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Comedy fest backs local job support

PUBLISHED: 09:20 19 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:07 30 June 2010

THREE free 'No Joke' comedy evenings are being held in a row in Great Yarmouth, with comedians visiting as part of the Your Borough, Your Chance borough council campaign.

THREE free 'No Joke' comedy evenings are being held in a row in Great Yarmouth, with comedians visiting as part of the Your Borough, Your Chance borough council campaign.

The first event goes ahead on Monday, March 22 at The Longbar at 8.30pm, with John Mann acting as compere for Darren Ruddell and Phil Butler.

The following night Harry Denford and Adam Crow perform at Peggotty's at the same time, with John Mann acting as compere once again.

Finally, visitors to Great Yarmouth Market Place on Wednesday will get to see local comedian and entertainer Steve Ace, who will be performing at 11am and 1.30pm.

Your Job Your Chance aims to emphasise the job opportunities and support available and accessible for those within the borough, and the nights are open to anyone over 18 years old.

For more information about the campaign or comedy nights please contact Lucy Clegg or Dawn Humphreys at Tribe on 01603 417722, or email lucy@tribepr.com/ dawn@tribepr.com.

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