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Cofton Comedy Night

Venue: Cofton Holiday Park

Date: 18/11/17 (18:30 - 23:00)

Great for: A side-splitting night of gags

Entry charge: £12


We hope you're ready for at least a laugh a minute! Eminent Banter and Cofton Comedy Night are ready to present a night of chuckles with some of our favourite performers!

Luke Honnoraty will be your compere for the night, in the past he has supported Katherine Ryan, Matt Richardson, and most recently Joel Dommett!

Our headline act is Stuart Goldsmith! Stuart was finalist in the 2005 show 'So You Think You're Funny'.  We're guessing by the quizzical look on your faces that his career hasn't quite turned out as planned, but a quick look on his self-edited Wikipedia page shows he's a popular guest on many TV shows (well, mostly Dave).

You'll love his one liners and daftness!

He'll be supported by a stellar cast of Louis Burgess and Wayne the Weird.

We've seen Louis previously, and can guarantee he'll have the entire audience in rapture. A 'fire hydrant of comedy', his act showcases a unique blend of music, comedy, and erm, cashews?!

He's not afraid to break the boundaries to life itself, so expect to expect the expectancy of unexpected expectations! Book tickets now before you can no longer afford to not afford his tickets!

The photos from homepage of Wayne the Weird's personal site include him wearing a bag over his head whilst pouring water over a newspaper and also one of him serenading a cup of coffee... so we're not sure what you can expect! But from all of his rave reviews (or raving loony reviews) we know you can expect a terrific and memorable performance!


There'll be an array of delicious food available, so you can fill your boots on grub and LOL's!

Call reception now on 01626 890111 to book tickets!

Advanced tickets only £12



Cofton Holidays
Nr Dawlish
South Devon

By car

It's easy to reach Cofton Country by car. Leave the M5 motorway at junction 30. Take the A379 sign-posted Dawlish and after about 30 minutes, having passed through Kenton, Starcross and the small harbour village of Cockwood, the Park is half a mile on the left.

By public transport

The nearest train stations are Starcross, Dawlish Warren and Dawlish.  From there you will be able to catch a bus which passes our entrance.  For further advise on public transport please contact our reception team who will be happy to advise you on your best option.