Win a fantastic weekend at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival

15:51 04 March 2013

You could win a fantastic weekend at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival

You could win a fantastic weekend at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival

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The Glasgow International Comedy Festival is celebrating it’s second decade of laughter and we are offering one lucky readers the chance to spend a weekend in Glasgow celebrating with them!

The Glasgow International Comedy Festival is a renowned annual event in the city's live entertainment calendar and is now the biggest event of its kind in Europe. The 2013 festival is set to be the biggest and best yet with 105,000 tickets available for 411 shows in 46 venues across 18 days.

Each year the festival brings not only the very best stand-ups from the UK and abroad, but also film, theatre, sketch, kids shows, workshops and site specific performance meaning there's something for everyone.

Headliners for 2013 include Jimmy Carr, Paul Merton, Sean Lock and Al Murray as well as local talent that includes Dorothy Paul, Jerry Sadowitz, Fred MacAulay, Craig Hill and Daniel Sloss. See the extensive programme and book tickets here: http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/.

You and a friend will travel from London to Glasgow, flights courtesy of easyJet, Scotland's largest airline and upon arrival you will check into citizenM. citizenM boutique rooms offer affordable luxury in a Glasgow's central location which is the perfect base to get to and from any of our festival venues.

And to top it all off, you will be given two tickets for the hottest acts in town courtesy of Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

The festival returns on 14th March and over 411 shows will run in venues across the city until 31st March. For more information and to view the full programme, please visit www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com. Tickets are on sale now through www.ticketsoup.com or via the ticketSOUP Festival hotline on 0844 395 4005.

To win just complete the name of Jimmy Carr's TV show; 8 out of 10...

a) Fish

b) Dogs

c) Cats

Terms and conditions: Winner will be selected at random from all correct entries. Prizes are non transferable, no cash alternative offered. Prize is for a stay for 2 at citizenM Hotel, only 1 pair of tickets will be awarded to the show. Full Archant terms apply. Please quote 'Glasgow Comedy Festival' when entering the competition.

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