Our upcoming show is on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in Hungerford Rugby Club. Doors open at 19:00:00, show starts at 19:30:00.
Harry Stachini "a must-see act with oodles of onstage charm and compelling, inventive storytelling" (Spotlight Comedy Club) invites you into the worlds of a rebellious classroom, an office cubical filled with dashed hopes and an honest peep behind the curtains of a loving relationship. Sure to have "the audience in stitches with gags" (Bedfordshire News), 'Tigers Don't Cry' turns the choices we make and what we do inside out, as Harry, "a talented new comedian with some first-rate material" (Smacked Arse Comedy) explores why people do what they do.
Delving into the hilarious (often sanity threatening) world of parenthood, Tara muses on raising kids in modern UK, versus growing up in outback Australia. "Hilarious" ***** (Sun). "Very talented and very of the moment" (Stephen Fry).
Then our next night is Friday, July 12, 2019 in Hungerford Rugby Club. Doors open at 19:30:00, show starts at 20:00:00.
Iona Fortune returns to Hungerford with more outrageous advice on how to survive and prosper in the 21st century
Seven acts compete for your vote
Seven acts perform short sets and hope to get your vote to return later in the year
Rising star of the comedy circuit, Wilson Milton charms and delights with clever observation, curve ball one-liners, and funny anecdotes
Then our next night is Friday, September 20, 2019 in The Croft Hall. Doors open at 19:30:00, show starts at 20:00:00.
NB: We have a limited cash bar at this venue.
A night of professional stand-up comedy featuring:
Lauded as 'a stand out stand up'by Taking the Mic, Christian has been entertaining audiences across the country since his debut in 2016. Since then, his friendly, affable nature combined with his carefully crafted brand of incisive jokes and witty stories has seen him become a firm crowd favourite.
'sharp and crafty gagsmith, with wittily obtuse takes on ..... an impressively wide range of topics ... bringing flair and confidence to them all.' Steve Bennett
Australian comedian Arnie Pie, is an energetic and entertaining comic with a personal perspective on topics such as race, relationships and the ridiculous misspelling of tattoos.
Hailing all the way from deepest , darkest Devon, Jake Baker has twice been shortlisted for the BBC new comedy awards, and probably desrves to have won one. Charming, affable and not as innocent as he lets you believe, Jake's gentle observations on a cruel world are both hilarious and heartwarming.
Adam Bloom is one of Britain's most inventive comedians. He has performed several sell-out solo shows at the Edinburgh Festivals as well as performing a sell-out tour of Britain. He has also sold out theatres at festivals in Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Wellington & Cape Town. Adam has made five appearances at 'Just For Laughs' in Montreal. He has also written three series of 'The Problem with Adam Bloom' for BBC Radio 4.
hosted and compered by Graeme Coulam.
We have limited bar facilities at the venue (usually Hungerford Town Hall, but also the Croft Hall) so you can pre-order your first drink of the night at the same time that you book your tickets.
If you prefer not to book online, then you can get tickets by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
contact us via facebook
and give our page a like while you are there.
If you need to contact us, you can use the form on this page
We are grateful to the following local businesses for supporting this venture