New Hitchin home but same comedy goodness

PUBLISHED: 08:41 13 January 2011

Doggett adn Ephgrave

Doggett adn Ephgrave


THE monthly fix of stand-up, music, comedy sketches and open mic pops up at its new home in Hitchin next week.

Funny men Gyln Doggett and David Ephgrave, who have held a residency at The George, are at their new home, The Croft (the former Bombora) next Thursday with their ‘Mostly’ night of revelry.

January’s line-up is as jam-packed as ever, including stand-up from Tom Goodliffe, Catie Wilkins and James Acaster, as well as acoustic guitarist Tom McDonnell.

A good bet if you’re after a young team who are steadily building their reputation.

The fun begins at 9pm and tickets are £5, available both on the door or in advance via

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