WIN: Tickets to see comedians at Clevedon’s Curzon

PUBLISHED: 18:00 08 May 2019

Susan Murray.

Susan Murray.


An evening of wit and hilarity will ensue at the Curzon this month as the popular comedy night returns.


For audiences of 15 years and over, due to the high chance of questionable language and dangerously funny topics, this is sure to be a night of great entertainment and hilarious tales.

The evening features some of the brightest and funniest acts on the UK circuit at the moment, including Craig Murray who people may recognise from the PlusNet adverts.

The charming northerner rose through the comedy ranks within months.

He reached the final of The Other Side New Act Of The Year competition and withing three months, also reached the final of the Hackney Empire New Empire Of The Year contest.

Craig Murray.Craig Murray.

In the past two years he has appeared alongside Adam Hills and Brendon Burns in a comedy film and has performed for a number of big name companies.

Susan Murray will also amuse the audience with her own style of comedy.

After making her TV debut alongside Jo Enright, Russell Tovey and Sophie Stanton in The Job Lot, she is the perfect newcomer to the circuit for fans of Sarah Millican and Kerry Godliman.

Curzon Comedy will be held at the cinema, in Old Church Road, at 8pm on May 17.

Susan Murray.Susan Murray.

Tickets, priced £10.50-12.50, are available at or on 01275 871000.

The Times has once again teamed up with the cinema to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to attend the evening.

This competition will close at 10am on Monday.

Usual Archant rules and the editor's decision is final.

By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by Archant and the cinema.

Please note, Curzon volunteers and staff members are not eligible to enter.

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