Join us for a night of laughs with a fantastic comedy lineup! 

Ingrid Dahle

Blending her innate oddness, a love of British culture and unique physical comedy, Ingrid reached the final of So You Think You’re Funny, won Brighton Comedy Festival’s inaugural Squawker Comedy Award and took her first show to Edinburgh, all within the first 18 months of performing.

Blessed with a fiercely creative imagination, Ingrid is now involved in expanding her comedy horizons by branching out into filmed sketches, short films and a regular podcast, all the while honing her live set and bringing her distinctive brand of beautiful weirdness to a larger audience.

Kate Barron

Kate is a beloved regular at the UK’s most well-known comedy clubs; Top Secret Comedy Club, The Comedy Store, Komedia, and Frog & Bucket to name a few. She has opened for Britain's Got Talent Winner Axel Blake, Saturday Night Live’s Sam Jay and Chris Redd, Comedy Cellar Regular Nathan Mackintosh, The Late Show with James Cordon writer Eliza Skinner, and Last Comic Standing’s James Adomian to name a few.

Her delivery is that of a finely-honed instrumentalist."

Entertainment Now

Samantha Day

For nearly thirty years, Samantha was an accountant. She gave it up when, despite her best efforts, she only managed to sleep her way to the middle.  
She is 55, but looks younger because she's had a lot of work done.   Some people have said that that makes her a bad feminist.  They don't know the half of it.

Samantha's maiden name was Wise.  To this day she is the height of the hobbit, Sam Wise, out of Lord of the Rings.  

Just brilliant. Her tit material is without equal

Arthur Smith


Hosted by Karen Bayley

Karen made a name for herself early on in her career reaching the semi-final of the prestigious BBC New Comedy Awards and was later crowned the winner of the 2001 Komedia New Act prize.  She followed this by becoming the first ever female winner of the prestigious Comedy Store King Gong award as well as reaching the finals of both the BBC New Comedy Awards Showcase and Babycham Funny Women.

Delightfully saucy, her friendly and confident stage presence, combined with a killer wit, an infectious giggle and some devastating one-liners make her a comedic force to be reckoned with a warm and welcoming with a delightfully saucy and spiky edge, her bold, no nonsense attitude strikes a perfect pitch with men and women alike.


Event: Thursday 14 March, 8:00pm
Bar Open: 7.00pm
Tickets: £14 full / £5 young person (aged 18-25)

Please note this show may contain adult themes and language.

In the past two and a half decades we have proudly played host to the likes of:

Jimmy Carr, Micky Flanagan, Bill Bailey, Harry Hill, Ross Noble, Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Gary Delaney, Ed Byrne,
Andy Parsons, Milton Jones, Al Murray, Lee Mack, Shappi Khorsandi, Graham Norton, Catherine Tate, Matt Lucas, Reg Hunter, Omid Djalili, Hal Cruttenden, Russell Kane, Phil Wang, Andrew Maxwell, Henning Wehn, Sarah Millican, Tim Vine, Rob Rouse, Justin Lee Collins, Paul Sinha, Dominic Holland, Phil Nichol, Ricky Grover, Simon Brodkin, Bob Mills, Mark Thomas, Rob Newman, Doc Brown, Paul Foot, Kerry Godliman, Gina Yashere, Daniel Kitson, Nina Conti, Pete Firman, Lucy Porter, Marcus Brigstocke, Stephen Merchant, Lee Hurst, Stephen K Amos, Jo Caulfield, Mackenzie Crook, Josie Long, Paul Chowdhry, Rufus Hound,Terry Alderton, Charlie Chuck, Norman Lovett, Bobby Davro, and the late great Sean name but a few 



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