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Fri 24th May 2024 at 8:00 pm

The Comedy Network- May 2024


Event Details

*Please note that the artists appearing may occasionally be subject to change.

Rich Wilson
His “tour de force” (Leicester Mercury) performances have earned him a win for Best International Guest at the 2016 New Zealand Comedy Awards, followed by a sell out run in 2017 which saw him nominated for the same award again. He’s performed at sellout shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival and the New Zealand Comedy Festival. An extremely in demand writer, Rich Wilson has also contributed on shows for BBC Three, Sky Arts and Channel 4. Rich was nominated for Best MC at the 2023 Chortle awards.
Rich is also the host of the wildly popular insane in the: podcast series. Rich talks to funny and interesting people about their experiences with mental health. In the last year the podcast has been nominated for an award with Podbible and in 2019 won an award with JOE for best podcast with the likes of; Guilty Feminist, Off Menu and Films To Be Buried With.

Priya Hall
Priya Hall is a stand up comedian and writer. She has featured on Comedy Central Live (Comedy Central), BBC Presents: Stand up for Live Comedy (BBC One & Three), Live From Aberystwyth Pier (BBC One Wales and BBC Radio Wales), Fred At The Stand (BBC Radio 4), Machynlleth Comedy Showcase (BBC Radio Wales), Stand Yp (S4C). She has written on the revival of the BBC Three sitcom Bad Education, which is available on BBC iPlayer.

Paul Savage
Paul Savage started performing comedy in 2007. Since then he has performed all over Britain. In the 9 years he’s been going, he has performed over 1500 gigs, including six runs at the Edinburgh Festival. He also performed his debut hour “Cheerful Shambles” in 2013 which was well received by audiences and critics. Since then, he’s performed the critically acclaimed fringe shows “All The Jokes In The Bible” (2014) and “Tired and Emotional” (2015). He’s also an accomplished cartoonist.
“Genuinely brilliant. Writes a good joke, draws a good cartoon: an all round hoot” – The Guardian

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