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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 17th 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 very best acts 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.

Date: Friday 7th February

Marcus Birdman : Regarded as one of the best headline acts in the country whose witty, controversial, topical and silly style saw him nominated as Best International act by the New Zealand Comedy Guild and commissioned by Netflix for a comedy special.

‘Energetic, engaging… thought-provoking and funny’ The Stage

Dan Evans : Original, surreal and inventive comedy from this brilliant unsung hero of the comedy circuit. Dan is the master of silly gags and the ridiculous. He has also penned 2 novels as well as writing for Milton Jones, Rory Bremner’s ‘Who Else’ (Channel 4) and ‘The Joan Rivers Posistion’ (Channel 5)

‘Acres of proper jokes of the kind that won’t date’ The Guardian

Michael Legge : Whimsical and furious in equal measure, Legge’s impassioned material administers a delightful dose of vitriol in his unique high octane style.

He’s co-collaberator with Robin Ince in Righteous Ire, Pointless Anger.

‘Often copied, never matched’ Time Out

Dougie Dunlop : stylish comedian who effortlessly delivers hilarious routines to what may appear on the surface as mundane everyday observations but in Dougie’s skilled comedy hands unfold into rib tickling absurd comedy dramas.

‘A joy to watch’ The Scotsman


Doors:
7.45pm  Show: 8.30pm (finish approx 10.55pm)
Tickets: £13 +£1.50 booking fee
Age: 16+ parental advisory
Box Office: Cambridge Junction 01223 511 511 or on-line click here

 Management Disclaimer: Please note- that while we make every effort to keep the line-up’s on this website up to date, shows can change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances and commitments of artists. Please note that customers are buying tickets to a mixed bill show and not specific acts, therefore in the event of an act unable to appear no refund will be issued.

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