Following from the success of ‘My Bass and Other Animals’ and ‘Breakfast of Idiots’, Guy has a new show – called ‘Wake Up Call!’ – and has kindly offered a pair of tickets to your choice of the next two (UK) dates: London and Manchester.
The first is on Friday 22 October at London’s very beautiful 20th Century Theatre (at 291 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2QA). Doors open at 7.30pm and, brilliantly, there will not only be pizza on sale in the interval, but after-show drinks available in the bar right up until midnight. How good is that?
Please note that it’s for over-18s because Guy sometimes has a potty mouth.*
The following night, on Saturday 23 October, Guy will be participating in the Manchester Comedy Festival (at the Engine House, Chorlton Mill, 3 Cambridge Street, Manchester, M1 5BY).
Doors open at the later time of 9.15pm, with the show itself starting 9.30pm. Tickets cost just £7.50. Again, it’s for over-18s only.
For more information, please telephone 07874 152338.
To be in contention to win a pair of tickets to either of these shows, just tell me which one you’d like to go to and why it’s that one and not the other. The distance from your home and time spent travelling won’t cut it; I’m not particularly fond of either city, to be honest, so amuse me. Why is Manchester better than London… or not? (It’s for fun, so please don’t take it too seriously.)
Be sure to start with I’d like to see Guy in _____, not _____, because…
No entries will be considered beyond mid-day
Many thanks for your continued generosity, Guy, and all the best with the remaining gigs.
If you already have tickets, or caught Guy’s previous shows, do tell.
Lastly, the chatroom has just opened, if you’ve nothing better to do right now.
* He doesn’t really, it’s because there’s a licensed bar at both venues.