Treat yourself to a Saturday night of award-winning comedy at The Glee Club in Oxford with four superb stand-up comedians that will keep you laughing until Monday.
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Gray by name, but definitely not by nature. This vibrant comedian & hilarious young talent is tearing it up on the scene right now. Fast becoming a favourite with audiences all around the country, Kyrah Gray is a name to remember. Make sure you come and see her live.
Tamer is a comedian who bleeds comedy. It’s not just what he does, it’s who he is. His comedy is more than brilliant. It is deep, thoughtful, and hard-earned. Tamer’s humour is rooted in his uncommon real-life experiences and perspective on the world.
Having appeared on BBC’s Michael Mcintyre Comedy Roadshow as well as adapting his own comedy documentary for RTE, Money, Money, Money: Keith Farnan versus the Economy, Keith has just topped an outstanding eighteen months by appearing at the Montreal Just For Laughs All Access show.
Red is a critically acclaimed stand-up comedian and podcaster and is now recognised as one of the most exciting new comics in The UK. Red has appeared twice on The Stand Up Sketch Show on ITV2, is a regular joke writer for ‘Never mind the Buzzcocks’ and ‘8 out of Ten Cats’ amongst others.
A lot has happened since Nathan Caton last hit the road with his sensational The Pursuit Of Happiness tour. As ever, he’s got it all tackled in this hilarious show, covering topics such as race, politics, his passion for scented candles and being in lockdown with his girlfriend. Plus support.
Since starting stand-up in 2014, Simon Wozniak has gone on to quickly establish himself as one to watch, hotly-tipped by promoters and acts alike.
Following his debut sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, the multi-award-winning comedian and junior doctor Michael Akadiri takes his NextUp Biggest Award in Comedy nominated show No Scrubs on its first national tour.
Tamsyn is a comedian, actor and writer from Land’s End, Cornwall. Regional finalist on BBC New Comedian of the Year 2021 and finalist on Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2021. As seen and heard on BBC One, BBC Three, BBC Four, ITV 2, and BBC Radio One.
Alexandra Haddow is a freelance journalist, comedian, and one-third of the School for Dumb Women, a weekly podcast that explains things you’re too proud to admit you know nothing about.
Following a successful debut tour culminating at The Leicester Square Theatre and a recording of a sold-out hometown gig, Andrew is back with a brand new show.
Radu Isac has been a professional comedian in Romania for about 9 years, where he was known as Romania’s comedian’s comedian. In 2015 he moved to London to be known as an open-mic comedian. After about 2 years, 9 competition finals and 3 BBC appearances, Radu is proud to call himself the poorest professional comedian on the UK comedy circuit.
Slash A lot has happened to Matt Richardson since his last tour in 2013. A lot of it is quite strange. Most comedians hope to win accolades and make people laugh, very few end up with Heat Magazine’s Weird Crush trophy.
Ben Norris is a British stand up comedian who has been performing on the comedy circuit since 1993. He has appeared on a range of different television shows such as Mock the Week and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
Acclaimed stand-up comic and pro TV writer Meryl O’Rourke revels in her bitterness. She has delighted live comedy audiences and written some of the best gags on telly. She has written for The Olivier Awards, Dress To Impress and every series of New World Order.
International headline comedian, Thomas Green, used to be a member of an extremist religious cult…but then he found comedy. In a lightning strike, career-defining, epiphany moment he realised that there’s more to life than just following the flock.
Tom Wrigglesworth is an established Stand-Up comedian, Radio and TV presenter and voice-over artist from Sheffield, England, with a disarmingly charming delivery and unforgettable appearance.
Jacob Hawley is a comedian. He has written for The Sunday Times, BBC, and is a regular columnist for The Metro. Jacob has two hit podcasts, Jacob Hawley: On Drugs, and Jacob Hawley: On Love, both on BBC Sounds.
Tickets are subject to a booking fee of £1.85
Full price – £16.75
Student price – £10.50 (Dated ID required)
Minimum age: 18+
This event is for over 18s only. No refunds will be issued for under 18s. All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID to gain entry.
Doors open: 6.30pm
Last entry: 7.15pm
Seating: Unallocated seating
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