Hello as you can imagine we find ourselves in a somewhat crazy situation at the moment with regard to events – we need to cancel this show.
Customers will get a full refund and please contact point of sale for this, however, please bare with them as they are currently snowed under due to so many shows being cancelled. Thanks.
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.
Date: Friday 3rd April
Ben Norris: Time Out Award winner Ben is the king of razor sharp improvisation and 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 blown the roof off and left the audience buckled over with laughter.
“Hilarious…truly a sight to behold” Ed Byrne
Leo Kearse: Scottish comedian of the year and UK Pun Champion Leo Kearse delivers side-splitting tales covering such topics as being Scottish, dating, buying a train ticket and Thai toilets!
“A triumphant of outrageous and dark jokes, not pushing but gleefully running straight through the boundaries of taste and acceptability in today’s “woke” culture’ British Comedy Guide
Micky Overman: One of the most exciting new comedy talents in the country. Hailing from Amsterdam Micky moved to the UK to ply her comedy trade and was nominated for the Chortle Best Newcomer award. Her uniquely distinct style combines surgically sharp writing with a refreshing whimsy.
“Endearingly goofy yet refreshingly no-nonsense” Funny Women
Thomas Green: Australian Thomas is as engaging as he is energetic. A former school teacher who swapped the whiteboard marker for a mic, and hasn’t looked back since. He began his career by selling out his first festival run in hometown Adelaide, being nominated the following year for Best Emerging Comedy and since has only gone from strength to strength, selling out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe. A comic on the rise not to be missed.
“…Gut aching moments where you’re not sure if you can stop laughing.” Melbourne Times
Doors: 7.45pm Show: 8.30pm (finish approx 10.55pm)
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.