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The Sir John Moore Foundation and it's Grade I listed building, provide support and a home for the local primary school. The foundation has four areas in which it works - Heritage (& conservation), Learning (for all), Community (& social wellbeing) and Enterprise (& innovation) Through a diverse programme of events and activities and innovative use of the buildings and grounds it provides social, educational and vocational opportunities for all.
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Headlining is Tim Clark with support from Jonny Awsum. Up and coming comedians including James Savile.
Tim Clark - Tim has been a Stand-up comic for most of his adult life, and still does over two hundred shows each year.
He has appeared all over Europe, the Far East, the Middle East, and most recently at the Mumbai Comedy Store. He is resident host of British Stand-Up in Bergen, Norway.
On TV he was host of the classic game show Give Us A Clue (BBC 1); the sporting chat show Under The Moon (Channel 4); as well as scores of appearances on various stand-up and panel shows.
He has written three highly acclaimed shows for the Edinburgh Festival: a Radio 4 Play, Talking to Ted, which featured himself and Les Dennis in lead roles, and a play about two football fans for Channel 4 called The Beautiful Game. As an actor he had a leading role in the Fringe First winning production of What I Heard About Iraq.
Jonny Awsum - After completing an eight-year comedy apprenticeship as barman at The Chuckle Club, Jonny Awsum exploded onto the professional comedy scene with a crowd-pleasing set that's seen him smash hundreds of gigs all around the world.
With his likeable style and trusty guitar, Jonny's musings include everything from the white lies he tells his girlfriend to his new home town of Croydon and the memory of his first love at eight years old.
Comfortable with any type of gig, Jonny's feel-good set has captivated audiences at every kind of venue from pub back rooms to 700 seat theatres to a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe with his hit show 'Jonny Awsum's To Do List'.
Compere for the night is the affable and hospitable Harriet Dyer.
Tickets are £9 in advance
All info and bookings at www.funhousecomedy.co.uk
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