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Chil­dren’s Com­edy Trail You’ve heard of na­ture trails and ad­ven­ture trails but what about a Com­edy Trail? Come on a com­edy ad­ven­ture where ma­gi­cians, co­me­di­ans, and fam­ily en­ter­tain­ers will be just a part of the ex­pe­ri­ence.

Start­ing out at Play­town on Ocean Plaza at 10.30am, you will be led on a jour­ney to three se­cret des­ti­na­tions. Venue: Start­ing at Play­town. Time: 10am-1.30pm, free but book­ing es­sen­tial.

Ages three-10 – lim­ited places are avail­able, please book via web­site.

Pa­trick Mon­a­han and Andy Askins

South­port Com­edy Fes­ti­val Specials bring­ing you the best co­me­di­ans straight from your TV screens.

Pa­trick Mon­a­han, from Show Me The Funny (ITV), blends a high en­ergy com­edy style with hi­lar­i­ous and en­gag­ing top­i­cal and ob­ser­va­tional ma­te­rial.

Andy Askins, from the John Bishop Show (BBC1) ex­udes a mis­lead­ing air of vul­ner­a­bil­ity; his de­meanour height­ens the im­pact of the killer lines that he de­liv­ers. Hosted by Bren­dan Ri­ley Venue: The Vin­cent, 98 Lord Street.

Doors 7.30pm, 8.30pm. Tick­ets £12

Age Re­stric­tion: 18+. show starts

Jason Man­ford is ap­pear­ing for two nights at Lit­tle Theatre South­port

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