Friday Night Comedy
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Star of Comedy Central at the Comedy Store and Radio 1‘s Comedy Lounge. His Comedy Store clip went viral earning over 2 millionv views. Elliot is one of the youngest but most talented new comedians, who received a nomination for his debut show at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival and made his Edinburgh Festival solo show debut in 2016 with the acclaimed ‘Netflix 'n' Steel’ show. He was a runner up in the final of So You Think You’re Funny competition at the Edinburgh Festival in 2014 and has impressed crowds at Latitude, V and Reading Festivals. His easy laid back style makes audiences quickly warm to his funny tales as a lad growing up in Croydon. '... Steel has a good rhythm... demonstrates nifty storytelling skills... is slick and confident in his delivery' (Steve Bennett, Chortle).
See 8 tour dates featuring Elliot Steel
Carl started performing stand-up regularly in the early part of 2005 and quickly established himself as one of the most exciting new comics climbing the comedy ladder. His confident, conversational style and childish sense of humour has seen him become a regular at clubs all over the country including various universities as part of the Avalon Comedy Network. He won the 2007 Chortle Award for the best newcomer and the 2007 Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year Award. 'Carl Donnelly effortlessly intertwines storytelling and observational humour with honed improvised skills' (www.comedy.co.uk) 'A ludicrously funny hour... effortless and utterly captivating' (The Skinny) 'This degree of innate comic talent is a rare and beautiful thing. Not to be missed' (Broadway Baby) 'One of the most engaging and bendy-minded comics on the circuit' (The Guardian) 'He's a remarkable talent – a relaxed, easygoing anecdotalist with an eye for funny details. An hour in his company is a true delight' (Time Out). Carl Donnelly was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2016.
See 23 tour dates featuring Carl Donnelly
Highly-acclaimed Geordie stand-up comedian with numerous TV and radio credits to his name. An expert in the delivery of in-yer-face comedy, Dave's high-energy routine has left audiences around the globe gasping for breath and crying with laughter. In 1989 Johns’ launched the Comedy Café on Westgate Road and invited the emerging Jack Dee and Jo Brand to appear, but realising they needed an MC stepped-up and did it himself. Finding he was rather good at it and pricing tickets at £3.75 including soup and a bun, the club became a city hot spot and Dave went on to host many more comedy stars including Eddie Izzard, Steve Coogan, Harry Hill and nervous 14 year old lad called Ross Noble who went on to do rather well for himself. Johns became a successful comedian, touring throughout the UK, a regular with the Comedy Store Players and appearing on much loved TV shows like Never Mind the Buzzcocks and 8 Out of Ten Cats. 'He performs comedy's greatest magic, simply by being himself. A genuinely funny, engaging performer' (Glasgow Herald) 'He shifts from the sublime, to genius, to uproar in the blink of an eye - an extremely entertaining hour' (The Guardian).
See 6 tour dates featuring Dave Johns
The Glee Club Nottingham
- British Waterways Building
- Castle Wharf, Canal Street
- NG1 7EH