A double act fusion of exotic spicy food and side splitting British comedy is on offer to cure the winter blues in Llandudno this month.

The tireless comedy guru Tudur Owen is starting as he means to go on this year, as he presents another dose of fine comedy acts taking to the stage at 3rd Space at the Great Orme Brewery on Saturday, January 27.

Joining the North Walian comedy dynamo will be the fearless and bold comic Kane Brown, bringing his fast-paced comedy elements to all facets of his performance giving a truly natural and versatile way of interacting with the audience.

Following up are Grumpy old cockney Brian Damage and his glamorous assistant Krysstal, who present an unconventional comedy act punctuated by occasional silly songs, the odd bit of Spanish dancing and loads of belly laughs.

The vaudeville duo first met at the Edinburgh Festival in 2000, and have since taken their baggage - and instruments - and emptied it on stages at Glastonbury, London Comedy Festival and even down under at the Adelaide Comedy festival.

As well as an evening of gut busting comedy, 3rd Space are pairing the performances with a Middle Eastern pop-up street food menu.

The 3rd Space Comedy Night starts at 9pm, and the pop-up street food will be available just before the show from 6.30pm until 8.30pm on Saturday, January 27. Tickets are £10 and are available by visiting 3rdspace.wales.