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 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.


Lineup

PAUL SINHA –  is best known for his starring role in ITV’s ‘The Chase’ and ‘Beat The Chasers’ where he regularly chases down opponents in his guise ‘The Sinnerman’. He has also starred in series 8 of Taskmaster on Dave. He is a sensational stand up; he was nominated for a Perrier Award at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival and won Chortles Best Club Comic in 2014. He has appeared doing stand up on Comedy Centrals The Alternative Comedy Experience and ITV1’s Tonight At The London Palladium. He is a regular on the Radio 4 favourites News Quiz and The Now Show.

ANDY STEDMAN – one of the fastest rising musical comedians on the UK circuit! He is a hit at comedy clubs throughout the UK. With a mix of jokes, comedy songs and plenty of audience interaction he creates a real party atmosphere.

PRESIDENT OBONJO is an award winning and increasingly successful stand-up comedian. As the larger-than-life, uber-confident, self-appointed, side-splitting dictator of ‘Lafta Republic’, President Obonjo has quietly been leading a comedy revolution to become the first President to take over the comedy industry by storm!

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

Details

Friday March 4th

Cromwell Hotel, Stevenage

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm

£15pp

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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