Peterborough Comedy Club with Jo Caulfield, Stephen Bailey, Mark Simmons & Sarah Keyworth
Tonights lineup includes Jo Caulfield (Have I Got News For You, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow) / Stephen Bailey (Live at the Apollo, Roast Battle, "Comedy genius" - Fringe Guru) / Mark Simmons (Mock the Week, So You Think You’re Funny Finalist) / Sarah Keyworth (Roast Battle, ITV's Stand Up Sketch Show)
Jo Caufield - Whether you’ve seen her on TV shows such as “Have I Got News For You” or “Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow”, heard her on the radio on “Just a Minute” or “Stop The Press”, or caught her live at one of her award-winning Edinburgh Festival shows, the chances are you’re already familiar with Jo’s work. Described by The Observer as “one of the finest female comics at work” and by The Scotsman as “quite simply, a damn funny woman” Jo can regularly be seen headlining the UK’s biggest and best comedy clubs.
Stephen Bailey - As seen on Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One), Love Island: Aftersun & the second series of The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2). Stephen Bailey is a cocktail of class, caring and comedy, with the most flamboyant umbrella to top it all off. He's a comedian, presenter, television personality and writer, whose friendly and open brand of gossipy humour has made him one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming acts in comedy at the moment.
Mark Simmons - As Seen on BBC's Mock The Week, BBCR4's 4 Xtra Stands Up Mark is an exceptional one-liner comedian. It's won him a place in Dave’s prestigious Best Joke of The Fringe in Edinburgh 2017 & 2019. His recent solo shows at the festival, One-Liner, OneLinererer and One-Linerererer have been huge hits, with sell out shows every day and a nomination for Best Show by the Amused Moose Comedy Award Fringe Show 2017. He can also be seen on the road as tour support for the likes of Rob Brydon, Seann Walsh and Rob Beckett. Sarah Keyworth As seen on Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle and ITV2’S Stand Up Sketch Show.
Sarah Keyworth - Since first performing stand-up at university, Sarah has fast become one of UK comedy’s brightest new talents. Having already been a Funny Women runner-up, 2018 saw Sarah take her debut hour, Dark Horse, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. A thoughtful and hilarious meditation on gender, girlhood and the challenges of growing up different, the show was a huge critical hit, receiving four and five star reviews from The Herald, Telegraph, Scotsman and many more. The show also received a Herald Angel Award, a Pleasance Theatre Award and a nomination for Best Newcomer in the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Please note lineup may be subject to change