Friday, 4 January 2013


I told you I had free stuff to give away!

Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival is now only 34 days away from exploding into life, but before that we are being treated to the tantalising aperitif that is the official Festival Preview Show at De Montfort Hall next Friday. And because they love you so much, YES YOU, the festival bigwigs have kindly allowed me to give away a pair of tickets to this fantastic event, which features snippets of all kinds of shows from next month's festival, and is generally regarded as one of the year's best nights out in Leicester - Damn you're lucky!

A funny-lookin' bunch: Tony Law, Jimmy Cricket, Piff the Magic Dragon, Suzi Ruffell, John Shuttleworth, Gary Delaney.
This year's event is hosted by telly favourite Dave Spikey, and the full line-up (just released and undeniably funny-looking) is:
Jimmy Cricket
Pat Cahill
Matt Rees
John Shuttleworth
Piff the Magic Dragon
Suzi Ruffell
Gary Delaney
Tony Law

So what do you have to do to win this awesome prize (worth £48, incidentally)? Well it's jolly simple actually, just give me 48 pounds in unmarked non-sequential banknotes. Hang on...

Actually, let's make it easier - just email me using this link with your answer to the following question:
Q: In which TV series, co-written with Peter Kay, did Dave Spikey star as Jerry St. Clair?

Make sure you include your full name and the answer (it sounds obvious but some people won't!), and make sure you are free on the evening of Friday January 11 - if you win the tickets and then don't turn up, you'll be paid a visit by the guy in the superhero outfit from the festival adverts. He won't beat you up or anything - he's just really annoying and doesn't know when to shut up. And he never buys a round. The closing date is 23:59 on Sunday 6 January, at which point the winner will be chosen at random (by a hamster), and will be notified by email on Monday 7 January. Prize is non-transferable. The hamster's decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into (hamsters can't read or write), comedy show may contain nuts, etc, etc.

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