The postponement of 25th November’s Hitchin Mostly Comedy means our last two shows of 2021 are just a week apart.
November’s rescheduled date now takes place on 9th December with The Fast Show‘s SIMON DAY & Red Dwarf‘s NORMAN LOVETT. That’s closely followed by 16th December‘s gig with Whose Line is it Anyway? legend TONY SLATTERY & freeform comic genius PHIL KAY. Both shows close with a live interview for DOGGETT & EPHGRAVE‘s More Than Mostly Comedy podcast.
(We’ll have SHAPARAK KHORSANDI joining us 2022 too, so watch this space.)
PLEASE NOTE: All our 2021 events will have socially distanced seating. The shows will also only be sold to half-capacity to mitigate COVID-19 transmissibility.
While the club officially reopened in September 2021, the ongoing impact of the pandemic on sales still puts us at extreme risk of closure. Consequently, we’re crowdfunding again to help cover our running costs to stay open.Click here to visit our JustGiving page and contribute to the cause.
We’ve just released a new episode of More Than Mostly Comedy featuring an interview with JAMES ACASTER recorded in Spring 2021. Listen to that, plus thirteen new episodes of More Than Mostly Comedy recorded in 2020 with KATE ROBBINS, NORMAN LOVETT, ARTHUR SMITH, RORY BREMNER, MARK MORRISS, BOBBY DAVRO, MARTIN TRENAMAN, DAN SKINNER, JAN RAVENS, ANNA MORRIS, JOSH WIDDICOMBE, ISY SUTTIE, LUCY PORTER and LYNN RUTH MILLER, here, or via your usual podcast provider.
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Stay well, stay safe, see you soon. D&Gx