Pembrokeshire’s longest running Comedy Club is back with all the laughs and candle-lit cabaret dining featuring Edinburgh Fringe festival must-see Stuart Goldsmith and delightfully observational Craig Deeley at The Queens Hall, Narberth on Thursday 10th July.
Headliner for the evening is Stuart Goldsmith, who sparkles with the effortless charisma and quick-fire timing he honed over a misspent youth as a street-performer. He’s internationally recognised for his original and striking stand-up comedy and the Sunday Times have labelled him an ‘expert stand-up’.
Stuart has interviewed big names such as Sarah Millican for his podcast ‘The Comedian’s Comedian’ and was a 2011 participant in ITV’s Show Me The Funny. Expect funny things from him!
The second dose of laughs comes from Craig Deeley, a stand-up noted for his self-mockery and observational humour. The semi-finalist for Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny has toured all over the UK, amusing audiences with his take on the ridiculousness of modern life in his own charming Brummy way.
Compere for the evening is James Cook, a comedian with a quick wit and excellent improvisational skills. He’s previously won the Jongleurs/Spike Milligan award for stand-up in 2003 and has been described as ‘the future Frank Skinner’ by Birmingham Metro.
Sit by candle-light with delicious food from Sospan Fach and a bar to keep the drinks flowing, it’s the perfect night out for a get together. For group bookings of 10 or more Span Arts offers discounts on tickets, and for parties of 20 or more table reservations are also available.
Tickets are cheaper in advance so book yours now on 01834 869323 or on the Span Arts website at span-arts.org.uk.