Planning a night out to remember? Celebration? Payday? Special Treat?
Sit back, relax and be entertained with our line-up of Comedians and Compere at Firkin Comedy Club.
Full bar service available throughout the evening.
Hungry? Meals and snacks can be ordered from the Firkin Comedy Club special menu, which varies each month. Let us bring the food to you, to be enjoyed at your table whilst watching the acts.
Book online now or call 01283 532880
Check out The Artists below (maybe subject to change)
Despicably white, horrendously middle-aged and most appalling of all- a man, Live at the Apollo comedian Andrew Lawrence presents an antidote to the comedy world's smug, faux-Liberal orthodoxy in this all new show of the funniest and possibly most offensive jokes you’ve ever heard. No braying self-righteous wokeness. No angry, finger-pointing delusions of inequality.
No PC garbage. Just big laughs and a great night out.“Master of dark humour and a political provocateur” British Comedy Guide
Opening Geoff Boyz
Scottish comedian and impressionist, GEOFF BOYZ "has established himself as one of the most versatile comedians on the London Circuit" ID MAGAZINE
In 1995 and 1997 Geoff hosted BEST OF SCOTTISH COMEDY at the Edinburgh Festival and in 1996 made his solo debut at the festival with a superb one-man show. He was a regular compere for The Best of the Fest at the 1997 Festival and the following year his show NOISE AND OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS had a successful run at The Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.
On television he has been featured in COMEDY RULES (STV), PEBBLE MILL (BBC1), BEST OF SCOTTISH COMEDY (STV), TALKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS (ITV), AUNTY'S SPORTING BLOOMERS (BBC) the Sci Fi series SPACE CADETS (Ch 4), A GAME OF TWO HALVES (STV), LIVE AT THE COMEDY STORE (Ch 5) and as a presenter on THIS MORNING (ITV). More recently he appeared in ONLY AN EXCUSE (BBC Scotland), CALEDONIA MACBRAINS (BBC Scotland) and TAKE THE MIKE (ITV) - giving advice to young hopeful comedians.
Middle Yuriko Kotani
My name is Yuriko Kotani and I am a UK-based Japanese comedian.
I began performing stand-up in 2014. I was named as "One To Watch" by Time Out and won the BBC New Comedy Award in 2015.
In 2016, I appeared on series 2 of Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, BBC Three's Pls Like in 2017, and CBBC's The Dog Ate My Homework in 2018.
On radio, I was on The Comedy Club (BBC Radio 4 Extra) in 2016, BBC World Service's The Arts Hour International New Year Comedy Celebration in 2017, The Verb (BBC Radio 3) and Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4) in 2018.
MC Caroline Mabey
One of the most inventive comic voices in Britain, Caroline Mabey is a fringe and circuit favourite, appearing at festivals, theatres and clubs all around the country. Silly, warm and sharp as hell, she always creates a gag-packed frenzy of fun. She is a brilliant and accomplished MC, having been resident compere at the 99 Club for ten years.
'Mabey is thoroughly enjoyable company…the slightly deranged offspring of a menage a trois between Vic Reeves, Harry Hill and Floella Benjamin'