Comedy Night: Tickets For Two £6 at Mr Bens Comedy Club (63% Off)
- Centrally located comedy club
- Fully licensed bar on-site
- Features established acts and rising stars
- Two adult tickets Friday, Saturday, or Monday night performances
- Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8.30pm
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. Must present printed Groupon on redemption. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Fri, Sat, and Mon only. Both tickets must be used on the same night. No hen or stag parties permitted. Groups of 6 or more may require a £10 per head good behaviour bond payable and fully redeemable on good behaviour on the night. Not valid for stag or hen parties. Must be over 18 with valid ID. Original values verified 2 May 2012 at 5.42pm.
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Laughter is the best medicine, unless the ailment is appendicitis. Get a laughter plaster with today's Groupon: £6 for entry for two to Mr Ben's Comedy Club.
About The Venue
An underground haven of giggly events and raucous times, Mr Bens Comedy Club entertains patrons with budding comedians and seasoned wisecracks alike. Regular performers Sully O'Sullivan and Sam Harland have been known to deliver material that covers their exotic roots in New Zealand and Hull respectively, with Sam's formal training as an actor lending him a keen stage presence. The bar serves a selection of chilly drinks, and patrons can loll around on any number of the brightly coloured stools, seats, and benches that adorn the room.
Slap bang in the centre of town, Mr Bens enjoys an enviable location amid Leeds' glittering assortment of pubs, bars, and clubs.
Doors open 7pm, show starts at 8.30pm
Valid on Friday, Saturday, and Monday nights
While yet to received widespread feedback, Mr Bens was rated a rib-tickling 4.5/5 by TripAdvisors and 4/5 by Yelpers. Visitors gave high praise to the venue’s relaxed, intimate feel, along with the quality and variety of the acts themselves.
Located on Albion Street, customers are required to descend the brightly decorated stairway into the bar. I find this type of basement venue especially comforting on dingy days, when a spot of escapism is desired. The decor has a rather bohemian feel about it, colourful yet informal and homely.
– Kate H., Yelp, Mar 2010
Heckling is discouraged, and the audience appear to be there for the comedy, rather than for a warm up before a night out. Consequently, the type of comedians seemed to be slightly more experimental and thoughtful, though there was a wide variety in the four acts we saw.
– Chris T., Yelp, Feb 2012