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Adele Cliff: Cliff Notes

A joke packed show from Adele Cliff, Finalist in last year's Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act Competition and one of Dave's Top Ten Funniest Jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe 2016, who teaches you everything you need to know about her and plenty that you don't need to know.

Sat 4 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Angela Barnes: Fortitude

Angela Barnes (Mock The Week, R4’s News Quiz, host of R4 Extra’s Newsjack) brings her latest show, Fortitude, to Nottingham. Stand-up and stories from a reluctant 40something with some stuff to say. 'Feels like a sure-fire bet the instant she utters her opening lines'

Sat 11 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Carly Smallman: Drama Queen

Carly grew up with actor parents. And it's messed her up. Expect jokes, songs and oversharing aplenty in this fun, friendly hour of stand up comedy.

Sat 4 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Clayton Jones: D.W.A dad with attitude

D.W.A Dad with Attitude…..It's payback time..

Sat 11 Nov

Free

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Diane Spencer: Still Digging

Diane Spencer’s new stand-up show contains more of her sparkling, edgy storytelling that has delighted audiences worldwide.  With 7 hit standup shows on YouTube, and multiple 5 star reviews, Diane Spencer’s mix of personal experiences and unflinching honesty make for a brilliant hour of polished comedy.

Sat 11 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Fran Jenking and Stu Woodings: Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before

Can you feel that? That's energy. The energy of two handsome chaps that create gold every time that they're in the same room together. Stu does half… Fran does half… You laugh throughout… Classics and new material. Spot on.

Sat 11 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Jon Pearson: Feet First

As someone who is prone to jumping into situations feet first, Jon Pearson knows the trouble it can bring. Join him as he tells tales from his life.

Sat 11 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Jon Pearson: Feet First

 To hell with the consequences! Jon loves jumping in feet first when it comes to the big decisions. Becoming a pub landlord, building a kitchen and a bathroom in the same week, deciding to get married 2,000 miles from home, with no guests. But getting that forever toaster, now that takes months of deliberation. Join Jon…

Sat 11 Nov

£5 all day ticket £7

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Josh Pugh: The Nuneaton and Hinckley Technical College Revue

Work in progress show from English Comedian of the Year 2016, Josh Pugh. New ideas, a whole lot of vibes and good fun times.

Sat 4 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Josh Pugh: The Nuneaton And Hinckley Technical College Revue: Work In Progress

The award-winning comedian presents a work-in-progress show.

Sat 4 Nov

£5

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Keith and Don: 'Reunited… and It Feels So Good

Wakefield's legendary singer-songwriter, Keith Burton (the genius behind contemporary classics such as 'Swedish Girl From Castleford' and 'Alcoholic Lesbian Vet') has been reunited with his estranged manager, Don Kiddick. They're setting out to put right what once went wrong. This is a candid look at the history and…

Sat 4 Nov

Free

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Patrick Draper

A Work In Progress show about a man trying to establish his sense of identity, in an increasingly fragmented world. Trouble is - he’s an idiot with no sense whatsoever. Since Patrick first nonchalantly ambled onto the stage in October 2011, he has cemented his place on the UK comedy circuit with a mixed bag of deadpan…

Sat 11 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Scott Bennett VS Scott Bennett - A Work In Progress

A brand new work in progress stand up show from Amused Moose Edinburgh Award Nominee, tour support for Rob Brydon and Panelbeaters performer; Scott Bennett.

Sat 4 Nov

Free

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre

The Socks return with a new show of songs, sketches, socks and violence. This time, they're taking on Shakespeare himself.

Sat 4 Nov

£5.50–£7.70

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre: Socks Do Shakespeare

The Socks are back with their biggest Edinburgh hit ever. Doing Shakespeare. Don't miss it this time, it's your last chance. Howl at their Hamlet, roar at their Romeo & Juliet, and peer into their Coriolanus

Sat 4 Nov

£5 all day ticket £7

Part of Nottingham Comedy Festival.

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