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Comedy

Lyme Regis Comedy Club with Stephen Carlin

Saturday 16 November 2019

Our regular comedy night sees a headline set from Stewart Lee’s support act Stephen Carlin. Tom Glover is the resident compere, with support from Josh Pugh and James Cook.

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Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £8.00
On the door £10.00

10% off for members

Unreserved Seating

Tickets available in person from Lyme Regis and Bridport Tourist Information centres and over the phone on 01297 442138.

Booking fee may apply.

Our regular comedy night sees a headline set from Stewart Lee’s support act Stephen Carlin. Tom Glover is the resident compere, with support from Josh Pugh and James Cook.

Chosen as one of Stewart Lee’s “Ten Best Stand Up Comedians Ever” he has also supported Stephen Merchant, Tom Stade & Felix Dexter on their national tours. He has also featured on “The Alternative Comedy Experience” and BBC Radio Four’s “Andrew O’Neil: Pharmacist Baffler”. Stephen has performed across the world in New York, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Poland, and Luxembourg.

“If this man isn’t a household name in five years time, the world is even more lacking in justice than we could have feared.” ~ The Scotsman. 

“The material is sharp and original.” ~ The List 

“Stephen Carlin is fast establishing himself as one of the most distinct and funny new comedians in Britain.” Chortle 

English Comedian of the Year 2016 Josh Pugh won a gong show in his first ever gig and has been wowing audiences with his off-beat quirky comedy ever since. 

“Finds laughs in unusual places” ~ Chortle

“Pleasingly off the beaten track” ~ The Londonest

James Cook has performed two shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Adventures on Air was about his life as a radio presenter which saw him go onstage with A-ha, presenting Lenny Henry with his Walk Of Fame Star and be a guest judge on the Dancing On Ice tour at the Nottingham Arena in front of 10,000 people.

James won a Spike Milligan award for being the funniest person in the Midlands in 2003 and ever since has been a firm favourite on the UK comedy scene.

“the future Frank Skinner” Birmingham Metro

shows scant regard for the hackneyed conventions of stand-up” ~ The Scotsman