Hobgoblin, the official sponsor of the Leamington Spa Comedy Festival, has teamed up with AREA Culture Guide to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Richard Herring perform live at the Royal Spa Centre. Hobgoblin’s sponsorship of the comedy festival is perfect for its ‘Season of Mischief’ which runs throughout the whole of October, continuing its reign as the ‘Unofficial Beer of Halloween’. Join in the fun by clicking ‘Like’ on Hobgoblin’s Facebook to have a go on its Madvent calendar for your chance to win mischievous prizes every day throughout October. Continue reading
For someone who has made his way through life as a waiter, reportedly dabbled with the idea of becoming a priest, and who has struggled with alcohol abuse and depression before achieving major success as a stand-up comedian, you’d think Jack Dee would look happy. But he doesn’t…and that’s one of the reasons why we still love him.
Since the last series of ‘Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show’ the irrepressible south London wide boy geezer has banged seven birds, if you want to be number eight you can catch him on the road at in Brum and Cov… Qwaliteeeee!!!
Bespectacled gent Simon Munnery has the wit of a weasel and the cunning of a fox. He appears in many guises with a variety of exciting facial hair and always a suit. His dialogue is expeditious, you are drawn into it like a whirlwind and left both stunned and in awe of his articulate style.
Comedian Mark Watson will be at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton on 1st December (see November’s Area Culture Guide for a preview), and we have two pairs of tickets to give away. To win a trip to see the record-breaking stand-up, just answer this question: what is Mark’s record for the world’s longest gig, set in 2006?
a) 24 hours
b) 36 hours
c) 48 hours
If you think you know, email your answer to competitions [@] fusedmagazine.com, including your name, address and date of birth. Deadline for entries is 28th November.
From November 26
Its name might be more synonymous with episodes of South Park and U.S. sitcoms of varying quality, but broadcaster Comedy Central is stamping its brand on a series of nights at Broad Street’s highlight club this Christmas. Continue reading