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Whose Line Is It Is Coming To Dubai!
Updated on 19 January 2021

The Laughter Factory is bringing some more laughs our way with a new one off show later this month.

'Whose Line Is It?' is performed by The Noise Next Door, a comedy improv group that is sure to have you in stitches.

The Noise Next Door will be performing over two days on the 28 and 29 January, with two shows for adults and a show the whole family can enjoy.

On Thursday, 28 January, they will be performing a show for the adults at Mövenpick JBR, Dubai at 8.30pm.

On Friday, 29 January, they will be taking to the stage of Theatre by QE2 by Mina Rashid. Performing two shows, the first one will be family-oriented with the first half at 10.30am and the second half at 3pm with a final show at 8.30pm for adults. 

The Noise Next Door are a comedy show you definitely do not want to miss. As they are an improv group, all their jokes are made up on the spot. With their hilarious jokes, songs and one-liners, this group based in the UK have even impressed the judges on Britain's Got Talent and have also appeared on UK televisions channels BBC One, ITV and more.

Tickets are priced at Dhs 160 and are now available for purchase from the Laughter Factory website.

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