TICKETS have been selling fast for Chuckle Club's festive comedy evening, which starts tonight.
Punchline Media has flown in three international comedians Alistair Barrie, Barbara Nice and Andrew Ryan.
They will perform today at the Rugby Club, Saar, tomorrow at the British Club, Adliya, and on Friday at the InterContinental Regency Bahrain, with all shows starting at 8.30pm.
Comedian, writer and actor, Alistair Barrie has performed all over the world, including on top of a French mountain and on a boat in the North Sea.
A member of the Cutting Edge team at London's Comedy Store, he has appeared on TV and radio alongside the likes of James O'Brien, Phil Jupitus, and Richard and Judy.
Described as a hybrid of Victoria Wood and Mrs Merton, Barbara is more like the daft auntie at a wedding.
She banters affectionately with the crowd and generally celebrates the joys of life as a Stockport housewife.
Barbara has appeared at the Lowry, Soho Theatre and the Royal Albert Hall.
Her alter-ego, Janice, starred as Holy Mary alongside Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights.
Irishman Andrew Ryan made his comedy debut in 2008 as a drunken entrant in an open-mic contest.
Now, he is one of the most exciting talents on the circuit.
His quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural observational stand up. As seen on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3).
Tickets for each show cost BD15 and are available online at www.amiando.com/chuckleclubdec, and from the reception at each venue.
The event is open to those aged over 18 only.
Corporate/group rates are also available and door sales are subject to capacity.
Seats are limited and people are being urged to buy early to avoid disappointment.
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