Book tickets for September’s Catch 22 Comedy Club and Very British Problems: Live in one order and get both tickets for £20!

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Very British Problems: Live! | Thu 28 Sep 8pm | Book here

Do you ever feel like you’re the only one struggling with the complexities of British social etiquette? Then join us for a hilarious show that celebrates all things awkwardly British. With a mix of stand-up and sketches from top UK comedians, you’ll be laughing at the absurdity of it all. From apologising unnecessarily to navigating the intricacies of tea time, this show will have you in stitches. Whether you’re a Brit or just a fan of British culture, this is a must-see show that will leave you with a newfound appreciation for all things hilariously British.

Hosted by Tiff Stevenson, with Matt Reed, Elaine Robertson, and Daman Bamrah.

Catch 22 with MC Matt Reed, Scott Bennett, Jack Traynor and Ignacio Lopez | Fri 29 Sep 8pm | Book here

Hosted by MC Matt Reed, a man who has been in every situation that comedy can throw his way. Broken ribs up a mountain. On-stage nudity. Crowds of 10 and of 25,000. He’s done it all and he’s done it brilliantly.

After starting comedy in late 2009, Scott Bennett is a stand-up comedian and writer whose star is most definitely on the rise. His last two shows Leap Year and Relax were nominated for ‘Best Show’ at the Leicester Comedy Festival and has been named by Chortle as One To Watch for 2018 and 19.

Cumbernauld’s powerhouse Jack Traynor is meteorically flying up through the comedy ranks and is part of the Wholesome Prison Blues collective.

Ignacio Lopez is a Spanish & Welsh comedian based in Cardiff. His parents are Welsh/Irish & Moroccan/Spanish, and he has a German sister; family get-togethers are like a meeting of the U.N. As well as hosting TV shows, headlining top comedy clubs all over the U.K and Europe, and taking the piss out of British people directly to their faces, Ignacio writes sketches, sitcoms, and tweets.

Please note line-ups are subject to change.