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Stand up for Labour CorbyStand up for Labour is making the final preparations for the Corby event, which takes place at the Corby Trades and Labour Club, Stuart Road, Corby NN17 1RL on Sunday 7 October.

Pioneer of the alternative comedy movement ('and why not?') Arnold Brown will be opening the show, which starts at 7:45pm. Arnold is a former Perrier Award winner and can even claim to have shared the bill with Frank Sinatra!

Following Arnold will be Sir Ian Bowler MP (a character act who plays a Conservative politician) and Jim Smallman, a Labour activist from Leicester who regularly plays the major comedy clubs across the country.

Headlining the gig is Hal Cruttenden, who has appeared at the Royal Variety Performance and was a recent star of Michael Macintyre's Comedy Roadshow.

The two speakers for the night are the Murdochs chief cross-examiner Tom Watson MP and the Labour candidate in the Corby and East Northants by-election Andy Sawford.

The event will see the debut of the Stand up for Labour banner, which will be used as a backdrop for all shows as well as doubling up as a banner for demonstrations.

There will be prizes given out on the night. Don't miss out!

Tickets are available at £10 or £8 concessions. Disabled carers have free admission.

To buy a ticket online go to www.wegottickets.com/letslaugh or call 07961 638683.

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