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Cambridge Junction

Venue: Cambridge Junction. Cambridge Leisure Park. Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX

Friday 4th May

Ian Stone: Co-host on BBC 5 Live’s Fighting Talk and core member of the topical news show The Cutting Edge. One of the most talented topical acts in the country and ranked amongst the top ten stand-ups in the UK by The Independent and voted 2017 Comics Comic.

‘The type of comedy that leaves you giddy on the highest high…the man is a genius’ Broadway Baby

Tom Ward: one of the most original and distinctive acts in the country. A finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award and voted Club Comic of the Year with a hilarious spaced-out, sometimes poetic sideways take on the world and a terrifying haircut!

Erich McElroy: Seattle comedian with a great outsiders view on British life and he playful prods our quirky cultural sensibilities.

‘American at birth but British at heart’ Three Weeks

Clint Edwards: Cheeky banter from the Rhod Gilbert radio show co-host who’s a talented wordsmith and joke teller.

 ‘All pizzazz and charm’ Wales On Line

Venue: Cambridge Junction. Cambridge Leisure Park. Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX.
Telephone: 01223 511 511
Doors: 7.45pm  Show: 8.30pm  Show finishes: 10.55pm
Tickets: £13.50 (includes £1.50 booking fee)
Box Office: 01223 511 511
Online: Cambridge Junction or Cambridge Live Tickets

Limited cabaret table seating available for bookings of 6 or more people (tables seat 8 max)
Tables can be booked in advance once tickets have been purchased from the box office- add a table reservation to your on-line booking or please ask box office staff when booking. These always sell out, so early booking is recommended.

Management Disclaimer: Please note; 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.

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Cambridge Junction

Venue: Cambridge Junction. Cambridge Leisure Park. Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX

Friday 1st June

Ninia Benjamin: A tour-de-force of comedy… she’s outrageously rude but above all side splittingly funny. Ninia was catapulted to stardom as one third of BBC2′s 3 Non-Blondes and has appeared on numerous TV shows but it’s on the live stage where her comedy talents really shine.

‘Bombastic! Scorchingly funny’ Evening Standard

Duncan Oakley: An infectious mix of musical comedy and stand-up that’s silly, rude, playful and downright hilarious.

‘Leaps between stupidity and pure brilliance’ Yorkshire Evening Post

Colin Chadwick: Rising star and Irishman Colin is quickly establishing himself as one of the best new joke writers on the circuit. He was shortlisted for the RTE New Comedy Awards and the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards in 2013 and is a regular contributor to Radio 4 Extra’s Newsjack.

‘His quirky punch lines come thick and fast’ Broadway Baby

Susan Murray: Compere for the show whose straight-talking down to earth style creates a richly funny picture of 21st-century womanhood.

‘A feisty comedy fireball of fun’ Time Out

Venue: Cambridge Junction. Cambridge Leisure Park. Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX.
Telephone: 01223 511 511
Doors: 7.45pm  Show: 8.30pm  Show finishes: 10.55pm
Tickets: £13.50 (includes £1.50 booking fee)
Box Office: 01223 511 511
Online: Cambridge Junction or Cambridge Live Tickets

Limited cabaret table seating available for bookings of 6 or more people (tables seat 8 max)
Tables can be booked in advance once tickets have been purchased from the box office- add a table reservation to your on-line booking or please ask box office staff when booking. These always sell out, so early booking is recommended.

Management Disclaimer: Please note; 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.

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Cambridge Junction

Venue: West Road Concert Hall. 11 West Road. Cambridge. CB3 8DP

Please not this show is NOT at Cambridge Junction

Austentatious: The Improvised Jane Austen Novel

Date: 17th October

Doors 7pm. Show 8pm 

Tickets £16.50/£15 concessions + £2 booking fee

Age: 12 + parental advisory 

Box Office: Cambridge Live Tickets 01223 357 851 or on-line CLICK HERE 

Austentatious is saddling the horses for a Grand Tour of the United Kingdom!

