ARE you ready to laugh out loud and hold your sides? Then you’re in luck, because we have a pair of tickets to give away to see top comedians.
Having made dynamic appearances on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Mike Gunn and Sean Collins have teamed up to present a unique double bill show that not only offers solo sets from each but which also culminates with both ‘comic heart throbs’ on stage together.
Gunn and Collins are being being touted as two of the finest stand-up comedians performing in the UK today.
Mike Gunn has become known as one of the comedy circuit’s best headline acts for the last 10 years and is a regular at the world famous Comedy Store venue in London.
He has taken two shows to the Edinburgh Festival and received critical acclaim for both. Off stage his writing credits include Harry Hill’s TV Burp and Al Murray’s Time Gentlemen Please.
Sean Collins honed his unique storytelling style comedy in his native Canada and his talents were rewarded with two nominations for the Canadian Comedy Award and an invitation to perform at the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival.
Sean left Canada for the UK and within the five years that he has resided in Britain, he has written and performed three highly successful Edinburgh Festival shows, receiving rare, five star reviews and one of only a few ‘Best of Fest’ accolades.
Mike Gunn and Sean Collins bring their Comedy Roadshow to Lincoln’s Theatre Royal on Friday 18th February.
Tickets are £16.50 and £17.50 and available by calling 01522 519999 or visiting www.lincolntheatreroyal.com.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, just answer this simple question:
Q) Complete the name of this top TV show where Mike Gunn and Sean have both appeared: ‘Michael McIntyre’s...a) Generation Game, b) Comedy Roadshow or c) Fun House?
Send your answer, name and daytime telephone number to: Comedy Roadshow competition, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BP, or email email@example.com.
Entries should arrive no later than Tuesday 15th February. Normal competition rules apply.