Mu­si­cal comic with an eye and ear for the silly

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Front Page -

MU­SIC and mirth will be brought to­gether in the head­line act at The Com­edy Club Ash­ford’s next laugh­ter night. Dun­can Oak­ley will be pre­sent­ing an in­fec­tious mix of mu­si­cal com­edy and standup, ac­com­pa­nied by his trusty gui­tar.

Rude and play­ful

With an eye and ear for the silly, rude, play­ful and down­right ir­ri­tat­ing oc­cur­rences of life, Dun­can musters up songs that will bring a smile to your face and have you hum­ming for days. The com­edy night takes place at Ash­ford In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel, Si­mone Weil Av­enue, on Fri­day, May 28. MC for the night is Windsor, who de­vel­oped and honed his act as a street per­former and is, there­fore, ex­cel­lent at re­spond­ing to heck­lers. Show or­gan­is­ers say he has a well-crafted and in­stinc­tive abil­ity to in­volve and warm up any au­di­ence. Also ap­pear­ing is Dave Twen­ty­man, a ris­ing star of the North West com­edy cir­cuit.

Dis­count

Tick­ets cost £20, which in­cludes a two-course meal. And there’s a £2 dis­count for com­edy club mem­bers. If you fancy stay­ing overnight, there’s a spe­cial £99 deal for two peo­ple, which in­cludes the show, meal and bed and break­fast. Tick­ets for the com­edy show only cost £14. It’s over-18s only and the doors open at 7.30pm with the com­edy start­ing at 9pm.

To book tick­ets call 01233 219988 or log on to www.ha­ha­hee­hee.com

Pic­ture: Gary Browne PD1707630

David Em­bry and John Doyle at the open­ing of Ash­ford Art So­ci­ety’s spring show at St Mary’s Parish Church

Co­me­dian Dun­can Oak­ley

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