Brand new shows from John-Luke Roberts and Spencer Jones at The Greenbank! For tickets click here.
"Fantastically ornate but deeply silly brand of comedy, dripping with absurd puns and utterly unexpected left turns." - The Guardian on John-Luke Roberts.
"Punch you in the gut funny... Possibly the nicest, funniest, silliest, most heart-warming hour you can have this August' **** - Scotsman on Spencer Jones
Danielle Ward and Ellen Waddell present new shows as part of a week of previews at The Greenbank. For tickets click here.
Two-time Chortle Award nominee, former BBC New Comedy Award Runner-up, and Sony Radio Award Winner, Danielle has written for The News Quiz, The Now Show, and Harry Hill's TV Burp, she's also appeared on Newswipe with Charlie Brooker.
Ellen Waddell is a writer, director, and performance artist who spent most of twenties being a “rock star” in Los Campesinos! Ellen has written comedy and opinion pieces for McSweeney’s, MTV, Nerve.com, Bust magazine, The 405 and Forces Of Geek, and took her debut show to Edinburgh in 2014.
New stuff from Josie Long and Grace Petrie as part of our summer preview week at The Greenbank. Click here for tickets.
Thrice nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award, Josie Long joins us for a Work In Progress show. One of our favourite humans!
Grace Petrie is a songwriter, activist and performer who has toured with the likes of Emmy the Great, Billy Bragg and Robin Ince. She is a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4’s the Now Show.
Previews at The Greenbank from Adam Hess and Holly Burn.
Last year Adam Hess was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe, and if you caught him in Bristol back in March you'll know why. Will his new show be even better than the last? We wouldn't bet against it.
Holly Burn unveils her latest comic creation ahead of her return to Edinburgh. James Acaster called her "One of my favourite acts to watch ever", and she was Stewart Lee's Fringe Recommendation 2015.
Brand new comedy brilliance from Nish Kumar and Pat Cahill at The Greenbank. Get your tickets here.
Nish was nominated for the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award last year, and you might have seen him on Have I Got News From You or Live at the Apollo since then. A comedian at the top of his game.
Pat Cahill's joyfully silly comedy was named as one of Time Out's favourite shows of last year. What's he doing this year? Come and find out.
We're back on the Farm this summer with a peachy line up that includes Spencer Jones, Fern Brady and Stuart Goldsmith, along with late night madness from Comedians Cinema Club and Bristol Bad Film Club.