Impractical Jokers come to Castle

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Two comedians from BBC3’s hidden camera show Impractical Jokers will perform stand-up at The Castle theatre in Wellingborough next week.

Paul McCaffrey and Roisin Conaty are set to appear in a one-off comedy showcase at the theatre on Thursday, May 23, at 8pm.

As a stand-up, Paul McCaffrey quickly established himself on the circuit with his likeable “everyman” persona, winning both The London Paper and Latitude new act competitions.

In 2012, Paul took his second solo stand-up show, Pills ‘n Thrills and Bellylaughs to the Edinburgh Festival to great critical acclaim.

His animated and fluid style has also been seen on BBC 3’s Russell Howard’s Good News.

Meanwhile, writer and performer Roisin Conaty, left, is known for having won the Fosters’ Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer 2010 and for having appeared on Have I Got News For You, Russell Howard’s Good News and Dave’s One Night Stand.

A spokesman said: “Her distinctive, fast-paced and engaging style of stand-up has wowed audiences at theatres and comedy festivals all over the world.”

Tickets cost £12 and they are available by calling 01933 270007 or visiting www.thecastle.org.uk.