Written and Directed by Jonathan R. Parsonage. Presented by Circle Theatre 'I look out at the garden. Concrete slab. I look up at the sky. Concrete clouds. It’s time'
17th & 18th November 2021, 8pm
Last Day on Earth
Stalwarts of the Bristol Longform Improv scene Last Day on Earth present a night packed with brilliant improvised sketch comedy.
Friday 5th November 2021, 8pm
The Room Above of Horrors
The Room Above of Horrors showcases a selection of horrifically funny sketches... what could possibly go wrong? Follow to see photos and our review!
Friday 29th & Saturday 30th October, 8pm
Liam Pickford: Skrike
Skrike is a Northern word and Pickford is a Northern man. He will be a northern man for 50ish minutes. If cerebral wallowings and jokes that cause the author visible shame are you bag, then this is the show for you.
Friday 22nd October 2021, 8pm
Stu and Burt
Stuart Goldsmith is an internationally award-winning comedian, writer, podcaster and host. Burt Williamson presents an hour-in-progress stand-up show fresh off a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe
Saturday 16th October 2021
Real Positive Poles Present: After Dusk
You walk into a play but none of the actors have learned their lines, because there are none. This show hasn’t been written yet. A nightmare or a dream? Who’s to say?An improvised twist on The Twilight Zone!
September 25th 2021
Ted Milligan: Ted Talks
Former President of the Bristol Revunions and current holder of no world records “Ted Milligan” (Ed Fringe Review) has something to say. But after really getting to know himself in lockdown, he’s realised he’s not the best person to say it. Instead he's going to use characters, sketches and songs (yes songs) to say it.
28th August 2021
Alex Kitson: You Can Call Me Al
Alex Kitson is an "Incredible...so clever" (BBC Radio Bristol) award-nominated stand-up comedian and writer. In this hotly expected first hour, Kitson tackles the major issues, from Febreze (Fresh Laundry Flavour) to Horses (general). He has moved from Devon to Bristol, back to Devon, then back again, to Devon once more and then finally he’s back in Bristol. He knows a lot more about the world now (and the M5), but has he become a better person along the way?
27th August 2021
Waiting For Hamlet
Set before the tragedy of Hamlet begins, Waiting for Hamlet places the Old King in the afterlife with his jester, Yorick. Locked down in limbo, the King wants to go back and right wrongs, but there’s a problem, he wants to right the wrong wrongs. And the only thing that can stop the old fool is the old Fool, Yorick.
20th & 21st July 2021
Bristol Improv Presents: Dynamite!
We're back for our first and last Dynamite! of the year. Featuring 3 of Bristol's funniest stand ups and Improv with a murder mystery twist. Expect drinks, laughs and murder.
27th June 2021, 8pm