Austentatious is an improvised comedy play starring a cast of the country’s quickest comic performers (Rachel Parris, Joseph Morpurgo, Amy Cooke-Hodgson, Andrew Hunter Murray, Cariad Lloyd, Charlotte Gittins, Daniel Nils Roberts & Graham Dickson) Every single show the cast conjure up a brand new ‘lost’ Jane Austen novel based on nothing more than a title suggested by the audience.

The show comes fresh from six sellout runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, a monthly residency in London’s West End and a BBC Radio 4 special to mark the bicentenary of Austen’s death. Now their show will be appearing at theatres across the country to entertain and astonish audiences in equal measure.

Previous ‘lost’ masterpieces have included Sixth Sense & SensibilityDouble 0 Darcy and Mansfield Shark, and no two shows are ever the same. Performed in period costume with live musical accompaniment, this is a Regency treat guaranteed to delight Austen novices and die-hard fans alike.

 ★★★★★ “Ridiculously silly…wickedly funny” –The Times

★★★★ “A joy to behold” The Guardian

★★★★ “Supersmart and terrifically funny” The Scotsman

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Cambridge Junction

Venue: West Road Concert Hall. 11 West Road. Cambridge. CB3 8DP

Please not this show is NOT at Cambridge Junction

Date: 1st Nov

Doors 7pm. Show 8pm (120 mins including interval)

Tickets £19 + £2 booking fee

Age: 14 + parental advisory adult content

Box Office: Cambridge Live Tickets 01223 357 851 or on-line CLICK HERE 

David O’Doherty: YOU HAVE TO LAUGH
Unlock your mind bra’s David O’Doherty is back on tour with a brand new show made up of talking and songs played on a crappy keyboard from 1986.
As seen on BBC2’s Live At The Apollo and Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

David O’Doherty is a multi-award-winning comedian, author and musician, with a real emotional depth at the core of his seemingly fanciful material.

First nominated for the Best Newcomer Award in 2000 for his show The Story of the Boy Who Saved Comedy, David went on to win the main Edinburgh Comedy Award (formerly Perrier Award) in 2008 for Let’s Comedy.

He’s also a successful children’s author, publishing his first book Ronan Long Gets It Wrong in 2000 followed by100 Facts About Pandas and 100 Facts About Sharks. His current trilogy Danger Is Everywhere: SCHOOL OF DANGER was nominated for the Scholastic Laugh Out Loud Book Award.

“He has a warm, lovable personality and draws the audience in with his quick-fire delivery” British Theatre Guide

 “Has the air of being amiable, carefree and shambolic, which disguises some subtly clever writing. Quietly marvellous songs…Delightful, expertly told anecdotes, rich in descriptive prose” Chortle

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Cambridge Junction

Venue: West Road Concert Hall. 11 West Road. Cambridge. CB3 8DP

Please not this show is NOT at Cambridge Junction

 

Tom Allen : Absolutely

Date: 12th December

Doors 7pm. Show 8pm 

Tickets £15 + £2 booking fee

Age: 14+ (Parental Guidance) Likely to be swearing and adult content

Box Office: Cambridge Live Tickets 01223 357 851 or on-line CLICK HERE 

 

Tom Allen’s unique style of sharp, acerbic wit and camp, riotous storytelling has seen him sell out shows all over the country.

Due to phenomenal demand the tour has now been extended into the autumn of 2018.

 

As seen on Mock The Week, The Royal Variety Performance, The Bake Off: The Professionals, Comedy Roast Battle, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live at the Apollo, The Great British Bake Off’s Extra Slice, The John Bishop Show, Virtually Famous, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala at the O2 and heard on Radio 4’s Just a Minute.

 

‘Beguiling…the sky dexterity of his delivery has you hooked’ The Telegraph

 

‘Riotous stuff, perfectly delivered’ ★★★★ Scotsman

 

‘Gives the tradition of camp comedy a firmly 21st century twist’ The Guardian

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