The Laughter Factory is back in Abu Dhabi in 2019

Line-up revealed for the ‘New Year’s Dissolution’ tour

The Laughter Factory is back in Abu Dhabi in 2019

We can all feel a little lost after the festive season is over.

After all, there’s so much going in Abu Dhabi for Christmas and New Year, January can seem somewhat flat.

However, The Laughter Factory is back in 2019 to lift us from the New year blues.

The New Year Dissolution Tour looks like being one of the comedy club’s best ever line-ups.

Coming to Park Rotana on Wednesday, January 16 are Canadian Tom Stade, Scottish comedian of the year Larry Dean and Brit Jojo Smith.

As always, tickets are Dhs150, and are on sale now from

Stade is one of the funniest performers on the circuit, who has brought the house down on his previous visits to the UAE.

His no-holds-barred act is not for the feint-hearted, with his brash storytelling and quick-fire wit regularly making audiences jaws hit the floor.

Anyone who’s seen him before will know what we’re on about, for the initiated, check out his ‘Meat Van sketch’ to see what we mean.

Another Laughter Factory regular, Smith is also another comedian with a rich history to draw on and a wicked sense of humour.

A regular performer around the world, don’t let her charm deceive you, there’s real bite in her punchlines.

Also on the bill is Larry Dean, who is coming to the 21-year-old comedy club for the first time.

His hysterical routines about his life in Scotland have made him one of the most exciting young comedians in the UK.

If you can't wait until the new year to get your Laughter Factory fix, check out the line-up for the December 12 show here.

Dhs150. Wed Jan 16. Park Rotana Abu Dhabi, Khalifa Park area

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