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Whose Line Is It? Is Back!
Updated on 14 April 2021

Get your tickets now for some fun and laughter in June as The Laughter Factory, in association with The Noise Next Door, is back to perform the show, 'Whose Line Is It?'.

The Noise Next Door will be performing on 10 June and 11 June.

With eleven sold-out performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 'Whose Line Is It?' is sure to leave you in fits of giggles with their delightful jokes.

On 10 June, they will be performing at Movenpick JBR in Dubai at 8.30pm. The show is for adults.

On 11 June at Theatre by QE2 on Mina Rashid, The Noise Next Door will perform two shows. The 3pm show will be held for children and their families with the second show at 8.30pm held for adults.

Tickets for the show are priced at Dhs 160 and are available for booking on The Laughter Factory website.

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