happenings this month Double The Fun As The Laughter Factory Joins The Dubai Comedy Festival!
Double The Fun As The Laughter Factory Joins The Dubai Comedy Festival!
Updated on 05 April 2022

The Laughter Factory is set to join the Dubai Comedy Festival and offer comedy fans even more laughs.

Doubling the number of laughs, The Laugher Factory will run two separate lineups in May which will feature over 10 shows, with each lineup performing at 5 different shows.

The first lineup for the shows will feature John Fothergill, Aurie Styler and Ger Staunton and is sure to be a hilarious lineup to watch.

The second leg of the tour will see Daisy Earl, Ali Sultan and Corey Rodrigues perform an amazing set and will leave you laughing for days.

The first lineup will perform three shows at Movenpick JBR on 13, 14 and 15 May followed by a show on 16 May at Hyde Hotel Business Bay.

The last show for the first lineup will be held on 17 May at Studio One Hotel, Dubai Studio City.

The second lineup shows will be held at Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens on 18 May followed by a show at the Dukes The Palm on 19 May.

The next show will be held at Grand Millennium Barsha Heights on 20 May, with the last two shows held on 21 May at Studio One Hotel, Dubai Media City and on 22 May at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah.

Tickets to the show are priced at Dhs 160 and are available on the Laughter Factory website.

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