The UK's most exciting, emerging stand up comedians from the UK's prestigious comedy circuit!
The first Wednesday of every month.
Advanced tickets: General Admission from £6, Table Tickets (Seats up to 4 people and guarantees a table) £28.
Also available on the night, a delicious plate full from Sheffield’s own amazing Street Food Chef.
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Please note: Acts are subject to change without prior notice, explicit language and imagery may be used by acts during the event and sometimes, even a bit of nudity.
Mancunian Mick Ferry is renowned as a fine purveyor of lugubrious surrealism and is established as one of the most sought after comics on the British and International comedy circuit. One of the finest acts in the country at ease bantering with a crowd but with no shortage of first-class material, Mick performs regularly at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester, as well as being sought after at comedy venues across the UK and internationally. A supremely talented and versatile performer, Mick is also an esteemed member of The Cutting Edge at the London Comedy Store; a furiously paced, topical team show in which Mick continues to hone his talent for off-the-cuff, satirical and topical comedy, wowing audiences with his spontaneous acerbic outbursts and razor sharp wit.
He scooped the prestigious Panel Prize at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards as part of Funz & Gamez for its sheer brilliance and originality. He's appeared on Live at the Apollo BBC1 and John Bishop's Only Joking and made his big screen debut came in 2009, in Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric; a hit feature film at the Cannes film festival where it was nominated for the prestigious Palm D’Or.
BEST LIVE UK STAND-UP 2013 – THE UK COMEDY AWARDS As voted by fellow comedians
BEST STAND-UP NOMINEE - North West Comedy Awards 2006
Conspiracy theorist and (now) adult Elliot Steel performs a new hour of stand up about life, the Illuminati and having to grow up fast. Fresh from his debut TV appearance on Comedy Central at the Comedy Store, catch this new show from a rising stand-up star. Leicester Comedy Festival Best Debut Show and Comedian of the Year Nominee. ‘Slick and confident storytelling’ Chortle.
Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, who’s recently finished a national tour of her show Separated at Birth and nominated for the Dublin Fringe Festival Best Performer. She has also become the new co-host of RTE’s Republic Of Telly. Joanne is a regular on Irish radio and TV and also writes for Irish Independent’s Insider Magazine and The Sunday Times.
An expert craftsman with intuitive subversive humour, geeky self-assurance and inventive writing. George has won numerous new act awards and followed in the footsteps of Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican to win the Edinburgh Fringe Laugh Off in 2015. He’s appeared on BBC Radio 4 and supported Romesh Ranganathan on tour.