GRAB yourself a pair of free tickets to see top-class comedy in Chester on Thursday (April 14) and Friday (April 15) night by picking up The Chronicle.
In association with The Laugh Inn, we’re offering 150 free tickets for admission to the city’s newest venue in Station Road, opposite the train station.
The Chronicle is giving away 50 pairs of tickets for Thursday (April 14) and 25 pairs for the Friday (April 15).
All you have to do is visit the Chronicle reception in Commonhall Street with the article in Thursday's (April 14) paper, to claim a free pair of tickets for either night – first come, first served.
Compère on the Thursday is Chester comic Dan Nightingale, who will introduce Canadian Wez Zarahuk and Malawian comic Daliso Chaponda.
Comedy club co-owner John Locke said of the Canadian: "He is one of the finest comedians on the planet. He is a force of nature. Once seen never forgotten. The only way you can describe him is insane. It’s like Vic and Bob meets Tommy Cooper."
On the Friday, Manchester-based camp comic Jonathon Mayor, who is a gay rugby player in his leisure time, introduces Gary Delaney, Andy Watson and Alun Cochrane.
Andy Watson won the City Life Comedian of the Year in 2006 which has also been won by the likes of Dave Spikey, Peter Kay and Caroline Aherne. While Cochrane has featured on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and is said to be ‘one of the best on the circuit’.
After the comedy, there is a live acoustic act on Thursdays and burlesque duo Lady Riches on Fridays with ‘Lockey’ DJ-ing into the early hours.
For more details visit: www.thelaughinnchester.co.uk.