Upcoming Comedy Clubs

Guildford Gag House – June – CANCELLED, 8pm

The Back Room, The Star Inn, Quarry Street, Guildford, GU1 3TY

£15 INC. Fees

**This event has been cancelled. Everyone who has booked will be emailed.**

Professional live comedy in Guildford every month.

Lineup includes: John Robertson, Stephen Carlin, Pierre Hollins and Katherine Mather.

No disabled access to venue.

No refunds or exchanges. Gag House have the right to change the lineup without notice. Gag House reserve the right to refuse entry.

Strictly over 18’s only.

**This event has been cancelled. Everyone who has booked will be emailed.**

John Robertson

A comedian, author, columnist, satirist, professional troublemaker, multimedia artist and recreational sadist. Also an anarchic improviser and insult comic (which is the same as being a sadist, except his slaves are the whole audience!)

“…his material is edgy, intelligent and smoothly-delivered… this is astute, amoral stand-up for the morbidly inclined” – The Age

“A manic and quick-witted revelation… if you only see one Perth-born set this year, make it John Robertson.” – The Scotsman

Stephen Carlin

Stephen is a very enigmatic act, using a unique pattern of delivery to amuse the audience with very unexpected and off the wall references. His performances take the audience into the mind of a passionate obsessive often drawing on his hilarious knowledge of international snooker.

Stephen has supported Stephen Merchant on tour as well as Stewart Lee who named him as one of the ‘Ten Best Comedians Ever’.

Pierre Hollins

Pierre Hollins is a stand-up comedian and writer.

Pierre has been a comedy circuit favourite for many years, headlining clubs throughout the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

Pierre has written for radio and television. His cartoon strip GURU featured in the Fortean Times for many years.

Kathryn Mather

★★★★★ “A revelation… The Rochdale comic does a fine line in lugubriousness (the accent helps) and has some imaginatively skewed takes on things. Perfectly delivered asides… She’s very impressive” – The Wee Review

“The ultra-cynical Kathryn Mather… used to be a children’s entertainer, and now seems to relish the chance to explore darker thoughts her old job would never allow.  Her black humour certainly hit a chord with the room.” – Chortle

“It’s not controversy for controversy’s sake, it’s deftly handled and occasionally veers towards surreal.” – Cup of Beans

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