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"comedy" related travel guides

Montréal from the St Lawrence River (© Perry Mastrovito/Québec Tourism)

Montréal in 48 hours

Destination: Montreal

With its mixture of French and English, ancient and modern, tradition and innovation, Montréal is North America’s most cosmopolitan city – perfect for a short break

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Culture comes free at the British Museum

London on a budget

Destination: London

London doesn’t have to be expensive - you just need to know where to look to find entertainment, shopping bargains and even spa treatments that are easy on your pocket

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Nightlife in Bath: a cultural guide

Destination: Bath

Lovies, laughter-louts and lounge lizards can all find something to scratch their cultural itch in Bath.

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The Udderbelly at Bristo Square

Comedy, history and culture: Edinburgh in August

Destination: Edinburgh

From outrageous comedy at the famous Festival Fringe to learning about a history of gruesome past deeds, Edinburgh has so much to offer in August

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Whelan's live music venue Wexford Street

Dublin nightlife: pubs, clubs and culture

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Destination: Dublin

Do you like drinking, dancing or drama? Whatever your mood, follow this guide to discover the best Dublin has to offer

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Nightlife in Brighton: stage, street and screen culture

Destination: Brighton

Brighton's cultural calendar features world-class comedy, music, theatre and dance. Oh yes – and the biggest annual arts festival in England. Edinburgh, eat your heart out.

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The Royal Mile is always busy with buskers (© Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

Edinburgh: how to ‘do the Fringe’

Destination: Edinburgh

Book now for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (3 - 27 August 2012), with 40,000 performances of 2,500 shows taking place in 260 venues in three weeks.

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Luna Park's famous big mouth entrance in St Kilda

Funny, sunny Melbourne

Destination: Melbourne

Australia’s largest cultural festival has got enough comedy to cheer up even the most depressed banker, down-in-the-mouth estate agent or nervous travel journalist

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