Upcoming Comedy Clubs

Mar
31
Godalming Gag House, FOOD FROM 6:30-7:30PM. COMEDY STARTS AT 8:00PM

Cafe Mila Angel Court, High St, Godalming GU7 1DT

£12.50 (£23.00 TO INCLUDE DINNER)

Godalming Gag House is now a regular club on the last Friday of the month.

Line up includes Abi Roberts, Joe Wells and ADDY van der Borgh.

Tickets: £12.50 or £23 to include curry, rice and a naan bread (vegetarian curry available).

There is no disabled access to venue.

No refunds or exchanges. Gag House Comedy has the right to change the lineup without notice.

Abi Roberts
Abi Roberts

In her four years in professional stand-up comedy, Abi has the accolade of having supported major league performers such as Michael McIntyre, Sarah Millican, Jack Whitehall and Tom Stade.

“Brilliant, funny and charming.” James Mullinger, Comedy Editor, GQ Magazine
“Very funny, rapid-fire, infectious humour…unstoppable and triumphant… takes down target after target” – Arts Editor, New Statesman
“Raucous and incredibly funny” – Daily Telegraph
“Fast-paced, high-octane comedy with brilliant routines…entertaining throughout and leaves everybody wanting more” – Gigglebeats.co.uk
“A master impersonator and a gifted comedy performer standing way out from the herd” – Edinburgh’s Three Weeks
“Roberts is packing them in – Chortle

She is truly and hysterically funny and has definitely got the comedy moves. She does it all with genuine charm and character, with big laughs. She has an imposing range of talents and her impressions are, well, impressive. She really is more than just a stand-up

Joe Wells

Joe Wells’ writing career began when his first book ‘Touch and Go Joe’ about his experiences of OCD was published, since then he has made a name for himself as a stand up comic, writer and speaker. Joe now focuses mainly on his unique brand of political comedy.

As seen on tour with Alexei Sayle

Opened for Frankie Boyle on some of his 2015 Leicester Square Theatre Dates and again for some of his 2016 Pleasance Islington and Leicester Square Theatre dates.

“A star of the future… some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian in his early 20s” The Guardian

“Highly original, inspired and suitably different from the rest of the crowd… brilliantly crafted jokes” Comedy Central

Addy Van Der Borgh

Addy van der Borgh has that rare talent of making people laugh as soon as he walks on stage. He is a great performer of highly acclaimed and original material, an ability noticed immediately by the BBC when he appeared on the ‘Stand-up Show’on BBC1 after only one year as a comedian. He has subsequently appeared on ‘Live at the Comedy Store’ for Comedy Central,  ‘Live at Jongleurs’ and ‘The World Stands Up’ for Sky TV and the BBC3 series from Baby Cow Productions, ‘Brain Candy’. He has also written and co-presented twenty episodes of ‘TV Meltdown’ for Sky 1 with Kirsty Gallacher (2004 / 2005), has acted in a number of voiceovers for radio and television and has appeared on many radio shows including the legendary ‘Loose Ends’ on Radio 4.

Addy was the only British comic invited to appear in the Twentieth Century Fox Comedy Showcase in Los Angeles in September 2003 and was subsequently signed to the Hollywood agents Paradigm, and he recently played the starring role of ‘Jack Watson’ in his first film, ‘Little Things’ for Pandelic Films.

Addy studied clowning and physical theatre at LAMDA and with brilliant timing and an array of voices and characters he has risen to the top of the live comedy circuit. He has built a following of fans not just in all the major clubs in Britain (Comedy Store, Banana Cabaret, Up The Creek, The Glee) but also worldwide, including Spain, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Croatia, Switzerland, Cyprus, Dubai, Bahrain, Muscat, Qatar, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Shanghai and Australia, as well as entertaining the troops in Afghanistan. He has also performed complete sell out runs at the South Africa Comedy Festival in Cape Town (2002) and the New Zealand International comedy Festival in Auckland (2006) as well as writing and performing sell out one man shows at the Edinburgh festival (2002, 2004, 2010).