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Diss Corn Hall Comedy Club to visit town’s rugby club

PUBLISHED: 10:53 13 February 2017

Kieran Boyd performs as part of the Corn Hall Comedy Club which returns to Diss Rugby Club on the 24th February for its last on tour event. Photo from Corn Hall Comedy Club

Kieran Boyd performs as part of the Corn Hall Comedy Club which returns to Diss Rugby Club on the 24th February for its last on tour event. Photo from Corn Hall Comedy Club

Corn Hall Comedy Club

Comedy fans are in for a treat as a comedy club returns to a town rugby club later this month.

L-R Michael Fabbri, Joe Sutherland and Kieran Boyd who perform as part of the Corn Hall Comedy Club which returns to Diss Rugby Club on the 24th February for its last on tour event. Photo from Corn Hall Comedy ClubL-R Michael Fabbri, Joe Sutherland and Kieran Boyd who perform as part of the Corn Hall Comedy Club which returns to Diss Rugby Club on the 24th February for its last on tour event. Photo from Corn Hall Comedy Club

Three stand-up comics who have all been receiving rave reviews on the comedy circuit will appear as the Corn Hall Comedy Club visits Diss Rugby Club on Friday, February 24.

MC for the evening will be Keiran Boyd, an experienced performer known for his high energy sand inventive material.

Audiences will also be treated to the eclectic Michael Fabbri, described as “exceptionally funny and extremely sharp”, known for his ability to slip between controversial topics and the downright silly.

There will also be current hot property of the comedy world Joe Sutherland, who with a catalogue of well-crafted material is one to watch.

Diss Corn Hall. Picture: Sonya Duncan.Diss Corn Hall. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Acts will take to the stage at 8pm, with a bar serving hot food open from 6.30pm.

Tickets are available from www.cornhall.co.uk are £10 in advance and £12 on the door.

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