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TUE 21 MAY
The King’s Hall is delighted to present its second evening of outstanding comedy in partnership with The Comedy Network. The night will give you the opportunity to see three more of the UK’s most up and coming comedians.
Carl started performing stand-up in 2005 and his conversational, silly sense of humour saw him win a host of awards (Chortle Best Newcomer 2007, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2007 among others) and become a regular at all of the finest comedy clubs in the UK and Ireland.
Carl has also appeared on various TV shows including Mock The Week, Dave’s One Night Stand, Stand Up For The Week and Russell Howard’s Good News.
Mark has been performing stand-up regularly since 2008 and has rapidly established himself as one of the most interesting and exciting new comics on the circuit.
This summer, Mark will be performing at the Edinburgh Festival as part of The Comedy Zone, the Fringe's longest running and most prestigious stand-up showcase.
Ahir Shah is one of comedy's brightest new talents, whose sharp brand of stand-up features a blend of socio-political awareness, energetic delivery and jokes.
Ahir took his debut solo show, Astrology, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011, where it was described by Spoonfed as being "a more accomplished offering than you will get from 90% of the more experienced stand-ups at this year's Fringe."
For bookings made via the internet a booking fee of £2.75 applies.
A charge of £1 applies if you would also like your tickets posted.
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Tickets can be booked by telephone on 01227 787787 with all major debit and credit cards (except American Express). You can do this Monday-Saturday between 9am and 6pm.
You can book for a Canterbury Ticket Shop event by visiting The Marlowe Theatre Box Office at The Marlowe Theatre, The Friars, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2AS. You can do this Monday-Saturday between 9am-5.30pm.
If paying by cheque or postal order, please make it payable to Canterbury City Council.
Tickets can be reserved without payment for up to four days, or 24hrs prior to the performance - whichever is the soonest.
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If you would like us to post your tickets to you, an additional postage charge of £1 will be made.
There is no charge made for bookings made in person, for group bookings over 15 tickets or to patrons with access needs.