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Sharp improvised comedy coming to Grantham Guildhall




Comedy quartet The Noise Next Door will be appearing at the Guildhall Arts Centre ballroom next month.

Funhouse Comedy Club brings another night full of laughter to the ballroom on Thursday, June 21, with the comedy group headlining. The Noise Next Door who have appeared on BBC1, BBC3, ITV1, BBC Radio1 and BBC Radio4 and have performed alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Al Murray, and Harry Hill.

They will be performing perfectly choreographed routines and fascinating the crowd with their blend of ludicrous characters, witty one-liners, epic stories and musical mayhem. Their sharp improvised comedy always results in a hilariously unique show.

Supporting is the engaging Andrew Bird, who was the support act on Michael McIntyre's recent arena tour and has also supported Rhod Gilbert and Lee Hurst on tour, as well as performing internationally. Watching The Young Ones with his brothers as an eight year old, at two in the morning on Comic Relief, he realized then that he wanted to be funny in some way.

Also appearing will be Canadian stand-up, writer and actor David Tsonos. With his friendly and confident persona, he intrigues everyone with his combination of banter and impulsive comments.

Compere for the night will be the amiable and animated Spiky Mike.

Tickets are £10 in advance. Doors open 7.30pm for an 8.15pm start.

For more details and to book your tickets go to www.funhousecomedy.co.uk



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