Win comedy tickets in London and Birmingham
Tuesday 03 November 2009
Magners Pear Cider and The Independent have teamed up for a night of laughs with some of the best UK-based breakthrough comedians at The Roundhouse, London on the 11th November and The Glee Club, Birmingham on the 18th November. We’ve got five pairs of tickets to giveaway for this invite-only gig at both venues.
Featuring Sean Hughes, Carl Donnelly and Pete Johansson as well as a very special Magners Pear guest, in what should be a pear-fect night of comedy.
All you have to do is e-mail "Comedy London" or “Comedy Birmingham” in the subject line to DanL@cakegroup.com to be in with a chance of an evening of stand-up and FREE Magners. The deadline for the competition is midday on Monday 9th November.
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