Enjoy yourself – it's cheaper than you think
It's no joke – organisers of Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival are offering Leicester Mercury readers loads of great offers to help make this year's event the biggest ever.
Our readers can get two tickets for the price of one for 17 shows taking place next month at venues throughout the city.
Hundreds of pairs of tickets are available and on Monday we will be printing a page of coupons.
Readers just need to cut out the coupons and take them to the box office at Curve in Rutland Street.
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The gigs include Matt Richardson's show at the Crumblin' Cookie in Leicester High Street on February 21.
Matt was the winner of the best new show at last year's Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival.
Steve N Allen's latest show, Some News Live, will also be part of our offer.
The show takes place at the upstairs venue above Kayal restaurant in Granby Street, Leicester, which has been one of top locations for new comedy in Leicester since promoter Spiky Mike began putting on shows eight years ago.
He said: "We've had some fantastic acts here in the past, including Rhod Gilbert and Sarah Millican.
"It's a lovely place with a great atmosphere and people really enjoy themselves.
"The room holds about 70 people so it's a great size for comedy and Steve's gig next month is going to be great.
"I think it's brilliant to be offering two-for-one tickets because in these difficult times it encourages more people come out and enjoy themselves."
Other acts in our two-for-one offer include Max Dickens, Will Mars and The Circus of Horrors.
The Circus of Horrors, at De Montfort Hall on February 19, started at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival and has since toured the world, achieving cult status.
It reached the finals of Britain's Got Talent with its mix of cabaret, a ventriloquist show with a twist and circus acts from all four corners of the globe.
Geoff Rowe, founder of the comedy festival said: "It's probably not a show for children but it's very entertaining and it's great to have it as part of the festival."
Geoff said he hoped the two-for-one offer would mean more people would try something new during the festival next month.
He said: "The festival is probably going to be the biggest so far and we've got 120 more events than last year.
"Comedy is becoming more and more popular and we'd encourage people to take a punt and go to see someone they haven't heard of as well as the acts they do know."