Comedy, Pizza and Nightclub Entry, For One (£10), Four (£36), or Eight (£64) at Jongleurs Comedy Club (Up to 67% Off)
- UK wide chain of comedy clubs
- Have hosted Michael McIntyre, Stephen Fry, and Lee Evans
- Two hour comedy show
- Four comedians nightly
- Includes use of cloakroom
- Includes after party with DJ
- Choice of pizza includes pepperoni, chicken or margarita
Limit 1 per 1, 4, or 8 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by calling 01159582305. 24 hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID. Valid Fri and Sat only. Limited availability Sat. Doors open 7pm, last entry 8pm, show starts 9pm. Valid on pepperoni, chicken or margarita pizza only. Original value based on most expensive ticket rate and menu option. Valid on option purchased only.
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In a surprising medical anomaly, when the funny bone joins forces with tickled ribs, the laughter muscles short circuit causing out bursts of giggles in the library. Let yourself laugh out loud with today's Groupon from Jongleurs Comedy Club. Choose from the following options:• £10 for comedy show with nightclub entry, and a pizza plus cloakroom ticket for one (up to 58% off)
• £36 for comedy show with nightclub entry, and a pizza plus cloakroom tickets for four (up to 63% off)
• £64 for comedy show with nightclub entry, and a pizza plus cloakroom tickets for eight (up to 67% off)
A national institution of comedic pride, Jongleurs clubs scatter chuckles throughout the country, having showcased the fledgling talents of big names like Michael McIntyre, Stephen Fry, and Lee Evans. The venue graces the city centre with full bellied giggles as grub from the in-house bar is garnished with after-parties, live DJs, and musical mingling. Each club serves as a beacon of laughter, and cornerstone in the art of rib tickling, and, with over quarter of a century of gaffs and guffaws under their belt, their name ring synonymous with the slapstick spring of the career trampoline.
Stretching out their funny bones, guests can snicker solo, or descend in groups of four or eight for a two hour show of three or four comedians. Having ditched jackets and cumbersome bags in the cloakroom, the audience can nibble on a pizza (£8), and after the final curtain call, the venue will transform in to a swinging hub of heavy beats. Up and coming artistes on the bill include acts like Shazia Mirza, the improvisational troupe The Noise Next Door, or John Warburton, all making waves with a melodic breed of humour.