Comedy in Cambridge in April 2019

Monday 1 April

Mo Amer and Guz Khan
U.S. comic Mo has an acclaimed Netflix special while Guz is best known for his appearances on YouTube and BBC as Mobeen.
Cambridge Junction
£27.50

Comedian Julian Clary comes to Cambridge in April
Julian Clary

Thursday 4 April

Julian Clary: Born to Mince
In this outrageously camp new show, (that he was going to call Bed Knobs and Knee Pads but was advised might not sell too well in Harrogate), renowned homosexual Julian Clary will bare his soul as never before in the interests of light entertainment.  
Cambridge Corn Exchange
£25

Thursday 4 April

Big Deal Comedy
A mixed-bill night featuring up and coming comics
Novi
£5

Thursday 4 April – Saturday 6 April

Twisted Tales
An improvised comedy show that aims to put new spins on classic fairytales.
Cambridge ADC
£5-£9

Friday 5 April

Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Quality mixed bill with Rob Rouse, Ian Stone and more.
Cambridge Junction
£13.50

Friday 5 April

Russell Kane: The Fast and the Curious
Multi-award winning comedian, presenter, actor, author and scriptwriter Russell Kane is best known for BBC Three’s Stupid Man, Smart Phone and the host of three series of BBC Three‘s Live At The Electric
Cambridge Corn Exchange
£20

Saturday 6 April

Carl Hutchinson: I Know I Shouldn’t Behave Like This
A new hour from the Geordie comedian who’s been on The Chris Ramsey Show
Cambridge Junction
£13.50

Saturday 6 April

The Lancashire Hotpots
Musical comedy from a group whose songs include I Fear Ikea and Shopmobility Scooter.
Portland Arms
£14.50

Saturday 6 April

Wine Gums Comedy Night
Quality mixed bill night including up-and-comers Matt Price and Eshaan Akbar.
CUCWinebar
£13.00

Sunday 7 April

Tom Stade: I Swear To
The Canadian comic brings his hit Edinburgh Fringe show to Cambridge
Cambridge Junction
£19.50

Comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean comes to Cambridge in April
Kiri Pritchard-McLean

Sunday 7 April

Kiri Pritchard-McLean
The host of the All Killa No Filla is emerging as one of the funniest and most exciting figures on the comedy scene, picking up huge plaudits for his Edinburgh Fringe shows and winning Best Compere and Best Breakthrough Act at this year’s Chortle Awards.
Cambridge Junction
£14

Friday 12 April

Micky P Kerr: Z-List Celebrity
The musical comedian has been on Britain’s Got Talent
Cambridge Junction
£17

Friday 12 April

Custard Comedy
A great bill for the 10th anniversary special of this club. Zoe Lyons (Mock the Week) headlines with support from Paul Sinha (The Chase) and Jonny Awsum (Britain’s Got Talent). And Laura Lexx MCs. Top work Custard.
Comberton Sports and Arts
£10/£13

Sunday 14 April

Wifi Wars
Steve McNeil combines comedy and video games in this cult show that allows the audience to play along.
Cambridge Junction
£11.50


Sunday 14 April

Sean McLoughlin
A thoughtful and unassuming comedian who has been quietly building smart, articulate hour-long shows at the Edinburgh Fringe for the past few years. He’s finally beginning to get the acclaim and attention he deserves.
Cambridge Juncton
£12

Monday 15 April

Paul Merton’s Impro Chums
The Have I Got News For You regular takes his improvised hour to Cambridge. He’s joined by some equally funny mates.
West Road Concert Hall
£25

Monday 15 April

Endurance Comedy Night
Mixed bill night of acts trying to survive for the longest time.
The Blue Moon
FREE

Tuesday 16 April

Tommy Tiernan: Paddy Crazy Horse
Tommy is a veteran of the stand-up world, building a legendary status for whirlwind shows of anger and energy.
West Road Concert Hall
£22

18-20 April

Murder Most Unexpected
Improv comedy troupe Cambridge Improv Factory perform a brand new comedy noir every night based an audience suggestions.
ADC Theatre
£5-£7

Friday 19 April

Relevant Records Comedy Night
Mixed bill of newcomers
Relevant Records
FREE

Friday 19 April

Brennan Reece: Evermore
A third hour-long show for a comic with a bright future.
Cambridge Junction
£11.50

Friday 19 April

Andrew Maxwell
A panel show regular and veteran of the stand-up circuit who can guarantee an insightful hour of quality comedy.
Cambridge Junction
£15.50

Saturday 20 April

Rob Auton: The Talk Show
Rob is a cult hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, always ranking about the favourite shows of performers. He counts Daniel Kitson and Scroobius Pip among the many fans of his mix of comedy/theatre/spoken word.
Cambridge Junction
£13.50

Sunday 21 April

Tom Neenan: It’s Always Infinity
A narrative-driven character comedy show about toxic masculinity from a man who’s one of the busiest men on Radio 4’s writing teams, working on The News Quiz, The Now Show and more. He’s also written on The Mash Report with his old comedy partner Nish Kumar.
Cambridge Junction
£13.50

Comedian Sofie Hagen comes to Cambridge in April
Sofie Hagen

Friday 26 April

Sofie Hagen: Bubblewrap
The Danish comedian brings back the show that won her Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015. It’s a tale about self-acceptance, mental health and Westlife.
Cambridge Junction
£15

Friday 26 April

The Portland Comedy Club
A mixed bill night with acts TBC
The Portland Arms
£6

Saturday 27 April

Stewart Francis: Into the Punset
More wordplay from the panel show regular
Cambridge Corn Exchange
£26

Saturday 27 April

Big Deal Comedy
A mixed-bill night of newcomers.
Browns Field Community Centre
£5

Sunday 28 April

Alfie Brown: Lunatic
A hit on the Fringe for several years for intense shows of personal revelation and political hypothesising, this is Alfie’s first UK tour.
Cambridge Junction
£10

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