Comedy Shed 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. Line-up: MC 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." Kae Kurd Smart, sharp and brilliantly astute, Kae Kurd is a young British-Kurdish stand up making a serious name for himself. Passionate about making politics accessible to his peers, his comedy presents beautifully crafted slick routines with confident cutting edge flair. ★★★★ "Soon to be a household name" Evening Standard ★★★★"Delivers joke after rapid joke, to the point where your stomach will hurt from laughing, as well as a fresh perspective on important topics" - Broadway Baby ★★★★ "The sell-out crowd are hooked. We’re a captive audience" - The Herald Maff Brown Maff has been a support Act for Greg Davies, Andy Parsons, Terry Alderton, Michael Mcintyre, Jack Dee and Lucy Porter. He is a regular headliner and host of Comedy Store, Glees, Off the Kerb, Avalon, Highlights, Backyard, CKP Productions, CSE Military gigs as well as being the curator behind the award winning chain of Outside the Box Comedy Clubs. “Want an all out laugh-fest with gags-a-plenty? Maff is your man. A few months back I saw him tear the roof off, generating more joy, more laughter than any arena-selling comedian” - GQ Magazine “Clearly prolific writing with skilled delivery. - Chortle “Howl out loud funny and refreshingly honest” - Metro Lily Philips Lily is one of the most exciting up and coming voices in comedy in the UK. She is a Funny Women 2018 finalist and has already filmed for Comedy Central online. A native Londoner, she originally trained and worked as a professional dancer and choreographer before finding that comedy was her preferred creative outlet. ★★★★★ ‘Charming and moderately obscene’ - The Scotsman Ages 16+ Date: Thu 2 April 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.