New for 2017, Worcester Music Festival will be hosting it’s first comedy night alongside the regular music events. Featuring four incredible acts, the new event will be taking place on Sunday at St. Swithuns Institute Hall that and will kick off at 7pm.

The line-up includes Edinburgh fringe regular and so-called ‘future Frank Skinner’ James Cook, former winner of prestigious ‘funniest joke of the Edinburgh fringe’ award, plus Masai Graham and also Pete Teckman who has been selling out his solo show ‘Never Too Late’. Karen Bayley will be headlining the event. She’s been on the circuit for over a decade and made a name for herself early on in her career reaching the semi-final of the prestigious BBC New Comedy Awards and was later crowned the winner of the 2001 Komedia New Act prize.

Due to the theatrical nature of the event, the night will be ticketed so to guarantee entry from the start, make sure you book your free ticket!

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