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Cherry Reds Comedy w. Josh Pugh, Jo D'arcy, Stu Woodings & Hannah Platt

Cherry Reds Cafe Bar, West Midlands

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Date
Fri, 14th Apr 17
Doors Open
8:00 pm
Last Entry
8.00 pm
Event Ends
11:00 pm - Fri, 14th Apr 17
Age Restriction
18 and over
Dress Code
None
Event Organiser

Description

Award winning stand up comedy in the upstairs room at Cherry Reds café bar in Birmingham city centre

 
Host Thomas Rackham welcomes...

Josh Pugh Comedian

Current English Comedian of the Year and Birmingham Comedy Festival Award Winner, Josh returns home from a string of festival appearances in Australia to headline our April show.

"offbeat ideas, he finds laughs in unusual places" - Chortle

 
"a keen comic mind" - London Evening Standard

Jo D'Arcy

So You Think You're Funny and Leicester Square New Comedian finalist Jo is a regular face on the UK comedy circuit who has been described as "a female Rik Mayall"

"fast and witty quips" - Birmingham Mail

+ support from Stu Woodings & Hannah Platt



We expect this event to sell out in advance so please book ahead and also take advantage of our new 'Two for £10' ticket offer!

https://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/tickets/cherry-reds-comedy-w-josh-pugh-and-jo-darcy-support/10043490

Friday 14th April - 8pm start - Upstairs Room @ Cherry Reds

92 John Bright St, Birmingham, B1 1PU

 

*line up changes are extremely unlikely, however we may need to replace some acts at short notice due to circumstances beyond our control although it's not happened yet so probs fine innit*

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