Funny Way To Be Comedy - The Thinking Drinkers - History of Alcohol (Supper Club Event)

@ The Witham

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21 October 2017

8 pm

£14

Enjoy five free drinks as these award-winning professional drink experts definitively prove that alcohol has influenced everything that has ever happened. Ever.
Their brand new show is an intoxicating, hilarious time-travelling journey through our drink-drenched past, pouring the entire history of human civilisation into a shot glass. You’ll laugh a lot, you’ll learn a lot and, if that’s not enough, you get five free drinks. The perfect aperitif to any evening.
As seen on Channel 4 Sunday Brunch, Jamie Oliver’s Drinks Tube and in regular columns in The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Metro, The Spectator and… er… Off Licence News. Did we mention the FREE DRINKS?
 
“An erudite, liquor-loving duo” METRO
Pioneers of alcohol based comedy” Sunday Times “There’s no more discerning way to fall off the wagon” TIME OUT
“A terrific show. It has to be the best value for money in town” **** SCOTSMAN
“An intoxicating success… as interesting as it is hilarious “
 
**** SUNDAY EXPRESS
PLEASE NOTE – Strictly minimum age 18+
 

Food will be served from 7pm. A vegetarian option is available. Please let us know if they are any other dietary requirements in your group.

Venue
3 Horse Market
Barnard Castle
DL12 8LY

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