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Neil Delamere and Paddy Raff headlining Inver Comedy Festival

An exciting new comedy festival is coming to Inver Park later this month!

The festival will take place over two nights, on Saturday 18th September and Sunday 19th September at Inver Park. The event is being run in conjunction with Mid and East Antrim Council and is celebrating the fact that live entertainment back in the town.

The show on Saturday 18th will be headlined by Neil Delamere, an award-winning comedian who is best known this side of the border for his appearances on BBC NI’s The Blame Game. Neil will be supported by Teresa Livingstone and Frazer Robb with the evening hosted by local funnyman Tim McGarry.

On Sunday 19th another local comic, Paddy Raff, will be headlining the show, fresh from BBC’s The Paddy Raff show and a number of sell-out stand-up gigs.  Sunday’s support will come from Paddy McGaughey and Micky Bartlett, with Tim McGarry once again hosting proceedings.

Tickets will be for this event are priced at £25 per night and will be seated in the McKay Stand. meaning they will be in limited supply. Gates open at 6.30pm each night with shows starting at 7.30pm,.

The 1889 club will be open before and after each show, with hospitality facilities also open during each evening.

Make sure you snap up your tickets now, by visiting: https://www.larnefc.com/tickets/

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