Join us for lots of laughs and cocktails on Thursday 13th April from 7pm.

Enjoy a cocktail of your choice included in the ticket price at just £10 (ex VAT). Plus hear from a selection of local comedians. We also have our Teatime Tipple offer of any 2 cocktails for £9.95 between 4-8pm. What’s not to love! Book tickets online to guarantee your space.

Confirmed acts:

Robbie Owen
When Robbie Owen was seven years old, he won a school-wide competition entitled ‘How To Bath a Dinosaur’, and has been struggling to follow this up ever since. Once booked to open for a real comedian off the telly, the pinnacle of Owen’s comedy career was cancelled when Iain Stirling got a cold, killing with it all hope that his father may one day love him. He enjoys films starring Jason Statham, the third person, and dachshunds.

Liam Webber
LIAM WEBBER brings his patented high octane stand up/one-man-pseudo-sketch in this surreal collection of hilarious comic vignettes and stories. The So You Think You’re Funny Semi-finalist and Midlands’ Comedy Award “Best New Act” nominee is sure to leave you laughing as he pulls you down the rabbit hole into the perilous and hilarious unknown!
‘An Extraordinary performer’ – The Scotsman
‘Excitingly peculiar’ – Kate Copstick
‘Visibly unwell’ – Notts Comedy Review

Lord Illusion
Comedian·Magician·General Mischief Maker: Lord Illusion is a breakout performer from Derbyshire in the UK. Called “Hilariously Unbroadcastable” by BBC Radio Derby, Lord Illusion combines conversational comedy with mind-blowing magic and mentalism will bring you a show like no other.

Katie Mitchell
Sanguine comedian Katie Mitchell first wormed her way out of the soil and into the nation’s hearts around 18 months ago. Now, she regularly performs comedy in and around Nottingham. Her main focus is alternative comedy; improvisation, stand-up, and anything that gets her out of the cave, really.

Marshal B Anderson
Aging hippy Marshal B Anderson asks how Gilbert and Sullivan can help Donald Trump, why there are no children’s TV shows about tuna, what’s the deal with taps and how come dickheads run the world. He will answer less than all of these questions, occasionally in song.

Al Grant
Al Grant is a big, hairy, shouty man with a guitar, redolent of Mitch Benn. They say the devil has all the best tunes.
“If you like that brand of comedy where rude is funny, Grant is for you” – Broadway Baby
“Sheer Psychological Brilliance” Neil Bond – Northampton
“Scary Audience Participation, Anarchy and Filth” Simon Chadwick – West Midlands
“The thinking man’s Jerry Sadowitz” Colin – Lowestoft