Kids Comedy Club

@ The Stand Comedy Club

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09 October 2016

12:00

£4

‘Kids, do you need somewhere to take your adults without them getting bored and going in a huff? Of course you do! Bring them to NKCC where the adults can have just as good a time as the kids. We’ll bring you some of the world’s best comedy, circus, storytelling, poetry, and stupid science.

There will be shouting, cheering, laughing, some fart jokes and every month there will be prizes to win. In fact we will have everything under the sun; if it’s fun it will probably be happening here!

So if you enjoying laughing in a family friendly atmosphere then this is just the place for you.This show is suitable for children and adults of all ages, (well maybe not babies or really, grumpy old folk). Best suited for 8 to 12 year olds.

Tickets £4 per person.

You can also purchase meals from the kids menu only £4 which we’ll bring to you during the interval – we will keep it healthy, kid friendly and of course we can cater for the fussiest of eaters!

Hot food available in the club or why not treat yourself to some pre-show dining The Stand Bistro open daily from 11am.

Tripadvisor Excellence Award Winner 2014 and 2015

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Approx running time 1hr 30 mins

With David Stanier, Danny Sutcliffe, Kate McCabe and host Lee Kyle.

Venue
The Stand Comedy Club
31 High Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1EW

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