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Funny in Falkirk will be Funny in Bo’ness

There are some big names almost everyone who likes a good belly laugh will recognise and some less well known who are, no doubt, intending to change that and make a name for themselves.

Hopefully, it will also help get us through this wonderful summer we are having! Well, here’s hoping, at least.

Funny in Falkirk, Central Scotland’s Comedy Festival, comes to the Corbie Inn, Bo’ness

Funny in Falkirk Comedy Festival

There is always a fair amount of laughter and comedy in the Corbie Inn from, about and by our regulars so maybe the pub was an obvious choice as the main venue in Bo’ness for this year's comedy festival.

3rd Funny in Falkirk Comedy Festival

2012 marks the 3rd year of the festival supported by Falkirk Council and organised by Falkirk Delivers, the town centre management team, and the Scottish Comedy Agency.

There are 40 shows in 12 venues over 12 days and sure to be a lot laughing going on!

There are some big names almost everyone who likes a good belly laugh will recognise and some less well known who are, no doubt, intending to change that and make a name for themselves.

Hopefully, it will also help get us through this wonderful summer we are having! Well, here’s hoping, at least.

What's On and When at the Corbie Inn

Tickets for shows will be available online 24hrs a day through the festival website www.funnyinfalkirk.com and via the festival ticket hotline on 0844 481 8108 between 9am and 9pm. Also, available from the Steeple box office, Falkirk High Street, by telephone, 01324 506 850 and from the Corbie Inn during normal opening hours, 12 – 11pm.

Friday 20 July 2012, 8.30pm

Gary Little – It’s all True!

Glasgow comedian with a postgraduate from the University of Hard Knocks.

You know the script – buy a ticket, come and laugh, dead easy!

Tickets: £8/£7

Friday 27 July 2012, 8.30pm

Corbie Comedy!

What better way to round off a jam-packed Diesel Gala weekend, at the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway, than with John Gavin ‘Hard hitting and side splitting’ Daily Record, Davey Connor ‘He hit the nail on the head’ Herald, and Jim Park ‘Crowd favourite… original jokes… a highlight’ Stage.

The Corbie Comedy Night will be hosted by Susie McCabe.

Tickets: £8/£7

The Corbie Crow