Sofie Hagan: Fat Jokes at Contact

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Sophie Hagan: Fat Jokes at Contact
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Sofie Hagan: Fat Jokes at Contact Theatre, Manchester 23 September 2022 Tickets from £14.00 — Book now

Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Sofie Hagan returns to Contact with Fat Jokes, a show fit to burst with big jokes and killer punchlines.

Returning to her craft of devastatingly brilliant joke writing and storytelling, Hagan has created a super new collection of fat jokes and unforgettable moments that you can split your sides at…without feeling like sh*t.

Come as you are and enjoy comedy from a self-professed “actual fat person at the top of their game”.

Sofie Hagan: Fat Jokes at Contact Theatre, Manchester 23 September 2022 Tickets from £14.00 Book now

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