This is a sponsored post on behalf of Knock2Bag Comedy Night.
The only thing that beats having a rollicking good time, is having a rollicking good time for free. Well, this opportunity awaits you as Jack Arts are giving away two tickets to the award-winning ‘cult’ comedy night Knock2Bag.
This comedy night is not short of admirers. Voted as one of Time Out’s Best Comedy Clubs and hailed by the Guardian as ‘one of the best’ comedy nights in London, it is making a triumphant return to Rich Mix in East London on Friday 26 April.
Knock2Bag isn’t exactly short of comedic talent wanting to step up and spout their funnies either. Friday’s line up is absolutely stellar, with Dan Clark (writer and star of BBC3’s How Not to Live Your Life), Dan Antopolski (Triple Perrier Award Nominee), Sara Pascoe (star of Channel 4’s Stand Up for the Week and BBC’s Live at the Apollo and TwentyTwelve), and Marcel Lucont (winner of the 2012 Amused Moose Award for the Best Comedy Show of Edinburgh Fringe) all gracing the stage.
There will also be stand-up from Kieran Hodgson, Karl Schultz and hosting the extravaganza will be Jarlath Regan. Plus, if you’re still standing by the end of the night, you can round it off by joining the after-party with music from Damn You, Curfew! DJs.
Want to win a pair of tickets to Knock2Bag? Enter your name and email address below and click submit.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
We’ll pick and winner at random and notify them by email after 5pm on Wednesday 24 April. Terms and conditions below. Good luck!
Knock2Bag Comedy Night East is at Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm, after-party until 1am. Tickets £10 in advance or £12 on the door. For more information and to book tickets please visit knock2bag.co.uk.
*Competition terms & conditions: Tickets valid for performance on 26 April 2013. No cash alternative. Non transferable. Additional expenses are the responsibility of the prize winner. Promoter reserves the right to exchange all or part of the prize to that of equal or greater value. Usual Londonist policy applies.