sundaY 11TH JULY

show listings


1:30pm Mike Capozzola: Evil Cyborg Sea Monsters

Comedian & cartoonist Mike Capozzola's multimedia, stand up comedy show about superheroes, sci-fi and monsters!  If you're a fan of Star Trek, Star Wars, Batman, Spiderman, werewolves and time travel: teleport, fly, or beam down to this show! These things are irreverently celebrated and dissected by a pro. Mike's done the show at various theatres, comic cons, museums, comedy clubs & comedy festivals in the U.S., Europe and the U.K.  

Tickets £5 


2:45pm Alasdair Beckett-King

A new work in progress show from award-winning stand-up comedian Alasdair Beckett-King. Alasdair's 2019 show was one of the best reviewed at the Edinburgh Fringe. A true Renaissance man, ABK is 500 years old. **** "A master of comedic storytelling" (Broadway Baby)  **** "Magnificent, wonderful and hilarious" (The Wee Review)

Tickets £5 


4pm Aidan Goatley: 12 Films of Christmas

Quit your job at Nakatomi Tower, move to Bedford Falls and get ready to save Christmas with the 12 films that make comedian Aidan Goatley's festive season no matter what time of year it is. 

Let’s face it, a Christmas show in July still won’t be the silliest thing to happen this year. 

 'Pure Comic Gold' - Chortle 

Tickets £5 



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2:45pm Sam Lake: Cake

Cake is the debut hour from stand-up comedian, Sam Lake. Cake is a show about our obsession with goal setting, why we feel pressure to achieve things before a certain age. And how we behave when we don’t achieve them. Do we try and convince everyone everything’s fine?
2020 was slated to be a big year for Sam. Not only was he set to do his first solo show, he was going to get married to the love of his life, they were going to travel, he was in the middle of a muscle-building-fitness journey, they were looking at houses. Then, just like most people’s plans, everything went up in smoke around mid-March.
Using his “thoroughly engaging larger-than-life personality” (Steve Bennett, Chortle), Sam talks through stories about his relationship, his wedding plans and how sometimes great things can happen when you don’t plan for them.

Tickets £5 (Group/Table Booking)

4pm Chloe Petts: Transience (Work in Progress)

Join Chloe Petts (as seen on Dave's Hypothetical and Jonathan Ross' Comedy Club) as she presents an hour of new jokes on all manner of pertinent issues including the darts and loud snores on public transport. A show formerly known as Alpha, but curtailed by the pandemic, Chloe takes a look at her inability to enjoy anything because of an impending sense of doom that it will one day end (but funny).

"Petts... is confident, laid-back, casual – and very funny." (The Guardian)

"Inexhaustibly funny mind" (Diva Magazine)

"Compelling presence" (Steve Bennett, Chortle)

Tickets £5 (Group/Table Booking)