Apehangers Comedy Club (via Procaffienate Leamington Spa)
We're back with a whole barrel of comedy goodness for you!
Yes, you (and you're friends of course)!
Featuring the exuberant Jim Smallman, the musical tomfoolery of Jay Foreman and compered by one of our all-time favourites - the splendidly funny Jon Wagstaffe!
Do note that line ups may be subject to change
Jay Foreman is an award winning musical comedian whose songs have been heard on BBC Radio 4, Radio 4 Extra, The One Show, London Live TV and Dave Gorman's UK/Ireland tour. Jay provides a devilishly cheeky hour of songs, poems and comedy for children of all ages and he regularly sells out entire runs at the Edinburgh Fest
With dark humour and wordplay reminiscent of Roald Dahl, he should more often than not grab the attention of even the most reluctant child..
My fellow child-wranglers laughed happily, probably even louder than their enthralled kids.
Disturbingly catchy... my daughter was still singing about caterpillar sick right up until bedtime!
Winner of ITV's Show Me The Funny, this half-Iranian, half-Middlesborough comic is a rising star on the comedy circuit. Full of an insatiable lust for life, his exuberant comedy greets theaudience like a sex-starved spaniel would greet a trouser leg.
A natural-born performer, he exudes charisma from the stage (and often off it, when hescuttles into the crowd...!)
'High energy and conviction, his material is great; he's going to go far'
The Sunday Times
'Omid Djalili meets Dave Allen'
'Monahan possesses the rare ability to be hilarious withoutbeing outrageous'Three Weeks
Jon is Tewkesbury's finest and only stand-up comic. His take on modern life will have any audience in fits of laughter. He is also devilishly good-looking and has beautiful hair.
A naturally sharp & funny comedian, fresh like everything fromTewkesbury.
Very energetic, bombastic contagious humour.–Voodoo
Jim Smallman is a comedian, writer, podcaster, voice artist, wrestling promoter and some other things. As a comedian, he works regularly for all the major clubs in the UK and around the world. With his stand-up work, he has headlined comedy tents at music festivals like Download and Sonisphere, and has won awards in the US. His shows at the Edinburgh Fringe include 2009’s The Boy Next Door Gone Wrong(also winner of Best Comedy Performance and Best International Show at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe in LA, and nominated for best debut show at the 2009 Leicester Comedy Festival); 2011’s Tattooligan,2012’s Let’s Be Friends, and 2015’s My Girls, which was nominated for Best Show at the 2015 Leicester Comedy Festival, enjoyed a near sold-out run at the fringe and was filmed in front of 200 comedy fans in London during June 2016.