The Leadmill Comedy Club
July 3 | 19:00
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.
Neil is one of the most in-demand comedians on Irish television. He is best known to UK audiences for a storming appearance on the first series of Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow on BBC1, and has also appeared on The World Stand Ups and Live At The Comedy Store, both on Comedy Central. Neil is one of a handful of performers to consistently receive five star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe year-after-year. “No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit.” The Irish Times
Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, who’s recently finished a national tour of her show Separated at Birth and nominated for the Dublin Fringe Festival Best Performer. She has also become the new co-host of RTE’s Republic Of Telly. Joanne is a regular on Irish radio and TV and also writes for Irish Independent’s Insider Magazine and The Sunday Times.
Josh Jones is a camp tour de force. Right from the off you feel like he’s your gay best friend: Super bitchy, uber feminine, ultra working class and totally adorable. This young, friendly, and energetic performer has the cutest little baby face that makes you love him despite the awful things he says!
‘He has a very engaging personality, and a back – story that should keep in routines for years to come.’ Chortle
Kelly is an ‘in-your face and reassuringly confident’ (Chortle) comedian who is not one to mince her words when giving audiences an insight into what modern women really think. While her outspoken and forward-thinking musings may go against the grain, there’s a winning authenticity to her material that is refreshing and relatable.
Voted by The Metro as ‘1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out for’, a finalist in So You Think You’re Funny and Funny Women and is no doubt, one to watch.