mostly comedy

"A grab bag of standup, sketches & music from the finest acts on the scene, hosted by Doggett & Ephgrave." "Polished, natural comedians." (Camden Fringe Voyeur)

Our Next show: 25th January 2018

Simon Munnery, Brian Gittins, Lorna Shaw, David Ephgrave

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About Mostly Comedy

About Mostly Comedy

Mostly Comedy was established in October 2008 by Doggett & Ephgrave. The club has grown over the years, outgrowing four venues across the town (as well as runs at the Edinburgh Fringe & in London’s West End) before reaching its current home at the Sun Hotel in 2016.


Acts who’ve appeared in the past include Phill Jupitus, Rory Bremner, Stewart Lee, Jack Dee, Richard Herring, Paul Daniels, Sean Hughes, Katherine Ryan, Reginald D Hunter, Josh Widdicombe, Arthur Smith, Isy Suttie, Roisin Conaty, John Thomson, Sara Pascoe, Ardal O’Hanlon, Aisling Bea, Kevin Eldon, James Acaster, Norman Lovett, Henning Wehn and many, many more.


For a full run-down of previous line ups, click here.
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Each month is compéred by Doggett & Ephgrave.

About Doggett & Ephgrave

Glyn Doggett and David Ephgrave are a duo of actors, writers and stand-ups who have been up-and-coming for so long now, they’re stretching the definition.

Credits include: eleven seasons with The Comedy Project at the Soho Theatre, various stand-up shows on the Edinburgh, Brighton, Camden and Leicester Fringe – plus Mostly Comedy, their monthly comedy club at both Leicester Square Theatre and the Market Theatre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. A notable D&E career highlight was reading an episode of their self-written sitcom Nick & Joe at the Soho Theatre, alongside a cast including Michael Barrymore and Norman Lovett (Holly in ‘Red Dwarf’).

Glyn and David host the More Than Mostly Comedy Podcast, in which they interview many of the acts that play their club. Interviewees include Phill Jupitus, Paul Daniels, Sean Hughes, Richard Herring, Arthur Smith, Kevin Eldon, Phil Kay and John Thomson, to name a few. They also present a weekly show, Doggett & Ephgrave: In Your Inner Ear, on

About Glyn Doggett

Glyn Doggett is an actor, writer and videographer who trained at Hertfordshire Theatre School, where he received the Student of the Year Award on graduating in 2003.

Theatre credits include: Gerald Popkiss in “ROOKERY NOOK”, Flight-Lieutenant Graham in “FLARE PATH”, Jan Warwick in Agatha Christies “UNEXPECTED GUEST” and Eric Birling in “AN INSPECTOR CALLS” (Sidmouth Rep), Charles Murdock in “THE GHOST TRAIN” and Lloyd Mitchell in “A TOUCH OF DANGER” (The Theatre Royal Nottingham), Chris in “STEAM” (A new play for the White Bear, London), “PLEASE READ ME” (Hen and Chickens, Islington) and the Tin Man “WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ” and Buttons “CINDERELLA” (both at the Gorleston Pavilion). He’s also a regularly member of the Market Theatre Company in his hometown of Hitchin in Hertfordshire and have appeared and been involved in numerous plays and tours around the UK for them.

Glyn’s website can be found here, and he’s on Twitter @GlynDoggett

About David Ephgrave

David Ephgrave is a comedian, writer, actor, musician and blogger – and back end of the comic duo Doggett & Ephgrave.

His material was amongst the Daily Telegraph’s 20 Funniest One-liners and Comedy Central’s 35 Funniest Jokes of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe.

Solo acting credits include playing Beatles legends John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the UK tour of The Roy Orbison Story, Buddy Holly in the UK / Ireland tour of Buddy Holly and the Cricketers and Richard in the West End production of ‘Dreamboats and Petticoats’. He took his first solo stand-up show‘…and Ephgrave’ to the Brighton and Camden Fringe Festivals in 2015, his second, ‘Mostly David Ephgrave’, to London, Brighton, Bath, Leicester and Edinburgh in 2016 – and his third, ‘Now Who’s a Comedian?’ to Edinburgh in 2017. He has also kept a daily blog for four years.

David’s blog can be found here, he’s on Twitter at @David_Ephgrave and on Facebook .