Charity comedy night coming to Welwyn Garden City venue

PUBLISHED: 16:03 25 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:11 25 September 2017

Patrick Monahan will bring his Rewind Selectors 90s show to Welwyn Garden City [Picture: Steve Ullathorne]

Patrick Monahan will bring his Rewind Selectors 90s show to Welwyn Garden City [Picture: Steve Ullathorne]

Steve Ullathorne

Welwyn Garden City’s favourite adopted Irish-Iranian is returning for another charity comedy night.

Comedian Patrick Monahan brings his new Rewind Selector 90s show to Welwyn Garden City next year.

The Nineties nostalgia-fest can be seen in the Collingwood Suite at the Gosling Sports Park on Saturday, February 24, 2018.

Known for his cheeky grin, inoffensive jokes, hugs, and lots of audience banter, this will be the award-winning stand-up star’s sixth annual visit to the town.

In his new tour Patrick compares life as an Irish-Iranian teenager in the 1990s.

As identity cards and ‘Cool Britannia’ were being introduced, Monahan found himself on the periphery as a teenager – trying to blend in but ending up with all the other ethnic groups.

Tickets are on sale now online priced £15.40 adults and £13.20 under-18s, including booking fees.

Visit http://www.wegottickets.com/event/416828 for more details.

Doors will open at 7pm on the night, with the show starting at 8pm.

The Collingwood Suite show will finish around 10.30pm, after one interval.

There will be a fully licensed bar, open throughout the evening.

Tickets are sold on an unreserved basis, and the venue is non-tiered theatre style seating (ie no tables), so get there early to bag the best seats.

Suitable for ages 12 plus, the comedy night will be in aid of charity, with all profits going to Viewpoint, which is based Welwyn Garden City.

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