Price is right for laughs at comedy club
ENJOY a bellyful of laughs at a comedy show next Thursday featuring a line-up of talented acts. The Comedy Club at Havana is presenting three top comedians at one of St Albans finest venues. Acts appearing include Cornish-born, Cardiff-based MC Matt P
ENJOY a bellyful of laughs at a comedy show next Thursday featuring a line-up of talented acts.
The Comedy Club at Havana is presenting three top comedians at one of St Albans' finest venues.
Acts appearing include Cornish-born, Cardiff-based MC Matt Price, who before comedy, had a short career in boxing, and wrote a book on the subject.
He was resident MC of a Cardiff comedy club and was also a finalist in the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year competition in 2004.
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Nick Revell worked prominently on the comedy circuit from 1980-92 and has now been back on the scene for 10 years.
He has made numerous TV appearances and was a regular compere at the Comedy Store.
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His TV credits as a writer include sitcoms, sketch shows and material for other comedians such as Drop the Dead Donkey, Dressing for Breakfast and After You'd Gone, Dave Allen.
A regular headliner at all Australian comedy venues, Wayne Deakin also tours constantly throughout the USA and Canada.
With a likeable laconic style to draw you in and biting social commentary, Wayne aims to have you laughing and thinking.
Overall this gig is said to be a must-see for fans who love to have a giggle.
Tickets are �10 in advance and �12.50 on the door.
It starts at 9pm and is for over 18's only. For tickets call the Victoria Street box office on 01727 862456.