LAUGHS galore are in store for visitors to Whitby Pavilion’s Last Laugh Comedy Roadshow.
The venue will play host to the second roadshow and Yorkshire’s longest running comedy club on Saturday 16 March.
This month’s line-up will see top stand up comedians Jojo Smith, Steve Shanyaski and Phil Butler perform their routines.
Jojo Smith has been hailed as a manic force leading where male stand-ups fear to tread although her comedy is so blue, she makes Jo Brand look like on of the nuns from the Sound of Music according to one critic.
Steve Shanyaski’s whirlwind performances and thrilling routines have constantly proven a hit.
As seen on ITV1’s Comedy Rocks, the key to Steve’s act is his energy and silliness.
As soon as Phil Butler joined the UK comedy circuit he found himself closing the show at all the major comedy clubs such as Jongleurs, Highlight, The Comedy Store, The Glee Club, The Banana Comedy Club, Bearcat, Baby Blue, Hyena Comedy Cafe and Last Laugh to name just a few.
Phil has also had the honour of performing for British troops in Iraq, Kosovo, Bosnia, Croatia and several times in Afghanistan.
He received a medal for his time there.
All tickets for the show which starts at 8pm, doors 7.30pm, are priced at £12.
To book tickets for the last Laugh Comedy Roadhsow on Saturday 16 March call the Whitby Pavilion box office on (01947) 604855.
l The Whitby Gazette has three pairs of tickets to see the show for free.
To be in with a chance of winning answer the question below.
How many comedians appear at this month’s comedy roadshow?
Email your answer to email@example.com; text to 63333 starting your message with WGENTRY (text charge 50p plus your standard charge); or fill in the coupon and send it to Last Laugh Comedy Competition, Whitby Gazette, 17-18 Bridge Street, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4BG.
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Deadline for entries is 13 March.