WELSH funnyman Noel James comes to the Comedy Club at Narberth Rugby Club on Thursday, April 11, with the aim of cheering everyone up.

Noel has been treading the boards for 25 years, he has played – and often headlined – most comedy clubs in the UK including Glee Clubs, Banana Cabaret, Hyena, The Stand, Up The Creek, Frog and Bucket, Baby Blue, and more.

He’s done sketch shows on BBC Radio Wales, and various TV comedy and acting roles in both English and Welsh.

He is credited with delivering ‘the funniest joke I’ve ever heard’ by Jon Richardson of The Guardian in 2017.

Noel is joined by Jack Campbell, winner of English Comedian of the Year 2014, who has performed in Australia, Germany, Finland, Latvia and Estonia.

Jack has been shortlisted for the BBC Radio New Comedy Award Finals, performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in Australia and regularly gigs with professional TV comedians.

MC for the night is the newest star on the UK comedy scene, Matt Stellingwerf, who has dominated the comedy stages of New Zealand for the past five years.

Tickets are £12/£10 in advance are available online, by calling 01834 869323, online or from the Span Arts box office or on the door for £14/£12.