Doors 7.30pm. Start 8.30pm. Tickets £14 online. £16 OTD.
Please note: We intend to make comedy in 2022 even better and ticket prices have risen by £2.00 as we are paying higher fees for even better comedians. That means to watch one comedian its just £3.50. Booking fees have been removed.
We’ve pulled all the stops to deliver the most exciting and the funniest comedy club in Somerset. We are throwing money at comedians (coins bruise them quite well) and the stage will be lit to show off the craziest and funniest performances you’ll ever see on the UK comedy circuit.Bought to you by CICCIC and Genius Events (the people who bring you Stand Up for Cider) this bi-monthly comedy club will exercise your chuckle muscles and deliver a great night out at CICCIC’s amazing Memorial Hall.
You’ll get the chance to see several comedians on the night along with some amazing talent from known comedians who like to test their material at comedy clubs like ours before they take it to the Edinburgh Comedy Festival.
It will be unadulterated, full of surprise and have you laughing all the way through the weekend. So why not relax in comfort, enjoy a drink or three, while we take you on a few hours journey of forgetting your worries while you dose yourself in laughter. Tickets are limited and booking is advised.
YOUR COMEDY LINEUP
MC & Comedian Danny Deegan.
With the confidence and swagger that you might expect of a North-West comedian at the very top of his game, Danny Deegan is a comedian, writer and actor who has become a regular at most of the major comedy clubs in the UK since he began performing in 2003.
Danny’s tales of mischief and the characters he creates have kept audiences all over the country enthralled as he weaves in and out of the people he has met traveling. His talent and likability coupled with his confidence make him one of the most popular acts in the North, a master at dealing with a tough crowd.
Comedian Fiona Allen
Twice Emmy winning actor and comedian Fiona Allen has been a mainstay of our TV screens over the past two decades. She has starred in various sketch shows, including “Goodness Gracious Me” and “The All Star Comedy Show“, but most famously “Smack the Pony“. Fiona has also appeared in television dramas such as “Dalziel and Pascoe”, “Coronation Street”, in “Happiness” alongside Paul Whitehouse, and on film as Sandra in the film version of the famous Viz comic strip “Fat Slags”, and Smirgut the Fierce in “Gladiatress”. Most recently she has been in that little-known soap “Eastenders”…
Fiona won a whole new generation of fans in the second series of the hit E4 teenage drama “Skins”, playing Maxxie’s mum, Jackie Oliver (her on-screen hubby was Bill Bailey). She has also played the role of Georgia Stevenson in the BBC drama “Waterloo Road”, while often appearing as herself on comedy shows like “Mock the Week” and “8 Out Of 10 Cats”.
Comedian David Hoare
David Hoare is a stand-up comedian and musician who has just won the Audience Favourite Award at the 2021 Musical Comedy Awards.
A Bristol based comedian and musician bringing utterly hilarious and unforgettable musical comedy that will leave you in stitches, and with stupid lyrics stuck in your head. He also likes Rubiks cubes for some reason.
Comic songs that will bring a smile to your face… a highly original mixture of absurd, surrealist humour… and utterly uninhibited performance.
Comedian Headline Marcel Lucont
Marcel was a series regular on two series of BBC3’s Live At The Electric, as well as appearing on Comedy Central Live From The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Set List (Sky Atlantic) and The John Bishop Show (BBC1).
He has performed several sell-out runs in Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and New Zealand, where he has also appeared on The New Zealand Comedy Festival Gala (TV3) and 7 Days (TV3). A stalwart of the Edinburgh Fringe, he was awarded the Amused Moose Laughter Award in 2012 and celebrated 10 years at The Fringe with his smash hit show No. Dix in 2019. Marcel is also the author of the hit book What We French Think of You English and Where You Are Going Wrong, which is available here.
- “Fresh, accessible and hilarious” The Guardian
- “Wonderful French wit … superb stuff … His elegant, sardonic turns of phrase are an utter joy”
- “Very funny… Quick-witted and exceedingly sharp” British Comedy Guide
- “Eloquent yet crass, charming yet arrogant. Above all, the man is hilarious. As far as comedy goes it doesn’t get much better than this” ★★★★★ The Advertiser
- Comedy Club Jan 2022
January 29, 2022
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm