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Felt Nowt have swiftly become a North East institution, peddling an ever impressive cycle of comedy throughout the area and ensuring an array of exciting, unique and hilarious nights, each blessed by upcoming and promising talents.

The latest Felt Nowt event to arrive at Laurel’s in Whitley Bay is an affable and affordable night out, as punters are treated to not just one show, but two – the succinctly titled Two Shows For A Tenner promises exactly that.

April’s event takes place on Sunday 24th and features sets from Neil Harris and Dean Moore. In preparation for his Edinburgh Fringe show A Short History Of The Highjump, Neil Harris brings an abridged version to the stage, dissecting the history of the sport and analysing the various complications and anecdotes he found in his copious research on the subject. Middlesbrough promoter and comedian Dean Moore, meanwhile, presents his pithily titled show Willie Thorne Looks Like Tosh From The Bill.

For a night to remember that will hurt your sides but not your wallet, look no further! 

Felt Nowt present Two Shows For A Tenner: Neil Harris and Dean Moore at Laurel’s, Whitley Bay on Sunday 24th April.

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