Godalming Borough Hall, 3 Bridge St, Godalming GU7 1HY
A professional comedy club in the heart of Godalming in the historic Borough Hall.
Lineup includes: Nathan Caton, Susan Murray, Scott Bennett with more acts to be announced!
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
Nathan Caton is one of the most exciting young comedians on the scene. Gigging since the tender age of 19, over the last decade he has established himself both as a circuit headliner, and a name on TV and radio.
Within his first few years on stage, he had picked up various accolades and coveted plaudits including the Chortle Student Comic of the Year award and Broadcast Hotshot and written and starred in a pilot for Paramount Comedy (now Comedy Central) entitled The Nathan Caton Show.
Since then Caton has gone from strength to strength, wowing audiences at comedy clubs up and down the UK, and on his numerous TV and radio appearances, with his delightfully charming blend of personal and political comedy.
TV appearances: Live At The Apollo (BBC1), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Mock The Week (BBC2), The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Soccer AM (Sky Sports), The Nathan Caton Show (Comedy Central) and Richard Hammond’s 5 O’Clock Show (ITV).
Susan has emerged as one of the best female stand-ups in the UK and was the first ever woman to MC Decompression gigs for the British Army / CSE.
She is in the top 100 Huffington Post funny women Tweeters. She’s wrote for and was a guest on Jeremy Hardy Talks To The Nation and has also starred in Stephen K Amos’ Idiots Guide both for Radio 4. She has penned 4 successful solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival as well as performing in several comedy plays and sketches. She made her TV acting debut in the 3rd series of ITV’s “The Job Lot” alongside Jo Enright and Russell Tovey.
After starting comedy in late 2009, Scott has rapidly established himself as one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit. Likeable, with a warm and engaging delivery, he is a Yorkshire live wire with an undeniable no nonsense logic. In demand by many of the big clubs, Scott delivers wry observations on the absurdity of modern living. His sharply written routines have been delighting audiences across the country.
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