The Great Big Offbeat Comedy Night

The Great Big Offbeat Comedy Night

May 2018
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This year’s Offbeat festival is bigger than ever. So big that as well as all the comedy, theatre, dance and spoken word happening at the Burton Taylor Studio and Arts at the Old Fire Station, we’re also putting on our own comedy club on the OP main stage.

Join your host Ed Gamble (Mock The Week), as he introduces TV regular Phil Wang (8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown), exciting newcomer Lauren Pattison and our headliner, the one-and-only Sara Pascoe (Have I Got News For You, QI, W1A).

Join us for evening full of belly-laughs, chuckles and LOLs. 

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Age guideline 18+

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