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Beer and Bangers Comedy Night.. you’d be BAA-rmy to miss it!

The very popular, face aching, belly shaking comedy night is back in the unique venue that is the lambing shed at Whirlow Hall Farm on Saturday 3rd October 2015.

Swapping baa-ing for sounds of laughter, this event is a corker; and with some of the hottest comedians on the UK circuit right now; it is definitely one not to be missed! With real local ales from Abbeydale Brewery and the most delicious high welfare sausages sizzling on the BBQ what more could you want from your Saturday night right?

Comedians lined up for this special gig have been hand-picked from across the country; and include Geordie lad Gavin Webster, cheeky scouse Sam Avery and Yorkshire’s very own Scott Bennett as headliner. You’ll never believe this, but the compere for the evening is even a poultry farmer himself! Mike Wilkinson has supported Peter Kay, Johnny Vegas, Ross Noble and others, and headlines comedy clubs across the country. So ditch the heels and don the jeans and boots for a cosy evening on the farm… you’ll feel right at home and be in great company!

This is an over 18 event and all profits directly support the work of the childrens charity.

Doors open at 7pm tickets £22 each and include your first drink from the bar and hot dog.

Tickets are ON SALE NOW so visit the website http://www.whirlowhallfarm.org for more details

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always wanted to go to one of these will have to give it ago

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