Canadian Stewart Francis is a master of the pun-demental art of the double entendre. Featuring more wordplay than a scrabble tournament and a faster delivery rate than a pizza boy with a jetpack, Pun Gent is an unrelenting, high-intensity workout for your laugh muscles.
A multi-layered captivating combination of wisdom and surprises in which Sean reflects back to his Dublin upbringing and the utter awkwardness of teenage life, whilst tying it all in to the present. But what does it have to do with Penguins? Follow:@mr_seanhughes
Stand-up institution Ed Byrne brings the full force of his talent to bear in this barnstorming show. 'Crowd Pleaser' finds Byrne navigating the treacherous landscape of family and TV celebrity, all the while trying to stay true to his nerdy side.
Richard is in a frivolous mood with this show about daftness, whether the term cool comedian is an oxymoron, bouncing joyously on the sofa and how Herring's whole career is a failed attempt to top a piece of visual slapstick comedy he came up with at 16. Follow Richard: @Herring1967
Ed's hilarious line in sharp observational commentary allows him to deconstruct the social stratum with surgical precision. Age-appropriate fashions, music, and time travel are among the issues that threaten to divide us - yet we shall be united in laughter by this class-act of a show.
Mixing delightful, flawless twaddle, with some genuinely insightful forays into what it is that makes comedy comedy (or anti-comedy), Tony Law (that’s Mr Tony Law to you) presents a standuppy, sketchy, impro-ey, arty little comedy show for people who are already funny. Follow: @mrTonyLaw