Weird Coastal Buoys comedy competition at St George’s Theatre
- Credit: Picture: Nick Butcher
Weird Coastal Buoys Comedy are bringing their smash-hit three year running Edinburgh comedy show Hate N' Live to St George's Theatre on Friday, February 10 at 8.30pm.
This raucous show will have the audience on the edge of their seats as they try to walk the thin line between hilarity and offence.
Paul Dunn from WCB Comedy said: 'Feeling stressed? Feel like having a good old moan?
'Well why not? Let it all out. It can sometimes help to just let off a bit of steam and it's also great to be able to laugh about what ever grinds your gears.
'This is why we think we have the perfect stress relief night out for all you grump pots out there.
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'WCB Comedy at St George's theatre is proud to bring the smash-hit three year running Edinburgh comedy show Hate N' Live to St George's Theatre on February 10 and we have three pairs of tickets to give away.
'Hate N' Live features two of the most popular comics to ever appear at St George's; Tony Marrese and Leo 'Pun Man' Kearse along with other top acts who will perform as 'Gladi-Haters' improvising rants on topics suggested by the audience.
- 1 Man dies in hospital after fight near Norfolk pub
- 2 Huge seaside home with indoor pool for sale for £600,000
- 3 The Bill star reveals he has moved to Norfolk and why he loves it
- 4 Queues form at Norfolk petrol stations - despite reassurances over stock
- 5 Petrol stations close nationally as HGV driver crisis worsens
- 6 Spectacle of light with 'Norfolk's biggest ever firework display' announced
- 7 Some queues - but business largely as usual at Norfolk's petrol stations
- 8 SOLD! Royal Arcade goes for £2m MORE than guide price
- 9 Delays on A47 after lorry overturns
- 10 Harley-Davidson motorcyclist dies in A134 crash
'Think Room 101 meets Mock the Week.'
Tony Marrese is a comedian who starting gigging in 2009.
He has performed at many venues across the South East of England, in both stand up shows and character comedy.
Leo 'Pun Man' Kearse's show is described as: 'The act is engaging and accessible to people with short attention spans and audiences who aren't necessarily comedy fans.'
Organisers said the show is not for the easily offended as you hear the guys 'hate on' Jeremy Corbyn, self-service checkouts and even the Paralympics.
To win a pair of tickets all you have to do is answer the following question:
Which self-proclaimed miserable comedian also starred in the BBC sitcom Lead Balloon?
• Jeremy Corbyn,
• Che Guevara,
• Champion the Wonder Horse
• Jack Dee
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