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Manchester Fringe Festival - Chris Kehoe: The Corridor of Uncertainty

As part of the Manchester Fringe Festival join us at Gullivers Lounge for an evening of free comedy with Chris Kehoe
When
10th July 2019 7.45pm
Venue
Gullivers Lounge - 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW 
Member Cost
FREE
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When it has been a hard week and the weekend still feels too far away, then what better way to relax than to head out to a comedy club for a laugh. This show is the perfect environment to chat to meet some new people and discover who shares your sense of humour.

As part of the Manchester Fringe Festival join us at Gullivers Lounge for an evening of free comedy with Chris Kehoe


Fake news! Conspiracy theories! Operation Fear! Snake oil salesmen abound for people who want simple answers to complicated questions. What is real? What actually are the rules to pool? How do we make sense of it all? Confused? Fear not! Chris Kehoe will explain everything in simple terms you can understand in just under an hour of stand-up comedy.


Imagine having oodles of fun whilst meeting new people! There is always a great mix of friendly people on our events so if you are in the mood to make some new friends, then this is the event for you.


Our priority is to make sure people have fun and make new friends in a safe friendly environment. Your host will text you in advance to ease any nerves, welcome you and introduce you to other members, as well as being on hand to ensure you have a great time.

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What our Members Say.

“What a fantastic night! Our host Jen was lovely. Great group. We got to see some big name comedians alongside newcomers preparing for the Fringe.”

“I am not sure who made me laugh more, the comedians or the banter between the group. Either way my sides hurt. Good Times.”

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