Venue: Cambridge Junction. Clifton Way. Cambridge. CB1 7GX
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Friday 1st October. 2021
Doors: 7.15pm Show: 8.00pm
Tickets: £14 + £1.50 booking fee
Box Office: Cambridge Junction 01223 511 511 or on-line CLICK HERE
Limited number of reserved cabaret tables for group bookings between 6-8 people available. All other seating is unreserved.
The Jesterlarf Comedy Club and Cambridge Comedy Festival present something different to the usual club show and host “The Lost Summer – All New Variety Pack” for an evening of stand-up and cabaret to tickle your funny bones.
Peter Perke’s BINGO
This is no normal Bingo night out!
Get on board Perké’s spinning wheel of 1970’s bingo fun!!!
He’ll entertain you with his quick gags, retro balls, cheesy games, velvetastic voice and lounge wear to match and you’ll even get the chance to take home an authentic 1970’s prize… well, that’s if you win!!
Time Out Award winner Ben is the king of razor sharp improvisation and a word play maestro. The term circuit legend is overused, but Norris is one of a handful that have been headlining for more than two decades and rarely departs a stage without blowing the roof off and leaving the audience buckled over with laughter. He’s also recently released a new comedy album ‘Moral Vacuum’ collaborating with his old bandmates from teenage Punk band ‘Stigmata Club’.
“Hilarious…truly a sight to behold” Ed Byrne
“A wonderful disgrace of a human being” Daniel Kitson
Straight-talking down to earth comedian whose cynical Wolverhampton wit could fell a rhino at 1000 paces and whose top quality gags and dark observations create a richly funny picture of 21st-century womanhood and has seen her style described as a cross between Frankie Boyle and Julie Walters.
“A feisty comedy fireball of fun” Time Out
“Susan’s baffled everywoman persona cloaks a dry, intelligent wit” Stewart Lee
A circuit veteran for 30 years who’s been nominated for the Outstanding Achievement in Comedy Award alongside her tutoring at the famous Jackson’s Lane Comedy Workshops where Micky Flanagan was one of her students.
Charmian studied clowning under Philippe Gaulier and Theatre de Complicite but was unable to uphold the mime vow of silence so ran away to play stand-up comedy clubs and festivals throughout the nation entertaining everyone from members of the Houses of Parliament to ‘Lifers’ in prison (not to be confused).
“Poster girl for the natural sexagenarian and time spent with her is a genuine joy” The Scotsman
“Brilliant! A comedian to take home to meet your mother, particularly if she’s been annoying you” Time Out
Brian Damage & Krysstal
Musical ‘off the wall’ double act whose hilarious noodlings and ridiculously silly satire are performed with intangible panache, subtlety and quintessential British humour. Stalwarts of the alternative non mainstream comedy circuit for eons and as likely to ever appear on a prime time TV comedy shows as you have of winning the jackpot Lotto 2 weeks running!
Brian’s a proper moody b*****d… depressed, desperate, down-on-his-luck and browbeaten by the disappointments of the world around him but worry not he’ll mange to find some loser lower down the social order than himself to raise his own battered esteem and belt out with an almost palpable joy and cheerless cheer his many comic songs and wry gags alongside proudly boasting he’s the owner of ‘London’s second worst comedy club’
“Legendary… Brian Damage and top strangely straight-woman Krysstal… are a one off cross-genre act but they have echoes of The Bonzos, the heyday of music hall and some rather seedy country and western club… I laughed like a drain” Chortle
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.