Venue: Cambridge Junction, Clifton Way. Cambridge CB1 7GX
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Friday 7th December
Doors 7.45pm Show 8.30pm (10.55pm finish)
Now in its 16th year, Jesterlarf has seen the likes of Sarah Millican, Micky Flanagan, Kevin Bridges, Sarah Pascoe, Russell Howard, Dylan Moran and many more perform on its stage. You can guarantee you’ll catch the very best acts from the UK’s comedy club circuit and stars of TV and radio.
Please note that for this show there is no table seating…as a festive courtesy gesture everyone will get a mince pie. If you are attending with a group of friends and want to sit together we suggest arriving at 7.45pm when the doors open – if you arrive later we can’t guarantee you’ll all be able to sit together as it’s unreserved seating.
The Kagools: Having wowed audiences at this years Cambridge Comedy Festival the multi award winning physical comedy duo The Kagools retrurn to headline the show. They are undeniable purveyors of a good a time, guaranteed to bring a smile to your face with their truly unique and side-splittingly funny comedy.
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.
“Allen hits the mark, with an effusive mix of biting satire and gleeful mud-slinging that recalls Russell Howard by way of Ian Hislop” Three Weeks
Maisie Adam: One of the most talked about acts in the country whose meteoric rise in the last 18 months has seen her win the prestigious ‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ Best New Comedy at the Brighton Fringe and this year nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. Maisie’s hilarious personal material delivered with her signature self-deprecating charm recounts classic tales of youth, lairy holiday to Greece and pulling ridiculous stunts, having bad haircuts and terrible fashion sense and pulling at V festival.
Ben Van Der Velde: A sharp crafty gagsmith who’s been spreading joy and nonsense to all four corners of England, as well as the more choice bits of Wales and Scotland over the past few years. His quick with and playful audience banter is a joy.
‘Flaunted his razor-sharp wit to hilarious effect leaving the audience bent over double’ Three Weeks
Tickets: £13.50 (includes £1.50 booking fee)
16+ Likely to be swearing and adult content
Management Disclaimer: Please note; while we make every effort to keep the line-ups on this website up to date, shows can change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances and commitments of artists.
Limited cabaret table seating available for bookings of 6 or more people – tables can be booked in advance once tickets have been purchased from the box office – add a table reservation to your online booking or please ask box office staff when booking.