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The Late Show this week!



This week we have some killer comedy coming your way hosted by MC Dave Fensome. Enjoy late night laughs this Thursday, Friday and Saturday night with the likes of Phil Nichol, Stephen Grant, and Bobby Mair for just a tenner.

Phil Nichol


Shortlisted for the if.comeddies award, Phil Nicol is "Phenomenal. Just phenomenal." (★★★★★ - The Scotsman). His tirade of impassioned outrage and eye-bulging frustration accompany every story, which reaches pay-offs that are simultaneously clever, meaningful and downright hilarious.


Described as both "Riotously funny" (The Sunday Telegraph) and "the most blood-vessel-busting solo spectacle you're likely to see" (★★★★ - The Guardian), He'll squeeze hours of material into a short, fast-paced set that packs a punch.



Stephen Grant


Stephen Grant is a multi-award winning MC and the current host of Komedia's infamous Krater Comedy Club. He's been widely celebrated for writing and performing six critically acclaimed Fringe shows, and he regularly headlines the legendary Comedy Store in London.



He's even written for Rob Becket on Mock the Week, Sean Walsh for Stand up for the Week and Lee Nelson's Well Good Show. His list of awards, nominations and positive reviews won't actually fit into this short summary, so you'll just have to take our word for it. It's safe to say The Late Show audiences won't be disappointed this weekend.



Larry Dean


Larry Dean is another comic with countless five-star reviews, awards and high profile endorsements. He's been described as "An innately gifted and multi-faceted performer" (Chortle) who is "Destined to become a household name" (The Times). Even top UK comic Michael McIntyre is among his devoted followers, saying, "there is no doubt about it, this guy is hilarious. sensational". His light-hearted and up-beat comedy is both warm and engaging, charming audiences with his unique blend of feel-good humour





Dinesh Nathan

As the Leicester Mercury Finalist 2020 and winner of South Coast Comedian OTY 2019, Dinesh Nathan is a “class act” (Chortle) with 'Outstanding material" (Fringe Review), and all the characteristics of a stand-up set to go far. His warm and amiable musings coast along at a pleasant pace, with enough, laughs to keep the audience hanging on to his every word. We’re always happy to welcome back a Fringe favourite, especially when they’re as original, creative and downright hilarious as Nathan.







Bobby Mair


Bobby Mair's dark and twisted introspective observations are both hilarious and brutally relatable, earning him a reputation as a ‘Functionally mentally ill’ comic who’s capable of greatness, as long as you don’t mind it steeped in grubby depravity’ (The Times).



His TV credits include 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC2), Comedy Central's Roast Battle (alongside wife Harriet Kelmsley), and perhaps more surprisingly, If Katie Hopkins Rules the World, where he donated his show fee to everyone she hates.


'Bobby Mair is clearly a brilliant stand up. He’s either going to be a huge international comedy star or the funniest homeless man ever.’ - Jimmy Carr



Harriet Kemsley


Kemsley returns after her monumentally successful Fringe show 'Slutty Joan', which unpacked the complex issues of slut-shaming and victim-blaming that's plagued the comedy scene, and of course, the wider world. Her deeply funny observations are "like a cocktail that’s sweet and sparkly on top but turns out to contain a lot of overproof rum" (★★★★ - The Scotsman), carefully woven together with dark humour and astute analysis that's almost impossible to fault.




Thursday 8th July

Phil Nichol

Stephen Grant

Larry Dean


Friday 9th July

Dinesh Nathan

Harriet Kemsley

Bobby Mair


Saturday 11th July

Stephen Grant

Harriet Kemsley

Bobby Mair



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