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 16th 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 best and possible future stars of tomorrow at our shows.
Dave Johns: Circuit veteran and Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner Dave Johns is an improv maestro and one of the finest headline acts in the country, he’s also a regular at the Comedy Store’s famous weekly “Cutting Edge” show. In his 30 years on the comedy circuit he’s performed anywhere from a fishermen’s bar in the Arctic circle to the Montreal Comedy Festival and everywhere in between, plus performing alongside the likes of Lee Evans and Sean Lock.
For the last few years Dave has made a big splash on the big screen starring in Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake plus Brit Flick comedy capers Fisherman’s Friends and Walk Like A Panther.
“Shifting from hilarity to uproar to genius in the blink of an eye” The Guardian
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.
Peter Flanagan: One of Ireland’s top rising comedy stars…Peter is a regular at Dublin’s No1 club the Laughter Lounge, a columnist for the Irish Times and core writer for Comedy Central’s Roast Battle. Peter is a natural comedian with funny bones and his hilarious stories and deft one-liners and most definitely one to watch for the future.
George Lewis: Following in the footsteps of of Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican to win the Amused National New Comic Award at the Edinburgh Fringe. He has since won a bunch of other titles, including runner-up in the BBC New Comedy Award. He’s supported Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett and you can currently catch George on the new Stand Up Sketch Show on ITV.
Date: Friday 6th December
Doors: 7.45pm Show: 8.30pm (finish approx 10.55pm)
Tickets: £12 +£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.