Bristol Comedy Garden back for 2024 | The best of the week's live comedy

Bristol Comedy Garden back for 2024

The best of the week's live comedy

The best of the week's live comedy, picked from the thousands of events Chortle currently has listed. Use our search panel to check our full listings by date and region.

Tuesday June 11

LONDON: Up The Creek hosts a tribute to Darren Maskell, the offbeat comedian who died earlier this year at the age of 37. Fellow performers celebrating the 'delightfully daft' style of comedy he's associated with tonight include Lou Sanders, Nick Helm, Holly Burn, Mark Silcox and the Weirdo's Comedy Collective. Among many more

LONDON:There's another fundraiser at the Comedy Store, this one in aid of mental health charity Mind. The line-up includes Glenn Moore, Olga Koch, Alistair Barrie and more…

BRIGHTON: The Open Air Theatre holds a week of gigs, which should be delightful - if the weather holds out (which looks less likely as the week goes on). Performing are the likes of Sara Pascoe, Marcus Brigstocke, Maisie Adam, Zoe Lyons and Hal Cruttenden – and on opening night tonight, Jeff Innocent, Kane Brown and Stephen Grant – who comperes them all. Listings

Wednesday June 12

BRISTOL: Harry Hill, Joel Dommett, Stewart Lee, Tim Key, Sindhu Vee and Sam Campbell are among the top-flight comics coming to the big top in Queen Square this week as the Bristol Comedy Garden throws open its doors (or should that be flaps?) yet again. Bristol Comedy Garden listings

Friday June 14

NORWICH: The Maddermarket Theatre hosts a fine bill with supercilious Simon Evans, self-deprecating Felicity Ward, frank-speaking Esther Manito, and stand-up turned online satirist Matt Green.

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Published: 9 Jun 2024

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