OSWESTRY will be a treated to a double bill of comedy in November with established circuit stand-ups mixing with the stars of the future.

On Wednesday, November 3 and Thursday, November 4, Kung Fu Pug Comedy will be bringing a number of fresh acts to two venues in the town.

First up at the Stonehouse Brewery will be Scott Bennett, who has provided tour support for Rob Brydon and Michael Mcintyre, and has written for a number of comedy stars.

Donald Mackerel, from Kung Fu Pug, urged people to snap up their tickets for a highly-rated comedian.

He said: "For our second foray into local booze and comedy, we have an absolute banger of a lineup.

"You can't have award-winning comedy without award-winning beers and spirits and you can't talk about comedy without talking about the hottest star in comedy right now.

"His 'Stand Up from The Shed' episodes may have made national news during the lockdown but he was a star before that, appearing on BBC1's "Live From the Edinburgh Fringe" and many different radio shows such as BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, The Now Show, The Likely Dads and Elephant in the Room with Sarah Millican.

"He won the 2020 Comedian's Comedian (voted for by the comedy industry) and is poised for even bigger success.

"Catch him while you can."

For tickets, please go on site, ring 01691 676457 or email info@stonehousebrewery.co.uk

Meanwhile, at the Knock & Snitch Cocktail Bar, in Leg Street, on Thursday, there will be a comedy competition with six finalists ready to claim a cash prize.

The night will be finished off by Scottish comedian Rachel Jackson, who has plenty of five star shows under her belt, performing a headliner's spot.

Tickets are available via kungfupugcomedy.com or knockandrun.co.uk/collections/events