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Laugh out loud for things to do in London
Published: Thursday 30th of September 2010
Visitors planning their trips to London attractions such as Hampton Court Palace could plan ahead to book tickets for a comedy night in the capital.
The Tour That Doesn't Tour Tour by comedian Peter Kay could make for an excellent night of laughs and entertainment.
Kay is well known for his 2002 Mum Wants a Bungalow tour and is hoped to keep his audience rolling in their seats with laughter as he performs his famous 'mum on the answering phone' routines.
Another upcoming comedians to look out for include Russell Kane, who is bringing his Smokescreens and Castles tour to London. Full of jabs and commentary on the current state of Britain, the shows are sure to end in side-splitting laughter and the occasional thought-provoking rhetoric.
John Shuttleworth, from BBC Radio 4, will also be in town with his repertoire of jokes and jabs. He will be supported by Zoe Lyons from Mock the Week, Scott Capurro, radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury and compere Jarred Christmas.
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