on leaving your vehicle over night, you will need to park in the main car park.
Further information: Live On The Lawn

Contact Information:

E: joelpeart@burtonconstable.com

T: 01964 508163

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