Join us for some of the best and brightest comedy around – a chance to see both established and upcoming acts, handpicked for a guaranteed great night.


MC Joe Bor

Joe Bor Joe has been a comedian for 12 years and has worked as tour support for Jack Whitehall and Alistair McGowan, as well as a TV warm-up for some of the biggest TV shows in the country including The Graham Norton Show, Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, Still Open All Hours and Alan Carr Chatty Man. He has recently starred in BuzzFeed's hugely popular online series "Worth it U.K."

Nigel NG

Nigel Ng is a Malaysian stand-up comedian based in London. He made his TV debut in 2018 on Comedy Central in Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central, shortly followed by Roast Battle. He had an incredible debut run at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his sell out show Culture Shocked, and to top it off, was nominated for the prestigious Best Newcomer award. He also makes content for Instagram and YouTube. Check them out and follow/subscribe!

"Holds the stage with smiling ease and impressive skill" - The Times

"He almost had audience members rolling on the floor laughing, with several at least half out of their seats. This is observational humour at its best." - Voice

Mark O'Sullivan

Mark O'Sullivan is a fantastic comedian and actor. His most recent credit is as the leading role and writer for popular and laugh-out-loud Channel 4 show 'Lee and Dean'.

"One of the funniest shows on TV" - Guardian

"Worth a place alongside #Fleabag and #BackToLife" - Heat Magazine

"Razor-sharp script... light, shade, heart, wit, fizzing banter" - Radio Times

“Cleverly crafted comedy brilliance” - The Observer

Paul F Taylor

The award winning Paul F Taylor is a one of the UK’s most original and distinctive stand-up performers. His unique brand of humour fuses quirky offbeat one liners with surreal and observational flights of fancy to fantastical effect.

"Wildly entertaining and absolutely funny"Chortle

"Relentlessly daft absurdism"The List

"An enticing, dizzying prospect, who whips through a welter of daft, Harry Hill-like ideas and diversions and chucks characters around with the agility of the Pajama Men." The Independent

“An impressive knack for both observational wit and quirky flights of fancy.”The Evening Standard

Ages 16+

Date: Fri 30 Jan

Tickets: £10

Please note – likely to contain strong language and adult content. Unreserved seating, tables can be reserved via bar/Box Office for those dining.