A quadruple bill of comedy is coming to Harborough Theatre later this month.
The event on Saturday, January 24, is the latest gig in the HaHaHarborough series.
The headlining act is self-professed “Geordie chancer” Gary Colman.
He has been described as having a “sharp-eye for the absurdities of life” by The Evening Standard.
Also on the bill are Tom Rackham, Ali Woodwood and Rob Coleman. Usual compere Alan Seaman will also be on hand.
Tickets cost £7 in advance by texting 07804 563 371 or emilaing shipoffools firstname.lastname@example.org.
The show starts at 8.30pm with doors at the Church Square venue opening at 7.45pm. Tickets on the door cost £8.