WHETHER you're looking for a great date night idea, or need a good laugh to mend a broken heart, Span Arts's Valentine Comedy Club can help.

Liverpudlian comic Paul 'Silky' White will headline this comedy 'three-way', joined on the bill by the sharp wit of Sean Percival and deadpan humour of MC Kevin Dewsbury.

'Skilful and entertaining', Silky blends brilliant banter with musical comedy, and will guarantee no awkward silences for lovebirds on a first date.

With more than 20 years' experience, Silky is also well known for as a comedy gig host in his own right, and his clubs have played host to national treasures such as Sarah Millican, Kevin Bridges, Ross Noble, Jimmy Carr, John Bishop, Rob Brydon, Shappi Khorsandi, and Lucy Porter.

Stewart Lee described him as a 'far better guitar player than is required for a comedy show' while John Bishop called him "a very funny fella".

Creating comedy out of some of the hardest aspects of working class life will be Sean Percival.

From Dudley, Sean appears regularly at all the top comedy clubs in the UK, and performed at Glastonbury, Reading Festival, Download and Bearded Theory festivals amongst others.

Sean is a talented comic writer who pulls no punches - "not wacky, not surreal, just bloody funny".

MC Kevin Dewsbury's material ranges from storytelling, observations on daily life and one liners and he also has a great ability to mimic accents.

He has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in sell out shows and has supported top comics Tim Vine, Lucy Porter, Michael Mcintyre, Omid Djalili and Russell Howard.

“With a touch of early Eddie Izzard about him, both in his demeanour, delivery and look and his understated, self-deprecating humour, he was the perfect foil to the comics who followed him," said the Northampton Chronicle & Echo.

Span Arts Valentine Comedy Club takes place at 8pm tomorrow (Thursday, February 14) at Narberth Rugby Club.

Buy your ticket before 4pm tomorrow by calling 01834 869323, or clicking here.

You can also pay on the door.