You’re having a laugh! Comedy night returns to Stevenage

Colin Cole will be appearing at Jesterlarf Comedy Club at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage

Colin Cole will be appearing at Jesterlarf Comedy Club at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage - Credit: Supplied by Jesterlarf Comedy @ Gordon Craig Theatre

Looking for a good laugh? Then head over to the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage on Saturday night.

Nick Revell will be appearing at Jesterlarf Comedy Club at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage

Nick Revell will be appearing at Jesterlarf Comedy Club at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage - Credit: Supplied by Jesterlarf Comedy @ Gordon Craig Theatre

The Jesterlarf Comedy Club returns to the Lytton Way venue in Stevenage on March 24 for its monthly stint of stand-up comedy with some of the UK’s finest circuit acts.

This weekend’s show features Colin Cole, who is one of the biggest names in Australian comedy.

Well he is 6ft 7in and has appeared on practically every show Down Under!

Having conquered the US and Canada with his fast and furious delivery, mixing gags and observation, he has now turned his thoughts of global comedy domination in the UK.


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Also set to appear on Saturday night’s bill is Nick Revell.

A comedy circuit veteran, Nick has been performing stand-up since 1980 and was nominated for the Perrier Award in 1987.

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He also wrote for hit TV series Drop The Dead Donkey and Not The Nine O’clock News.

There will also be sets from Sean McLoughlin and Phil Dinsdale.

Sean has supported the likes of Ricky Gervais, Katherine Ryan and Doc Brown on tour, and made appearances on Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central.

Jesterlarf regular Big Phil Dinsdale is an ex-steel worker and will deliver his usual brand of warm and witty audience banter.

The show starts at 8.30pm and tickets cost £12.50.

• Book online at www.jesterlarf.com or call the Gordon Craig box office in 01438 363200.

You can also book online at www.gordon-craig.co.uk

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