Get ready to laugh as the Comedy Club comes to Braintree.
Three top comedians are coming to Braintree Arts Theatre, Notley Road, on June 19.
Host comedian Bryan Lacey is credited by BBC6 Music as being “genuinely funny” and a star of the future. Bryan’s slick, well honed material introduces you to the strange incidents and odd people that he seems to attract. He mixes in funny songs with his material to keep everything fresh and lively.
He is joined by the opening comedian Wes Zaharuk. This Canadian-born comedian entertains with his hilarious and anarchic physical comedy routines and lively performances.
Headlining the show is Sean Mao, who used to be a professional snooker player and was in the quarter finals of the English Championships of 1987. He since switched career to stand-up comic which he has been doing since 1989 and he has quickly amassed a following due to his intelligent, quick humour.
All three are performing on Thursday with doors at 7.30pm and the show beginning at 8pm.
Tickets are £10 in advance and £12 on the door, with a saving of 25% if you buy three or more tickets together.
Tickets are available from 01376 556 354 or braintreeartstheatre.com