Always one of the highlights of Pride, we’re bringing you an evening filled with laughter.
This year we have pulled out all the stops to create a special night with incredible LGBT+ talent, featuring:
Taking place in Lakota Gardens* to allow for socially distanced table seating, the ticket price is per table which can seat up to 6 people.
All proceeds from this night go directly to support our fundraising and help make Pride happen and support our year-round work.
If you require access to a BSL interpreter on the night please let us know by emailing us with details of which event or by texting Lynn Stewart-Taylor, deaf consultant on 07843301416 (Text only) so we can reserve appropriate seating.
*This venue has ramp free access, accessible toilets and are arranging BSL interpreters for the night. Please observe any covid compliance guidance in place at the venue at the time of the show, this will be sent to the registered ticket purchasers email.
Award-winning comedian and proud Bristolian Jayde Adams is an uncut gem; a force of nature; dangerous and unafraid; the future.. it’s safe to say that when Dawn French says “Jayde Adams is the 3rd funniest woman in the world. Fact,” she might just be onto something.
Jayde’s debut Edinburgh Fringe hour Jayde 31 was nominated for Best Newcomer in 2016, whilst her hugely successful, critically acclaimed 5 star Edinburgh Fringe show ‘The Ballad of Kylie Jenner’s Old Face’ was filmed and released worldwide on Amazon Prime and was renamed, Serious Black Jumper.
A regular on our screens, Jayde is the host of Channel 4’s high-concept food show Crazy Delicious, and the co-host of the channel’s culinary entertainment series Snackmasters, while she brought her cult live musical comedy show Amusical to the screen for the very first time for Comedy Central.
Jayde has featured as a guest on CelebAbility (ITV2) Richard Osman’s House Of Games, Strictly It Takes Two (BBC Two), Rosie Tries to Help, Roast Battle, Live At The Comedy Store, The Chris Ramsay Show (Comedy Central), and Russell Brand’s Stand Off for Comic Relief (BBC).
As an actor Jayde plays the role of Leanne in Alma’s Not Normal (BBC2) and Julia Petley in Good Omens (Amazon Prime).
Larry Dean is an award-winning comedian and writer.
As seen on BBC2’s Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, ITV’s The Stand Up Sketch Show and Comedy Central’s Roast Battle.
"Has the easy charm of an arena comic and the high joke rate too."
"Unexpected and excellent"
The Sunday Times ★★★★
Sophie Duker is a comedian and writer whose favourite things include breaking hearts, taking names and telling jokes with the confidence of a cis straight middle-class white man. Her Edinburgh Fringe Show, Venus, saw her nominated for the Best Newcomer award and gained critical acclaim and five-star reviews. The success of this show saw her performing a sold-out two week run at the Soho Theatre.
Sophie has appeared on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4), 8 Out of 10 Cats (E4), Mock the Week (BBC2), Don’t hate the Playaz (ITV2), Dave Gorman’s Terms and Conditions Apply (Dave) and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC2). She can also be seen in Riot Girls (Channel 4), Quickies(BBC3) and Roast Battle (Comedy Central).
Sophie is also the host of the monthly comedy night, Wacky Racists Comedy Club.
Jessica Fostekew is a comedian, actor and writer, whose latest stand up show, "Hench" was nominated for the 2019 Edinburgh Comedy Award.
Jessica has appeared on BBC2's Live at The Apollo, QI, Richard Osman's House Of Games, Dave Gorman's 'Modern Life is Goodish', Comedy Central's "Pep Talks" and more. She is also a co-host of The Guilty Feminist (podcast with 60 million+ downloads) and host and creator of foodie hit and new chart-topping podcast, "Hoovering" (recommended in the Guardian and The Independent).
You can also hear her BBC R4 Extra’s, The Comedy Club, Museum of Curiosity, The News Quiz and The Podcast Radio Hour.
As an actor, she’s recently been cast in The Trouble With Maggie Cole, Cuckoo (BBC/ Netflix), Motherland, Out of Her Mind, Trigonometry and BAFTA multiple-award-winning BBC drama, Three Girls. You can catch her in the feature films, Official Secrets from Gavin Hood and Greed from Michael Winterbottom.
“Wears her smarts on her sleeve, great stuff” – The Guardian,
“Consistently hilarious” Fest and in praise for The Hoovering Podcast “so much more than just a food show” –The Guardian
Seasoned LGBTQ+ improv players hailing from Bristol, Brighton and London.
Joining us this year to bring you some witty off the cuff comedy! It’s a whole new world and these improv players are adapting...social distanced and sanitised.
Audience participation with real live people and they are excited to hear your suggestions!
This incredible group will be bringing you moments of silliness to get your laughing muscles around.