8pm, doors open from 7pm
Join us for one of our new Comedy Club nights in the theatre bar, with the best Stand Up’s on the touring circuit. Cabaret style seating in our theatre bar with Happy Hour prices. Bar snacks available.
Andrew Watts is pleased to have carved out a niche for himself in comedy, a tweedy mix of cricket, economic theory and very English social awkwardness. However, this year his topic couldn’t be more mainstream: parenting. As the father of an 18-month-old, he finds himself plunged into a mire of conflicting, militant advice from inflexible, judgemental experts all of whom insist they are right, with any deviation from their scripture sure to wreck his son’s life irreversibly. Or Mumsnet as it is known. Add in the myriad books Watts has read – he’s definitely a book-learning type – and you have one very bamboozled dad, who brilliantly expresses his befuddlement about the mysterious quasi-religious rituals of child-rearing. Find our more here
Highly regarded as one of the best acts to emerge from the south west in recent years, award winning stand-up comedian Luke Honnoraty burst onto the circuit in 2010 as the winner of the ‘South West New Act of the Year’ on his 3rd ever gig. Luke has gone from strength and is now performing alongside the best names in comedy in some if the UK’s best comedy clubs. Having supported the likes of Matt Richardson and Russell Kane in the past, Plus Supporting Katherine Ryan on the south west tour dates of 2014. Find out more here.
Gigging to everyone from students to the ladies of the WI this plucky 27-year-old has developed a knack of winning over any crowd with his tales of life on the outside and his observations on the minutiae of the everyday. And if that’s not your thing he also does funny accents and pulls silly faces. Find out more here.