Upcoming Comedy Clubs

Oct
04
Godalming Gag House, 8pm

Godalming Borough Hall, 3 Bridge St, Godalming GU7 1HY

£14 + fees

A professional comedy club in the heart of Godalming in the historic Borough Hall.

Lineup includes: Jarlath Regan, Phil Jerrod, Erich McElroy and Faye Treacy.

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

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

There is disabled access to the venue.

Advised for over 18’s – contains swearing and adult content.

Book below or call 01483 361101.

Jarlath Regan

Jarlath Regan is an all-rounder. As a standup his talent was spotted early. His first few gigs earned him places in the finals of every new act competition, tour support spots for Ardal O’Hanlon, Marc Maron and Jack Whitehall, invitations to the world’s biggest comedy festivals and television appearances on the BBC, NBC and Comedy Central. As a presenter and podcaster he has won a legion of loyal fans through the creation of his multi-award-winning global hit podcast “An Irishman Abroad”. Jarlath’s ability to get extract honesty from the likes of Sir Bob Geldof, Gabriel Byrne and Boy George has become legendary. The Daily Telegraph went as far as to forecast that it “could turn out to be one of the biggest podcasts since Ricky Gervais picked up a microphone.”

Jarlath is also an outspoken advocate for equality and organ donor awareness. After donating a kidney to his brother he penned his hugely successful one man standup show “Organ Freeman” to tell his story and raise vital awareness of live donation. The show won rave reviews, sold out it’s run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Leicester Square, Vicar Street and Soho Theatre and Tatler Magazine named Jarlath their 2017 Comedy “Man Of The Year”.

Jarlath’s other credits include Tonight at the Palladium (ITV), Stand up Central (Comedy Central)   Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) Comedy Central’s The World Stands Up, Last Comic Standing on NBC, Live at The Stand Comedy Club (BBC Radio Scotland), The Blame Game (BBC Radio Ulster) and The Apprentice You’re Fired (TV3).

Phil Jerrod

Phil Jerrod began his stand-up career underneath an Angus Steakhouse in 2012. Since then he has failed his PhD, walked out of his job in publishing and been entertaining audiences up and down the country with his elegant rants on the often unfathomable problems of modern life.

Phil was awarded Best Festival Debut at Leicester Comedy Festival 2015; Phil has had three successful Edinburgh shows (Neanderthal 2015, Hypocrite 2016 and Submerged 2017). Phil supported Romesh Ranganathan on his mammoth UK tour in 2016 and heads out on the road supporting Angela Barnes on tour this year. Phil also has a hit podcast Ultimate Scrutiny of which The Guardian have said they ‘defy anybody not to be cheered up by’.

Erich McElroy

Erich is a stand-up comedian and writer. Originally from Seattle, he moved to the UK in 2000 and in 2007 collected his British passport.

His 2016 show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, (US) Electile Dysfunction, received numerous four and five star reviews and was a hit with audiences. 

In addition to playing playing UK venues up and down the country, Erich has appeared on BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, Sky News and Five News. He has been heard talking comedy and politics on BBC 5 Live, BBC Surrey, BBC Berkshire and regularly on TalkRadio. He has also written for the Independent, Huffington Post, The Herald in Scotland and even Saga.

He lives in London with his wife and two children that he is quite fond of.

Faye Treacy

Born in Croydon, South London, in rebellion against her Punk father Faye decided to study classical trombone at the Royal Academy of Music in London under the tutelage of Ian Bousfield, former principle of the Vienna Philharmonic. Since graduation Faye has had a busy freelance career working with a range of ensembles ranging from orchestras, big bands, and musical theatre pit bands, to rock and reggae bands.

Her musical career highlights include having been the resident trombonist for the Chris Moyle’s Quiz Night on Channel 4, as well as playing for The Selector, Kiko Bun, The Maccabees, Rod Stewart, Tankus The Henge, PRO Glenn Millar Big Band, Hackney Colliery Brass Band, Riot Jazz and The London Vegetable Orchestra.

Four years ago Faye started to dip her toe into the world of Stand Up Comedy, winning ‘Best Newcomer’ at the Musical Comedy Awards in 2015.  Since then her comedy career has rocketed, seeing her perform internationally at venues including: The Frog and Bucket, XS MALARKEY, The Stand, Top Secret, 99 Club, The Glee Club, Angel Comedy Club, and Antwerp English Comedy Club.

She has just completed her debut hour “The Problem with Faye Treacy” at the Edinburgh Fringe to rave reviews, with one of her jokes listed as a top Joke of the fringe in the Evening Standard, The Mirror and The Daily Record.

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