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Halesworth: Comedy night tickets up for grabs - see Zoe Lyons live

09:10 15 April 2014

Zoe Lyons will be appearing at the New Cut Arts Centre, in Halesworth

Zoe Lyons will be appearing at the New Cut Arts Centre, in Halesworth

Zoe Lyons

A Suffolk stand-up is hoping to bring the cream of the comedy circuit to a town venue.

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We have six tickets to give away for the first Weird Coastal Buoys Comedy Night at the New Cut, in Halesworth, on Thursday, May 1 - set to feature Zoe Lyons, whose TV appearances include Mock the Week and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow.

Paul Dunn, who lives in Lowestoft, has held similar nights in Great Yarmouth and is giving away three pair of tickets to the event in Halesworth, which includes support from five other comics. Just answer this question: On which TV show has Zoe been a regular panellist? A) Lambing Live, B) The Hairy Bikers, C) Sunday Night at the Palladium, or D) The Wright Stuff.

Send answers to tom.potter@archant.co.uk before April 21.

Tickets are otherwise £10, with limited tickets on the door for £12.

Go to WCBComedy’s Facebook page, visit wcbcomedy.com or call 0845 673 2123.

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