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Sunday, November 4, 2012

"Clean" comedy show heading for pavilion

* Zoe Lyons.
A comedy night at Llangollen Pavilion hosted by the Diocese of St Asaph will feature Mock the Week star Zoe Lyons as the headline act.
She will be joined by fellow comedians Andy Kind and Tony Vino for a night of comedy with a clean ethos on Saturday, November 10.
* Andy Kind.
Zoe is well known for her appearances on TV shows such as Dave’s One Night Stand, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Mock the Week while Andy is a Christian comedian who has supported Milton Jones and Tim Vine on their national tours.
Tony Vino (below right) will compere the event which starts with an open bar at 7pm before the comedy gets underway at 8pm.
This will be the third time the Diocese of St Asaph has hosted a clean comedy night. It’s part of an initiative called REACH which is designed to bridge the gap between God, spirituality and everyday life.
Organiser Tim Feak said: “Our previous comedy nights have been really well received and they’ve proved that clean comedy can also be very funny.
“We’re really looking forward to welcoming Zoe Lyons and Andy Kind to Llangollen. Zoe has appeared on really well known TV shows while Andy has been described as ‘a future star’ by the BBC. It will also be the third time Tony Vino has been our compere so it promises to be a really good evening.”
Despite this being comedy with a clean ethos, there will still be some adult themes so the Diocese is recommending a minimum age of 15 for this  event.                                            
Tickets cost £10 for adults or £5 for under 25s and are available from the Diocesan Office in St Asaph on 01745 582245.

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