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Comedy Night in East Dulwich this Saturday, 6th June. Unmissable!


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If you are looking for something interesting to do this Saturday in East Dulwich, you can't miss it! Here is the line-up for the evening:

Brett Goldstein - star of hit comedy film Superbob, TV series "Derek" and "Uncle".

Gemma Whelan (appearing as Chastity Butterworth) - star of "Game of Thrones", "One Man Two Guvnors", "Uncle" and many more.

Trevor Lock - Star of the Trevor Lock Show!

MC Gerry Howell.


The event starts at 7pm at NDLTC, 154a East Dulwich Grove, SE22 8TB.Tickets are ?10/?5 for students and can be purchased at the door.


Karla

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The Comedy Night is Saturday, 6th June at 7pm with a fantastic line-up! Don't miss it or you will regret!!


Tickets are ?7(?3 for student with ID) booked in advance and ?10/?5 at the door. To book a ticket, just email me.


Here is the line-up for the evening:


Brett Goldstein - star of hit comedy film Superbob, TV series "Derek" and "Uncle" and ?A Long Time Ago?.


http://www.chortle.co.uk/comics/b/33453/brett_goldstein


http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/film/i-believe-it-can-fly-comedian-brett-goldstein-on-his-new-film-superbob-9886886.html


Gemma Whelan (appearing as Chastity Butterworth) - star of "Game of Thrones", "One Man Two Guvnors", "Uncle" and many more!


http://www.pbjmgt.co.uk/artist/gemma-whelan


http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2247629/


Trevor Lock - Star of the Trevor Lock Show!


http://www.trevorlock.co/


MC Gerry Howell


http://www.gerryhowell.co.uk/


Venue: 154a, East Dulwich Grove, SE22 8TB.(The entrance is a long narrow path)


Hope to see you there


Karla

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