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Leicester Comedy Festival: Susan Murray: How Not to Die in a Plane Crash

Leicester Comedy Festival: Susan Murray: How Not to Die in a Plane Crash

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Leicester Comedy Festival: Susan Murray: How Not to Die in a Plane Crash

Fasten your seat belts for a darkly hilarious and deliciously bumpy ride.

How Not to Die in a Plane Crash is the antidote to boring, life-affirming, feel-good motivational comedy. Come and listen to Susan's sweet dark soul as she makes you laugh and cry at the same time with her useful death defying survival tips, all wrapped up in fantastic jokes. Come and have a listen if you think you're brave enough.

"What a delightfully warm, funny, fascinating hour. I'm still terrified of flying but that made it all the better" Mark Steel

"I learned things in this show, fascinating things, and I laughed. Excellent, job done! A confident performer, with masses of stage presence. ..her treatment of the material, the structure and the performance combine to make this a great hour." One4Review ****

"Thoroughly entertaining – and scarily informative – from take off to landing" **** Bruce Dessau Beyond The Joke

Tickets £10/ £7 concessions, as part of Leicester Comedy Festival

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Kayal, 153 Granby Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6FE

Tel: +44 (0) 7989454817

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Event Date: (15 Feb 2020)
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Saturday20:10

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