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Carl Hutchinson Conquers Covid Curse!

Type:Comedy

The Borough, 3 Dalton Square, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 3PR

Tel: 01254 64170

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Carl Hutchinson

Having postponed his Lancaster Comedy Club appearance three times due to social distancing, Carl Hutchinson is hoping he has finally conquered the curse of Covid!  The show on Sunday 8 August has now  sold out so an extra show at 6.30pm will be taking place in The Borough's upstairs function room. 

 

Carl has won a dedicated fanbase locally from supporting Chris Ramsey at the Grand in addition to appearances on Stand Up CentralThe Chris Ramsey Show and even guest presenting BBC flagship The One Show. The undeniably hilarious Geordie is known for his brilliant characterisations and expert timing.

 

Although restrictions on live events have now been dropped  the venue is playing it safe by operating on two thirds capacity so booking sooner rather than later would be advised! Tickets are priced at $15 per person and are online only at www.lancastercomedy.co.uk

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