Join us for a fantastic night of live comedy, featuring some of the brightest and best comics in the country. Enjoy hours of laughter with these incredible acts: Ian Whitcombe (MC) Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, Taskmaster and Britain’s Got Talent are just a few of the programmes Ian’ has never appeared on. The list is literally endless! Groan-inducing puns, sparkling one-liners and stories about where doctors like to put their fingers mean that this act is a must-see. “One of the best newbie sets I’ve ever seen” – John Morris, Late Stage Comedy “Ian’s one-liners are well thought out, clever and genuinely laugh out loud” – Oli Clarke, Toolmakers Comedy Club Ian has a natural & likeable stage presence with good pacing and nice jokes” – Greg Phillips – Laffa Cake Comedy Stevie Gray (Headliner) The cheeky and loveable Stevie Gray fuses jokes, music, news stories and audience participation to create an up-tempo energy in any room. Stevie has performed all over the world at comedy clubs, theatres and music festivals, as well as writing and performing for the BBC, ITV, FHM and Sky Sports.“Like watching sunshine” – Notts Comedy Review Adam Unwin A big fan of fresh bread, giving blood, and disappointing old primary school teachers when they meet up years later. After 5 years spent performing up and down the country with award-nominated improv troupes, Adam’s finally written something down. Adam brings an incredible amount of energy to the stage and is instantly funny. “So funny it’s annoying” – Kevin Daniel Roger Poulter Derbyshire’s very own Blue Suede Pun-smith has successfully escaped from Facebook jail. His incarceration has nothing to do with his mysterious Sock Whispering activities, now released on the public after losing his shit during lockdown. Daniel James Blacow From North East Lincolnshire, Daniel will take you on a journey through the life he has and the one he wishes was his. Either one will keep you laughing. Blacow is an original thinker and a good performer. There’s nothing in his set to dislike. – NottsComedy Review Bed 32 His ability to find comedy in disability and growing up in hospital (in bed number 32) allowed him to reach the Regional Finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards 2022, after battling out with almost 2000 other entrants. He is also nominated for the upcoming 2023 international musical comedy awards. Also you have to laugh because he’s disabled. Elliot Hughes After coming up in the ranks in Shanghai, China, Elliot finds himself back in his exotic homeland of the midlands. Taking his unique perspective on the ordinary and morphing it into something extraordinary with his sharp wit, astute observations, and relatable anecdotes. Ishi KhanIshi Khanis a multi-award nominated, Internationally acclaimed comedian sharing her 4th solo show at Leicester Comedy Festival this February. She also speaks petite French, broken Punjabi & fluent Cat! Her goals are to do a cartwheel and ride a bike but not at the same time.

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When & Where

March 1, 2023 (7:30 pm) – March 1, 2023 (10:30 pm)

JUICEBAR 26 Lower Parliament Street Nottingham NG1 3DA


Ian Whitcombe Comedy

Ian Whitcombe Comedy

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