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Stand Up For Labour Comedy Night

Thursday 11th December at the Swanscombe Pavilion at 7.30pm


The Grove,
Swanscombe,
DA10 0AD


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On Thursday 11th December there will be a 'Stand up for Labour' comedy night at the Swanscombe Pavilion beginning at 7.30pm. There will be a full bar and the acts will feature Arthur Smith, Norman Lovett and Mary Bourke: 



Tickets are on sale and at the moment, they only cost £10 but the price will go up to £12 after October 31st. Tickets are available to everyone - members, friends, family, neighbours etc so first come, first served. They can be reserved through Santha on 01322 525261. However you get the tickets, please make sure you pay for them before October 31st!

Tickets can also be bought online at the Stand Up For Labour website



Stand up for Labour promises to be an excellent night of comedy so please book early to avoid disappointment. 







Pat Kelly

CLP Secretary

ARTHUR SMITH

A huge laugh and a career that blends surrealism and one-liners in equal measure are Arthur Smith's signatures. His immense humour, and willingness to laugh himself hoarse at others' jokes make him unusual in an industry eaten up by cool. On TV, he's been a regular Grumpy Old Man. But it's as a stage performer and writer where Smith's strongest talents make themselves felt.

NORMAN LOVETT

He was well into his thirties before deciding to go into comedy. Best known for the role of Holly in cult sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf, he considers himself to be a stand-up comedian who can act a bit, and is yet to appear in a pantomime. His comedy has a quiet, dead-pan surrealism.

MARY BOURKE

 

She's performed on the comedy circuit for more than a dozen years and the experience shows. Bourke's utterly composed on stage, performing with a relaxed delivery, and the soft sing-song of her Irish lilt contrasts nicely with her punchy and somewhat acerbic material. She punctuates the pomposity of the Mumsnet website with list of unreasonable demands on the Albanian nanny with the refrain 'am I being unreasonable?'

 

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