Win a luxury break at the Cambridge Comedy Festival | Boutique camping... and 150 comedians!

Win a luxury break at the Cambridge Comedy Festival

Boutique camping... and 150 comedians!

Some of the biggest names in stand-up are playing the Cambridge Comedy Festival this summer – a three-day open-air festival across five stages, with camping options.

And we’ve teamed up with the organisers to offer one lucky Chortle reader a weekend family ticket with top-of-the-range glamping in this fantastic competition.

Comics including Dara O Briain, Tom Allen, Rob Beckett, Milton Jones, Nina Conti, Reginald D Hunter and Al Murray are among the 150-plus acts playing the event from July 9 to 11.

The event is set in the East Anglia countryside on a site that even features a freshwater swimming lake. There will be four stages, from the main area with a massive LED screen, a landscaped ampitheatre with bench seating, a Glade Stage in the woods and a performance area in the lake - where audiences can watch from the banks or swim up for a front-row seat. Finally, a marquee will be dedicated to kids.

Other acts performing include Mark Watson, Gary Delaney, Ed Byrne, Rosie Jones, Seann Walsh, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Hal Curttenden, Darren Harriot and Nabil Abdulrashid.

The full schedule is available on the Cambridge Comedy Festival website.

Our winner and their family (two adults and two children) will stay in the top-end five-metre bell tent in the boutique camping area with posh loos and showers – a package worth £540.

Bell tent

However there are options at all prices, such as £30 for the Friday-night comedy-line up alone or £136.50 for the full weekend of comedy plus campsite access. They are available here.

To stand a chance of winning this amazing prize, answer the following question by 10am on June 7, when  we will select the winner at random from all the correct answers received. Usual terms and conditions apply.

Good luck!

Published: 19 May 2021

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