Owain Glyndwr Centre

Owain Glyndwr Centre
Heol Maengwyn, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8EE
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Amy Annette: What Women Want: Return (Of The) To Mach

The writer, comedian and feminist discusses the age-old question with Evelyn Mok and Stuart Goldsmith focusing on misconceptions, misadventures, misogyny and more.

Birthday Girls: Sh!t Hot Party Legends

Sketch comedy from Beattie Edmondson, Rose Johnson and Camille Ucan. As featured on BBC Radio 4's Sketchorama, BBC1's Absolutely Fabulous, and Channel 4's Blaps.

Sat 29 Apr

Brennan Reece: Everglow

  • 4 stars

Debut show from English Comedian of the Year, Brennan Reece.

Sun 30 Apr

Brett Goldstein: What Is Love Baby Don't Hurt Me

The award-winning comic and actor presents a show about money, power, sex and love.

Brian Gittins: Don’t Feed The Monkey Man (Work In Progress)

Comedian and actor David Earl unleashes his alter ego and tries out new material.

Chris Betts: Bewilderbeest (WIP)

Sceptical, ludicrous and hilarious satire and silliness from the comic.

Sat 29 Apr

Chris Kent: Moving On

The award-winning Irish stand-up performs his new material.

Sun 30 Apr

£8 / 01654 702932

Colin Hoult / Anna Mann: A Sketch Show For Depressives

Star of BBC's Murder in Successville and Being Human, Colin Hoult returns as the delightful character Ms Anna Mann in a show to put down your black dog at last or at least chuck him a bone. As seen in Derek, Life's Too Short and creator of BBC Radio 4's Carnival of Monsters.

Daniel Cook: Ye-Ha! (Work In Progress)

The award-winning comedian presents new material about being broke.

Fri 28 Apr

Ed Aczel’s Foreign Policy

Absurdist contemporary material delivered in the anti-comedian's clumsy performance style exhibiting disinterest in his subject matter and a lack of belief in his own performance.

Sun 30 Apr

Eleanor Tiernan: Preview

Whimsical storytelling and observations from the comedian.

Sat 29 Apr

Fern Brady: Male Comedienne

The award-nominated stand-up muses on timely issues of gender, class and Catholicism.

Sun 30 Apr

Fin Taylor: Whitey McWhiteface

The comedian performs his show about being white.

Fri 28 Apr

Fin Taylor: Work In Progress

More potentially controversial material from the comedian in his latest show.

Sat 29 Apr

Grainne Maguire: Grainne With A Fada

Quirky wit from the acclaimed Irish stand-up.

Sat 29 Apr

Ian Smith: Work In Progress

Offbeat and incisive wit as the award-winning stand-up tries out new material.

Sun 30 Apr

John Kearns: Work In Progress

Brand new material performed by the Fosters Comedy Award-winning stand-up, who combines elements of absurdist stand-up, characters and sketches.

Sat 29 Apr

Jordan Brookes: The Making Of

The 2016 Chortle Award Best Newcomer nominee presents his second solo hour.

Sat 29 Apr

Lazy Susan

New and old material from the teen model socialites.

Sun 30 Apr

£8 / 01654 702932

Mark Watson: Something Happens, Twice

The comedian delivers classic and new material.

Sat 29 Apr

Sun 30 Apr

Mat Ewins: Will Make You A Star

Punchy, wide-ranging jokes from Ewins.

Fri 28 Apr

Nicola Burgess And Andrea Edwards: Big Fat Running Show

A comedy show with songs for runners, wannabe runners, non-runners and those who prefer a brisk walk.

Owen Niblock: Placeholder

New material from the comic who has taken a year off to find himself.

Sat 29 Apr

Pat Cahill: D.O.T.T

Offbeat and inventive humour mixed with surreal songs.

Sat 29 Apr

£8 / 01654 702932

Patrick Turpin: Itty Bitty Little Titty Piece

The comic shares his observations regarding clothes, life as full-time sissy, death, love and romance.

Paul F Taylor: Back

Offbeat one-liners, flights of fancy and a totally absurd storyline from the surrealist comedian.

Sun 30 Apr

£7 / 01654 702932

Phoebe Walsh: I'll Have What She's Having (Work In Progress)

We're born alone, we live with weird people we find on Gumtree, we die alone. Phoebe does some lovely, lovely jokes about the struggles of livin', workin' and findin' true love in this post truth world. Come prepared to laugh and then tweet about your laugh, cos Phoebe is the voice of a generation..Tudors and Stuarts.

Rachel Parris: A Work In Progress

The award-winning musical comedian as seen on Austentatious, The IT Crowd and Murder In Successville presents a collection of songs, stories and stand-up.

Sun 30 Apr

Rob Carter Is Christopher Bliss

The 2011 Chortle Student Comedy Award-finalist and winner of the 2012 Musical Comedy Award takes geeking-out to a new level in this unapologetically nerdy show.

Sat 29 Apr

Sean McLoughlin: You Can’t Ignore Me Forever

A new show from the comedian and writer.

Spencer Jones: The Audition

The multi award-winning, BAFTA-nominated star presents a mash-up of visual comedy, strange music, props and characters.

Sun 30 Apr

Steffan Alun: Time Capsule

The Welsh comedian reveals the contents of a time capsule he buried some years ago.

Sat 29 Apr

Stuart Goldsmith: Compared To What

Quick-fire stand-up, infectious banter, amiable anecdotes and stories from the former street entertainer turned acclaimed comic, as seen on ITV's Show Me The Funny and creator of The Comedian's Comedian podcast, that aims to find out how his comedy colleagues create their material.

Sun 30 Apr

Stuart Goldsmith: Compared to What?

Stand-up from the affable comedian.

Fri 28 Apr

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