Sat 21st Jan Ruskin Hall

Sat 21st Jan 2017
Ruskin Hall

Acts (click the act for more info)

Noel Britten

Noel's quick witted dry humour defies all expectations. He executes his fast paced one liners with razor sharp precision firing his wit into the audience to create an atmosphere that can only be produced by a seasoned professional.

He is well known for his Bizarre Bath comedy tours of his home City of Bath that have run nightly throughout the summer for the last 10 years. It has been recommended by all the major tourist books ("a great idea, superbly executed, and should be on every visitor's itinerary" Choice Travel Guide), TV Travel shows ("brilliantly unforgettable" BBC's Holiday Show), and has now reached the status of a "must do" for many visitors to Bath.

Tamar Broadbent

Tamar Broadbent is a comedian, singer, actor and award-winning songwriter, who studied English at Bristol University and went on to train at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Her song 'Patrick' was featured on BBC Radio 4's Fresh From the Fringe 2014, a showcase of the best new comedy acts from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Tamar was a finalist in this year's Amused Moose Laugh Off and Funny Women comedy competitions, and her recent gigs include: Glee, Outside The Box, Get Stuffed, Jongleurs, Isle of Wight Festival, Soho Comedy Club, Funhouse Comedy and Backyard Comedy Club. Her TV appearances include Lee Nelson's Well Funny People, The Bill and Doctors.!

Sam Veale

Comedy meets juggling and they live happily ever after.

Featuring an absurd array of juggling props, kitchen utensils, sports equipment and assorted other stuff, Sam's show is a memorable addition to any event. 

"Breathing new life into the art of juggling can’t be easy, but Sam Veale manages it with style, a likeable cheekiness and plenty of originality. Visual silliness, plenty of funny banter with the audience, but most importantly of all, great juggling prowess, make him a fun watch from start to finish. And, when it comes, his big finish was hilarious and mightily impressive."
Derek Smith, The Stage, 2013