mostly comedy

Hitchin comedy club, bringing the best-known acts to Hertfordshire since 2008.
Hosted by David Ephgrave. "Devastatingly witty" (EdFest Mag)

Our Next show: 20th June 2024

Josie Long, Juliette Burton, David Ephgrave

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Previous Shows

June 2017

Thursday June 22nd 2017, The Sun Hotel, Hitchin

June 2017

Mark Morriss (The Bluetones), Quincy, Paul Harry Allen & Katie Pritchard (preview), 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.

June’s Hitchin line-up features:

(Lead singer of The Bluetones; thirteen Top Forty singles and three Top Ten Albums)
‘A perennial chart staple of the Britpop era, [The Bluetones’] chirpy, melodic take on Great British Guitar Music resulted in some of the era’s finest ear worms.’ (Clash Music)
‘With his latest solo offering, he’s on fire…it deserves to shine bright.’ ★★★★ (IndieLondon)
★★★★★ (Not Just Music)
‘Chock-full of shimmering pop melodies and catchy riffs’ (eGigs)
‘One of the most personable people I’ve had the pleasure to see, engaging, open and honest and very funny.’ (Brum Live)

Stand-up from QUINCY
(Best Breakthrough Act – Black Entertainment Comedy Awards)
(BBC New Talent Finalist)
‘The entire room hangs on the big man’s every line’ (Scotsman)
‘An act to watch out for’ (Time Out)
‘A compelling storyteller’ (Chortle)
‘Comedy this intimate is rare’ (Leicester Mercury)
‘Laugh-out-loud funny’ (Broadway Baby)

Plus a preview from PAUL HARRY ALLEN
(As heard on BBC Radio 4’s Two Episodes of Mash.)
‘Charming’ ★★★★ (Time Out)
‘It’s stuff like this that the Edinburgh Fringe was invented for’ ★★★★★ (Half an Orange)
‘Rob Brydon meets Russell Howard; a joy to watch’ (ThreeWeeks)
‘A warm hearted idiot with a surreal and funny edge’ (Channel 4)

(Winner of Hilarity Bites 2016)
‘Sometimes surreal, often unusually perceptive, but always original and entertaining’★★★★ (Female Arts Magazine)

‘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)