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The Leadmill Comedy Club
March 6 | 19:00£5
The most exciting, emerging stand up comedians from the UK’s prestigious comedy circuit! The first Wednesday of every month!
Advanced tickets: General Admission from £6, Table Tickets (Seats up to 4 people and guarantees a table) £28.
Student Tickets are only £5!
Tickets often sell out, make sure to get yours in advance to guarantee your spot!
Also available on the night, a delicious plate of award winning Mexican food from Sheffield’s own amazing Street Food Chef.
Need more information? E-mail us at [email protected] or by phone: 0114 2727 040 Please note: Acts are subject to change without prior notice, explicit language and imagery may be used by acts during the event and sometimes, even a bit of nudity.
laidback, on-the-nose material, chopping down fools of all colours, both in day-to-day life and in the media. Nathan’s award-winning combination of personal and topical anecdotes has lead to appearances on BBC2’s ‘Mock The Week’, BBC3’s ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’, BBC Radio 4’s ‘Now Show’, and his own BBC Radio 4 sitcom ‘Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing’
With a distinctive comic voice and hilariously original tales, Catherine has rapidly risen through the ranks of the Irish and UK comedy scene having been a finalist in both the BBC New Comedy Award and Funny Women. Catherine currently appears in BBC2’s The Mash report as the professional immigrant and off stage she writes for Frankie Boyles New World Order, the Now Show and The News Quiz.
Catherine’s debut Edinburgh show last year received rave reviews…”The sort of perfectly structured debut you always hope for but rarely see” The Times
Following impressive performances and wowing audiences at the Latitude, V and Reading festivals and being nominated for Best Debut at the Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival 2015, Elliot Steel is a must-see comic name to watch out for. His hilarious and honest routines are gritty real-life tales of growing up on a South London council estate – all delivered in his refreshingly individual style with a confidence and stage presence beyond his years. Elliot has also been heard on BBC Radio 1’s Comedy Lounge and BBC Radio 4.
Jake fell into a career as a stand up after gaining a following on Twitter under the pseudonym @LittleLostLad and deciding to put down his iPhone and pick up a microphone.
It has proven to be a great choice with him making it to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award within six months of his first gig. Jake has gone on to perform on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4 Extra as well as being nominated for the Magners New Comedian of the Year, English Comedian of the Year and the Leicester Mercury New Act of the Year.