Upcoming Comedy Clubs

Jan
26
Godalming Gag House, 8pm (dinner served from 6:30pm-7:30pm)

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

£13.50 (£24.00 TO INCLUDE DINNER)

A professional monthly comedy club in the heart of Godalming on the last Friday of the month.

Lineup includes Jarlath Regan, MC Julie Jepson, Jonny Pelham & Ben Pope.

You can either come for just the comedy or you can have dinner before hand. All food is homemade on the premise and is delicious!

Dinner will be served from 6:30pm-7:30pm

The Comedy Club will start at 8pm and will be made up of three sets with two intervals.

Tickets: £13.50 (£24.00 Inc. dinner). Dinner will be MacSween’s Finest Scottish Haggis (a vegetarian option is available). If you have specific dietary requirements please book your ticket here and then email jane@cafemila.co.uk to discuss.

No refunds or exchanges. Gag House Comedy have the right to change the line up without notice.

There is no disabled access to the venue.

Jarlath Regan

Jarlath Regan is an Irish comedian, writer, illustrator creator and host of the Irishman Abroad podcast.  Since the age of 24 he has made his living performing standup across Ireland, the UK and the rest of the world including the Edinburgh, Montreal, Chicago, Melbourne, New Zealand and Dubai Comedy Festivals. In 2013 he moved to London to perform standup. 6 months later he created the award winning Irishman Abroad podcast series.  The collection of in-depth, long-form interviews with will known Irish emigrants and people of Irish heritage has earned rave reviews from The Guardian, Telegraph and Irish Times, and has featured Hozier, Sharon Horgan, Brian O’Driscoll, Chris O’Dowd, Sir Terry Wogan, Glen Hansard, Aidan Gillen, Sonia O’Sullivan, Boy George, Dylan Moran, Lisa Hannigan, Graham Linehan and many many more. It is listened to by more than one million people worldwide. Jarlath has staged live episodes of the podcast at the Dublin Film Festival, Dublin Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, Cork International Film Festival, Body & Soul Festival, London Irish Comedy Festival as well as a residency at the Museum Of Comedy in London.

“Could turn out to be the biggest thing since Ricky Gervais picked up a laptop” The Telegraph

“Quite frankly, every single young person reading this should go download this podcast and listen to it every week for the rest of time.” – The Guardian

Julie Jepson

Julie burst onto the comedy circuit only last year when she reached the final of the Funny Women Comedy Awards 2005 on only her 3rd gig.

Since then she has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, the Brighton Comedy festival as well as being invited onto the Funny Women National theatre tour.

She regularly performs in comedy clubs up and down the country. Julie is an arresting and animated comedic presence. She mixes bubbly, conversational and wonderfully pithy stage patter with an array of wonderful comic voices whilst persuasively guiding the punter through her curious worldview with a disarming charm.

“Intelligent stand-up that is instantly engaging. Truly fabulous” – bbc.co.uk

“It’s refreshing to see somebody who’s so devoid of cynicism and very funny” – Mitch Benn

Jonny Pelham

Jonny Pelham began comedy at University and while he was there he achieved runner-up in both the coveted So You Think You’re Funny competition and The Chortle Student Comedy Awards. Since graduating university Jonny has continued to impress and was a finalist and judges choice in the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards, as well as being nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer in 2014.

2016 saw Jonny make the exciting step over to the small screen on Russell Howards Stand Up Central for Comedy Central followed by a support slot on Live At The BBC this year. Jonny has also appeared in the Viceland series, Harriet & Bobby Get Married and Plane Spotting for Turtle Canyon.

With three critically acclaimed solo shows under his belt, Before and After (2015), Fool’s Paradise (2016) and Just Shout Louder (2017), Jonny has a number of up-coming television projects in the pipe-line, including a presenting debut and bookings to write across a number of television projects.

Ben Pope

Ben Pope is a comedian, writer, actor and musician who has recently graduated from Cambridge University where he was President of the Cambridge Footlights (2013-14). Over the last two years he has written and performed acclaimed sketch shows in Cambridge (Footlights Spring Revue: The History of Everything), Durham, Oxford, Edinburgh (Dressing Down, Gilded Balloon 2013) and in Germany and America with the Footlights International Tour Show 2014: Real Feelings. He gigs regularly as a stand-up comedian in London, the south and the Edinburgh Fringe (Free Footlights, The Dram House 2013) and performed his debut hour Cheese (And Other Things There Are) at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge in early 2014. His previous acting roles include Esio Trot (Assembly, Edinburgh 2013), Welcome Break (ADC Theatre, 2014), Footlights Pantomime 2013: The Princess and The Pea (for which he also wrote the book and lyrics, ADC Theatre) and the male lead in the workshop performance of the new musical The Last Post (LTD Productions).