Black Country humour to be celebrated at comedy night

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A STOURBRIDGE comedy night will take a distinct Black Country turn next month.

Local humour will be celebrated at Kum-n-avaloff on Thursday July 3 as part of the Black Country Festival.

Smethwick comedian Andy White, will be the headline act at the Stourbridge Town Hall show and two more support acts are still to be confirmed.

Councillor Pete Lowe, deputy leader of the council said: “Kum-n-avaloff is always a popular and funny show. We are looking forward to celebrating our local humour as part of the Black Country Festival."

Tickets cost £8 and include a curry and can be purchased online from www.dudley.gov.uk/entertainment.

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