COMPETITION TIME!!

COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.

Congratulations to Zoe Davies πŸ™Œ

Calling all comedy fans in North Wales

The fabulous Dave Rothnie, organiser and compere of my favourite comedy night, Stand Up at the Seaside is offering my readers the chance to win two free tickets to the show in Colwyn Bay on the 27th April 2019.  So, with such a generous offer, I thought I’d be a cheeky blogger and see what else I could bag for you guys and asked around some of the best haunts nearby.  How about this for a prize then…?

Two tickets to Stand Up at the Seaside on the 27th April 2019.                                             Click here to view the line up

A sharing platter from the recently launched Sheldon’s Wine Bar and Bistro.              Click here for the menu

A bottle of wine or prosecco from Haus.                                                                                      Click here for more info

Cocktails for two at Briggs Wine Bar.                                                                                             Click here for more info

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So, that’s food, booze and laughter taken care of; apparently a free taxi and a kebab was pushing my luck though sorry!

How do you win? Well, simply tell me who your favourite comedian is.  It could be an international star, a local act or even your Dad.  You can enter on my blog via the comments section below, or via my Facebook or Twitter pages by commenting on the relevant post. Please keep it to one entry per platform.  

Now, here comes the common sense and terms and conditions bit

  • You MUST be over 18 years old to enter & be prepared to be ID’d at the venues.
  • If you don’t live within easy travelling distance, don’t enter – leave it for people who can attend.
  • You can collect the prizes anytime throughout April / May but the comedy night tickets are not transferrable.
  • The winner will be drawn at random
  • I will inform the winner by the 20th April.  Please ensure your settings will allow me to direct message you.
  • If the winner has been a plonker and lives too far outside Colwyn Bay (or Europe), then I will have to do a re-draw – you have been warned!

Good luck all

 

30 Comments Add yours

  1. Chris Rowley says:

    Got to be Micky Flanagan he’s the best

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    1. Hi Chris. He is seriously funny – good choice x

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  2. Lorna Williams says:

    Michael mcintyre is my favourite famous comedian but we have local talent too in the form of James Carnell

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    1. Ah, Michael Mcintyre is one of my faves too! His sketch about his visit to the dentist has me in absolute stitches! x

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  3. Louise says:

    My favourite comedian is Peter Kay!!! πŸ™‚ Xxx

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    1. Hey Louise, good choice. He did a sketch once about how people hear the words of songs differently – it was genius! x

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  4. Debbie Elsdon says:

    Tom Wrigglesworth is a very, very funny comedian, plus he’s coming to Colwyn Bay very soon😁

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    1. Hi Debbie. I look forward to watching him perform then. Thanks for the recommendation x

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  5. Jenna Watson says:

    Hello!

    My favourite comedian is Lee Mack πŸ™‚

    X

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    1. Shell D says:

      LEE EVANS!!!!!!!! πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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      1. Couldn’t agree more Shell. His sketch about getting lost and asking the village idiot for directions is a killer!! x

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    2. Hi Jenna. I enjoyed a few of his stand up routines when I watched him on Live at the Apollo. Really funny bloke! x

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  6. Jason says:

    My favourite is a guy called Jimoein. I laugh as soon as he walks out without saying anything

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    1. Hi Jason. I haven’t come across Jimoein – will keep an eye out for him now though. thanks x

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  7. john Clayton says:

    Jimmy Carr.. quick mind and master of one line

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    1. I agree. That takes some talent and he has it in bucket-loads! x

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  8. Sue says:

    Kevin Bridges very funny and relevant.

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    1. Hi Sue. I’d love to watch Kevin live, so far only seen him on TV, but he has always been brilliant! x

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  9. Shell D says:

    LEE EVANS!!!!!!!! πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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  10. David Patel says:

    I do find Henning Wehn’s take on British culture hilarious πŸ™‚ x

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    1. Hi Dave. Hope you’ve been keeping well matey. I haven’t heard of Henning, I will be googling to find out more though. x

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  11. Cheryl Kersey-Brown says:

    Love Eddie Izzard, very funny, very clever.

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    1. Eddie – one of the best for sure! x

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  12. jemcport says:

    Peter Kay. Legend.

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    1. Hi Jem. Good old Peter Kay, he’s been a popular choice. Obviously doing something right! x

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  13. Juliette says:

    Peter Kay is hilarious xx

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    1. Hi Juliette. Couldn’t agree more! x

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  14. Dave Parry says:

    John Bishop

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    1. Hi Dave. Bish would have been my choice too. I have his shows on audiobooks and I laugh my backside off in my car listening to him – I must look like a loon to other drivers. Doesn’t matter how many times I hear it, his sketch about white trainers has me laughing till my ribs hurt! x

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  15. Shaun says:

    Currently I’m loving James Acaster

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