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A brand new comedy event is launching in Spalding this month - and we have a fantastic package to give away.

The town’s Imaginarium will be filled with laughter when the first Spalding Comedy Central night takes place on Friday, August 26.

There will be three acts taking to the stage at the Westlode Street venue, plus an MC who will keep everyone in check.

Comedian Mike Gunn. Picture: Steve Best (55383885)
Comedian Mike Gunn. Picture: Steve Best (55383885)

The line up includes award winning comedian David Eagle who comes recommended by fellow star Rufus Hound.

He has won several awards including the New Act Of The Year prize at 2018’s Nottingham Comedy Festival, Bath Comedy Festival’s New Comedian Of The Year in 2019 and the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian Of The Year.

David is blind and often explores his own disability through his shows.

Harvey Hawkins has enjoyed a combination of critical acclaim and won the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award in 2016, chosen by a panel of judges which included comedy legend Jasper Carrott. His “joke heavy” set is bound to impress.

Mike Gunn has supported some of the greats including Jo Brand, Alan Davies and Lee Mack. He has also made a string of mainstream primetime TV appearances, including Michael McIntyres Comedy Roadshow and Harry Hill’s TV Burp. A self-confessed pessimist, he describes himself as “not a natural choice for a career in laughter”.

Taking the helm, Paul Revill is known as one of the best MCs in the game, a likeable person who tells a vivid story involving the audience.

Doors will open from 7pm on the night, with the acts starting at 8pm. The bar will be open both before and after the event too.

Tickets can be bought from spaldingcomedycentral.eventbrite.co.uk

To enter our competition to win a pair of tickets and a post-show cocktail each answer the question and fill in the coupon and in this week's edition of the Spalding Guardian (August 4) which can be posted or dropped in to our office.

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