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S Norfolk church treats community to free comedy 

Christ Community Church, Attleborough is treating the local community to a fun-filled evening on Thursday, October 6 with live comedy from professional comedian and author Andy Kind and a two course meal, all completely free of charge.

Comedian and author Andy Kind is headlining a comedy evening at Connaught Hall, Attleborough on Thursday, October 6.  Attendees will be treated to Andy’s hilarious set and a two-course meal free of charge.

Christ Community Church, Attleborough is hosting the event to treat local residents to a fun night out and enable people to socialise in their local community.

Rob Tervet, Christ Community Church Leader said:  “We want to treat residents of Attleborough and the surrounding towns and villages to a spectacular night of comedy and a dinner to lift community spirits and raise greater awareness of the support our church can offer. We hope to see as many people as possible laughing their socks off!”

Andy Kind is a Christian, a comedian and an author who won the ‘Anything for Laffs' comedy award in 2005 and recently hurdled over the 1500-gig barrier. Described by The Scotsman as ‘terrific’, Andy’s stand-up style can best be described as ‘the joyful rant of a post-30 chaos vacuum’, and he has been featured on BBC1, ITV and Channel 4.  Not long after supporting Tim Vine, Andy’s first book ‘Stand Up and Deliver’ was published by Lion Hudson.

Andy said: “I’m thrilled to be appearing at this free event in Attleborough and encourage all locals to book a babysitter, let their hair down and enjoy a two-course meal and night out on us!”

Tickets will sell out fast so book now to avoid disappointment. Doors open at 6.30pm.  To book please contact or call 01953 452865.

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