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Sharp-witted Nathan Caton at St George’s comedy night

PUBLISHED: 10:44 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 10:44 06 November 2015

Nathan Caton

Nathan Caton

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Yet another TV star of comedy is coming to Great Yarmouth’s famous St George’s Theatre, as WCB Comedy host another hilarious night of stand up.

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On Thursday, November 12, sharp-witted Londoner Nathan Caton comes to town to perform his outstanding brand of comedy.

Caton is a star of both TV and radio, most recently being seen on the panel show that is a must for all comedy fans, Mock the Week. He’s also performed on Live At The Apollo, Russell Howard’s Good News, and with his self-titled The Nathan Caton show on Comedy Central, and BBC Radio’s Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing.

He is a multi-award winner, not only for his stand up work, but also his many comedy writing credits, and has completed four sell-out solo shows at the world famous Edinburgh Festival.

But the fun doesn’t stop there, as Nathan will be supported on the night by fellow Cockney funny man Lenny Sherman, and hilarious Northerner Stevie Gray with his musical comedy.

To top off the evening, the MC for the night is the popular St George’s favourite Tony Maresse. It’s a welcome return for Tony who last appeared with WCB Comedy back in June, and the audience are in for a real treat with his crazy madcap on stage antics.

Tickets are just £10 each, or five for the price of four, and are available from the St George’s box office on 01493 331484 or online at www.wcbcomedy.com

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