NextUp Partners Chortle Comedy Book Festival

We’re delighted to see that the team at NextUp are on board as partners for the sixth annual Chortle Comedy Book Festival, and will be streaming events live during the extended lockdown giving us all something extra to laugh about.  

Featuring live comedy, book readings and interactive chats by acclaimed comedians, the festival will run from the 15th – 22nd November 2020 and is being presented in partnership with The British Library, Waterstones and filmed live at the Bill Murray!

The line-up for the Festival includes some of our fave females who’ve taken up their pens with Laura Lexx, Grace Campbell, Lynn Ruth Miller, Esther Manito, Ariane Sherine, Helen Lederer and more!

Individual event tickets cost £7, Festival Passes cost £49 and if you’re already a NextUp subscriber keep checking your emails for an exclusive offer.

You can still watch the recorded content of the 2019 Funny Women Awards final and more on NextUp for free until the end of 2020. Follow the link here.

…OR if you fancy sitting back next week with a free bottle of fine wine to watch the Chortle Comedy Book Festival streamed exclusively in partnership with NextUp, buy a festival pass here and get a whole six months of NextUp for free, along with some other goodies.

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