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World record attempt for Banbury comedy night

By Sarah Edwards at

Atic in Banbury is hosting a 96 hour comedy marathon in an an attempt to beat the record for the world’s longest running comedy show.
The comedy extravaganza will start at 6pm on Thursday March 29 and run until April 2 at 6pm. To qualify for the coveted record there has to be a minimum of ten people in the audience at all times-so the venue is calling on all comedy fans to support the event.
The current record of 80 hours is held by a comedy club in Tennessee and was set in 2015. Banbury audiences will be treated to a wide range of comedy from a star studded cast including full Edinburgh shows, 15 minute routines, comedy club sets, and more. From one liners to story tellers and slapstick, there really will be something for everyone.
Tickets are £15 for a weekend pass, £5 for a day ticket which includes coffee and a bacon sandwich between 5am and 8am or £3 on the door.Tickets are also available from www.wegottivckets.com/f/11389
There is the chance to win tickets for Atic’s April comedy show and all proceeds will be donated to the Katharine House Hospice.