Cambridge Junction


Venue: Cambridge Junction, Clifton Way, Cambridge, CB1 7GX (located at the Cambridge Leisure Park next door to the Travelodge Hotel)


Jesterlarf Comedy Club
The club returns for it’s monthly shenaningans – presenting only the very best comedians and hottest emerging talent in the country. Now in its 16th year which has seen the likes of Micky Flanagan, Sara Millican, Michael McIntyre, Kevin Bridges, Sara Pascoe and many more famous faces perform at the club, you can be sure to catch the best and possible future stars of tomorrow at our shows.

We have limited table seating for groups of 6 or more customers – these can be booked through the on line booking system when booking your show tickets.

Gary Delaney: Ranked alongside Milton Jones as one of Britain’s Grandmasters of the deadpan one-liner and combined with his razor sharp wit he has more quality jokes in his set than many comics have in their entire career. He’s a regular on Mock The Week and takes a break from his sold out UK tour to appear at the club.

Steve N Allen: Steve currently stars in BBC2’s satirical comedy show The Mash Report as “Tom” on the news desk. His humorous and chatty style effortlessly shifts from relatable anecdotes to topical commentary.

Rosie Jones: Rosie’s a comedian with a penchant for being mischievous. Her cerebral palsy doesn’t slow her down in the slightest. Rosie has appeared on Last Leg and 8 Out Of 10 Cats and off stage she’s a prolific comic writer having penned for Last Leg, 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Would I Lie To You. Catch her before she wobbles her way to stardom!

George Lewis: Following in the footsteps of of Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican to win the Amused National New Comic Award at the Edinburgh Fringe. He has since won a bunch of other titles, including runner-up in the BBC New Comedy Award. He’s supported Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett and you can currently catch George on the new Stand Up Sketch Show on ITV.

Date: Friday 6th December
7.45pm  Show: 8.30pm (finish approx 10.55pm)
Tickets: £12 +£1.50 booking fee
Age: 16+ parental advisory
Box Office: Cambridge Junction 01223 511 511 or on-line click here