Truly one of the highlights of the Bristol Pride Week our Comedy Night brings you a stellar line-up of LGBT+ performers. It’s always one of our busiest and most popular events so book in advance! More information on our 2017 event and tickets coming soon
Take a look what we did in 2016:
So good we had to have her back. 2014’s Funny Women Awards and London Cabaret’s Audience Award winner Jayde has a passion for making people laugh and in 2011 discovered she could sing opera. A regular at festivals such as Edinburgh Fringe, Glastonbury and Bestival, hailed as unbelievably funny by Russell Howard and Britain’s funniest women comic but the Daily Mail, and they mostly hate women.
A whirlwind of wit, wisdom and weirdness he’s a Max Turner Finalist 2016, a Leicester Square Theatre New Act Semifinalist 2015 and a South Coast Comedian of the Year Semifinalist 2016.
He’ll charm you in a way only a half-cornish, half-spanish boy can. Crude but clever humour delivered tongue firmly in his cheek (his own tongue, in case there’s any confusion).
Comedy singer-songwriter usually found in Brighton, has been described as “Victoria Wood and Tim Minchin’s lesbian love child”. She performs original material on such varied themes as obsessive cat owners, eating too much garlic and taking too many selfies. She reached the finals of the Musical Comedy Awards 2016 and recently completed her first solo UK tour to promote her new album ‘Jumbled’.
Star of Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side and Safeword (to name just two) Stephen recently supported Katherine Ryan on her UK tour. Selected as the first ever MC for the Stonewall Summer Party he regularly contributed articles to Attitude magazine, and was nominated in this year’s Amused Moose Comedy Awards Top 10 shows at Edinburgh Fringe. Warm and affectionate with a biting wit he loves a conspiracy theory (preferably involving a celebrity and a cucumber).
Stand up comic, writer and comedy actor Jen is a regular performer on the UK & International circuit. She’s had a series of sell out shows year on year. New show Wishful Thinking was nominated Best New Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival and went on to be a sold out show at the Edinburgh Festival last year which also saw Jen appearing on Comedy Central’s Live at the Comedy Store.
We’ve been lucky to secure Jen who is supporting Frankie Boyle and starring in her first feature film.
All money raised from this night, after artists expenses and venue hire, goes to keeping Pride Day a free event.