The Laughter Factory’s end of season party is ideal for groups of friends and office parties alike. This outrageous fun night out, boasts three of the funniest people from shows such as ’Live At The Apollo’, ‘Mock the Week’ and Michael McIntyre’s Road Show Headlining the tour.
Paul Tonkinson has long upheld his esteemed reputation, as one of the finest stand-ups the UK has to offer. With a unique and distinctive style, Tonkinson is noted for his effervescent physicality and skillful impressions, which bring alive exuberant, tender comic reflections on love, family and the day-to-day idiosyncrasies of 21st century living.
Making her debut at The Laughter Factory, Naomi Cooper is simply funny. Naomi Cooper is someone to look forward to seeing in a small club, before she’s playing arenas.
Finally, BBC sketch show star Prince Abdi, who has also wowed audiences on Comedy Central’s ‘The World Stands Up’. This Somalian born British stand up draws on his migrant background to create a uniquely hilarious style of storytelling.
Such a diverse bill, will ensure everyone has something to laugh about.
Get your show tickets now on www.thelaughterfactory.com
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