We’ve teamed up with Castle Comedy to bring you a brilliant night of stand up comedy from some of the best comics in the UK! 

The date for your diaries is Friday October 22nd at the beautiful Swan Hotel in Bedford.

The show features a packed line up of top-quality names providing a brilliant night of laughter whilst raising funds to support those affected by cancer in the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.


NATHAN CATON – His charismatic and laidback style of stand-up has seen him quickly establish himself on the comedy circuit. Regarded as one of the best young comics in the UK Nathan’s award-winning
combination of personal and topical anecdotes has led to appearances on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Russell Howard’s Good News and The Channel 4 Comedy Gala. He also has his own BBC Radio 4 sitcom ‘Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing’ and Comedy Central series ‘The Nathan Caton Show’

OLAF FALAFEL – is a Swedish comedy sensation and multiple award winner. In 2019 he won Dave’s Best Joke at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival! With a unique mixture of one-liners and Scandinavian-
tinged stories he has earned the purely fictitious title of Sweden’s eighth funniest comedian. A mixture of audience interaction and jokes worthy of Milton Jones.

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.

PAUL REVILL – He is an award winning comedian and one of the most likable acts on the UK comedy circuit.

“This bright sparky chappy was a real quick witted geezer……a true
professional” ★★★★★ Arts in Leicestershire


Friday 22nd October

Swan Hotel, Bedford

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm


Please bring ticket confirmation for entry. No ticket, no entry.

Terms and Conditions

Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets refundable up to 48 hours prior to event, subject to booking fee.
There may be the use of explicit language by performers during their act.

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