Barnstormers Comedy Club back in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 21:13 28 September 2011

Simon Fox will be appearing at Barnstormers Comedy Club at Campus West in Welwyn Garden City

Simon Fox will be appearing at Barnstormers Comedy Club at Campus West in Welwyn Garden City


BARNSTORMERS Comedy returns to Welwyn Garden City this week with another treble bill of stand-ups to make you laugh.

Taking place on the final Friday of each month in the Hawthorne Studio at Campus West, Barnstormers is back for a new season on September 30 with the night’s compere introducing a trio of comedians from the London circuit.

“This is our first WGC show of the new season and we mean to start with a bang,” said Barnstormers’ Stephen Newberry.

Compere Kevin Precious presents the sharp and clever Lenny Peters, the hugely entertaining Tony Law and the cheeky Simon Fox.

Lenny Peters has been a professional comedy actor for more than 10 years, with his TV sitcom appearances including Life As We Know It with Richard Wilson and 15 Stories High with Sean Lock.

Meanwhile, Tony Law’s infectious and surreal comedy will have you in stitches.

Canadian Tony has been busy working hard on the circuit and creating a buzz for himself as one of the most exciting new comedy propositions around.

His laid-back approach, combined with scorching jokes and incisive remarks, have endeared him to both live and TV audiences here and abroad.

Completing the line-up is Simon Fox, who has established himself as one of the UK’s best live comedians.

Whether in The Comedy Store or Jongleurs, or further afield in Singapore, Hong Kong or Dubai, his sharp material, rapid-fire delivery and relaxed stage presence have made him the ideal choice for any event.

Tickets for the over 18s night cost £10 in advance and £12 on the door and are available from the box office on 01707 357117 or online from the Campus West website – click on link above right.

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