happenings this month Ring In The New Year With The Laughter Factory
Ring In The New Year With The Laughter Factory
Updated on 05 January 2021

A new year is upon us and what better way to start it off than with laughs and giggles, all courtesy of The Laughter Factory.

Back again for their monthly comedy tour, The Laughter Factory is January tour lineup features three internationally acclaimed comedians that will have you laughing through the night.

The January tour kicks off with two days at Movenpick JBR on the 7 and 8 January at starting at 8.30pm. 

The next show will be held at Zabeel House by Jumeirah The Greens at 8.30pm on Wednesday, 13 January. Preshow tables must be pre-booked at Lah Lah.

Grand Millennium Barsha Heights will host their show on Thursday, 14 January at 8.30pm and the final show will be held at Grand Millennium Business Bay on Friday, 15 January at 7pm.

The first act for this year's lineup is Esther Manito, an Arab-Essex girl who performs mainly for comedy clubs. Known for bringing a unique perspective to her comedy by talking about the social injustice we face as individuals, she is definitely a must-watch.

Stephan Grantis, known all over the UK for his hilarious comedy performances will also be a part of this year's lineup. He has performed at many locations worldwide and brings his experience from the corporate world into his comedy performances.

Last but certainly not least is John Fothergill, who has sold out many a show in the UK and around the world. His comedy will surely have you laughing in your seat.

Tickets are available here.

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