The mighty Bristol Comedy Garden returns to Queen square (14 - 18 June) with arguably its finestline-up to date. Headlining the Big Top this summer will be Ross Noble, one of the most successful cult comedians of our time, award-winning treasure Greg Davies, the hugely popular Last Leg host Adam Hills, British Comedy Award-winning genius Nina Conti plus more blistering comedy from Joe Lycett, Rich Hall, Sara Pascoe, David O'Doherty, Mark Watson, Tim Key, Kerry Godliman,
Stewart Francis and many more.
Returning for its sixth year to the stunning surrounds of Queen Square, the hugely popular Bristol Comedy Garden has established itself as the place to see unbeatable comedy performances in a full-on festival setting. The leafy lawns in the heart of the city will be in full comedy bloom this June with five nights of award-winning entertainment presented inside the beautiful Big Top surrounded by quality bars, gourmet
street food and a whole lot more.
Kick-start your summer on a hilarious high with these knock-out shows featuring comedy’s greatest marvel Ross Noble, the toweringly tall and toweringly funny Greg Davies, the rampant spontaneity of ‘The Last Leg’ star Adam Hills, cult-idol David O’Doherty, groundbreaking ventriloquist Nina Conti, Bristol’s very own comedy hero Mark Watson and the critically acclaimed Rich Hall.
This star-spangled cast will be supported by comedy’s leading lights including Mock The Week regular Sara Pascoe, self-confessed ‘absolute lad’ Joe Lycett, Radio 4 favourite Marcus Brigstocke, Alan Partridge’s sidekick and cult poet Tim Key, the wildly acclaimed QI star Nish Kumar, Quadruple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee James Acaster, Live At The Apollo star Kerry Godliman and lots more besides.
Come and satisfy your comic cravings at this year’s outrageously good Bristol Comedy Garden and join the thousands of comedy-lovers from Bristol and beyond who flock to the South West’s favourite comedy extravaganza each year. In previous years the likes of Stewart Lee, Russell Howard, Alan Davies, Sean Lock, Adam Buxton and many more have raised the Big Top roof and this year’s supremo line-up promises to blow
the lid clean off.
£18.50 - £24
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|Date: (14 June 2017 - 18 June 2017)|