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Corn Hall Comedy Club – June

Venue: The Corn Hall

Our Comedy Club is now bigger and even better! You’ll now get four top notch comics at every show.

We still have one more comic to book but already the line-up is one of our best ever and features one of the best stand ups in the country. Book this one quick!

Adam Bloom

One of Britain's most inventive comedians, Adam Bloom has performed sell-out solo shows at numerous Edinburgh Festivals as well as performing a sell-out tour of Britain and theatres and festivals around the world.

‘He's been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years. Bloom not only has meticulous, brilliant lines, but also an intense and fragile honesty’ Ricky Gervais

‘Bloom is perhaps the perfect comedian’ 5 Stars The List

Josh James

An up and coming comedian on the UK circuit who has performed on some of the biggest stages in the country, Josh James speaks of life in his native Essex, working for the family business and his hopeless dreams for the future.

‘Deceptively clever laddish jokes’ British Comedy Guide

Jeremy O’Donnell  – Compere

Mixing sharp one-liners with friendly storytelling and sparkling off the cuff wit, his observational comedy and cheeky smile has made him one of the best MCs in the business.

‘Lightning fast’ Evening Standard

Our final act on the night will be:

Steve Best

Funny, frenetic and mad, Steve Best’s unique form of slapstick comedy is backed up with astounding talent; he plays the guitar like a genius, is wonderful at magic, and fluent in Serbo-Croatian.

Steve has supported some major tours, including Frank Skinner and Omid Djalili With Frank

‘Rip-roaringly funny. See him!’ The Guardian

‘An unholy cross between Steve Martin, in his early days, Lee Evans and Fozzie Bear.’ The Sunday Times

 

Min age 18 / Food and bar from 6.30pm

‘He's been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years. Bloom not only has meticulous, brilliant lines, but also an intense and fragile honesty’ Ricky Gervais
Ricky Gervais on Adam Bloom
‘An unholy cross between Steve Martin, in his early days, Lee Evans and Fozzie Bear.’
The Sunday Times on Steve Best