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"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: 19th September 2019

Reginald D Hunter, Lynn Ruth Miller, Doggett & Ephgrave.

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Previous Shows

22nd November 2018 – CANCELLED

Thursday November 22nd 2018, The Sun Hotel, Hitchin

22nd November 2018 – CANCELLED

James Acaster, Neil McFarlane, Doggett & Ephgrave


We’re very sorry but due to circumstances beyond our control, this show had to be cancelled at short notice.

We’ll endeavour to reinstate the line-up at a future date and will hold a list of everyone who booked, giving you first refusal should the show be rescheduled. In the meantime, any tickets will be refunded.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Best regards, 

Doggett & Ephgrave.

A grab-bag of stand-up, sketches and music from the finest acts on the scene, hosted by the comic duo, Doggett & Ephgrave.

22nd November’s Hitchin line-up includes:

Stand-up from JAMES ACASTER
(WORK-IN-PROGRESS)
(As seen on ‘Have I Got News For You’, ‘Mock The Week’, Live at The Apollo’, ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ and ‘Dave’s One Night Stand’ – and heard on BBC Radio 4’s ‘James Acaster’s Findings’)
(Record-breaking five consecutive ‘Best Comedy Show’ nominations at the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals)
(Winner of Chortle Best Breakthrough and Best Show 2014)
(Winner of Best International Show Award at New Zealand Comedy Festival 2014)
‘One of the sharpest comic minds to have emerged in recent years’ (Guardian) ‘Beautifully constructed ‘art of stand-up’ stuff…will be taught in schools as the perfect how-to example’ (Sunday Times)
‘Curious, original and immensely enjoyable’ (Telegraph)
‘An undeniable and wickedly original talent’ (Fest)

Stand-up from NEIL McFARLANE
(‘Scottish Comedian of the Year’ Finalist)
‘Really rather good’ (Times)
‘Fantastic punchlines’ (Manchester Evening News)
‘A clear ability to craft a gag’ (Chortle)
‘Sparky self-effacing wit’ (Theatre Bath)

Hosted by DOGGETT & EPHGRAVE
‘A keen eye for the absurd. Polished, natural comedians’ (Camden Fringe Voyeur)
‘A good comedy double act: bright, clean-cut, have a sparky chemistry with a good line when it comes to gentle self-deprecation’ (Three Weeks)
‘Performed with such confidence and enthusiasm I wished they’d been playing to a packed room’ (Chortle)
‘A great set-up for cringe comedy’ (Fest) .