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Milton Keynes Comedy Festival is back, and is bigger and better than ever before

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Paul Sinha will appear at the Milton Keynes Comedy Festival

Set within the beautiful Westbury Arts Centre in Shenley Wood this jam packed line up offers a weekend full of belly laughs, good food and local ales – from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July. 

With over 25 comedians crammed into the weekend we guarantee there will be enough entertainment to tickle everyone’s taste buds. Weekend tickets are available to purchase now at a great early bird price of £30.00 – this will give you unlimited access to the festival for all three days – not bad for a full weekend of entertainment! If you just fancy rocking up for one day you can purchase a day ticket from £10.00. Tickets are available to buy now from www.mkcomedyfest.co.uk. 

Friday night headliner, Adam Kay (notorious London Underground song sensation) plus Funmbi Omotayo (Best newcomer at the Black Entertainment Awards) and local boy Harry Stachini – evening ticket price £13.50, gates open at 5.30pm with first act kicking off at 8.15pm

Saturday features a full day and evening of entertainment with tickets starting from £13.50. With a minimum of ten comedians crammed into this line up, who will you choose to watch? Starting the festivities at 1pm is award winning comedian and writer Jo Caulfield. Bob Mills, President Obonjo and BAFTA nominee Spencer James are just a few top names to the already jam packed line up. 

Sundays top headliner is no other than TV star Paul Sinah from ITVs The Chase, with another seven acts filling the day showcasing their Edinburgh Fringe Festival material its guaranteed to be a good one. Plus we have Sunday special tickets for only £10 for the entire day! 

For more information about the festival or to enquire about group bookings contact info@comedyfest.co.uk or call 07971 295 957. Remember spaces are limited per day so we recommend booking early to ensure you get to see this great line up!

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