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February 13, 2013

Comedy Show

PLAISTOW —The PTSA will host a Comedy Show on Thurs., February 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Art Center at Timberlane High School, Plaistow, to raise money for PTSA programs such as scholarships and the Reflections Art competition.

Students from the Timberlane Comedy Club will perform along with Comedy Central headliner Robbie “Best Comedian in Boston” and is one of the funniest comics in the business mixing pitfalls of getting older, being a husband and father to the absurdities of adulthood. His high energy keeps audiences laughing from start to finish.

Tickets for this hilarious PG-13 show are just $5.00! These shows fill up fast so get your tickets early, contact Michael Smith at Timberlane High School, any member of the Timberlane Comedy Club or the TRHS PTSA at 603-362-4308 or ddcoryea@aol.com. Enjoy the Show!

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