Monday 12 June

Doors: Doors 8pm 1st Show - 8.30pm 2nd Show 9.45pm

Tickets: Not available Not available

A chance to catch two full shows for less than the price of one before they go up to the Edinburgh Festival.  We aim to recreate the true Edinburgh experience – no audience, no pay for the acts, great fun!  We have an enviable record in predicting the big-hit shows before they win awards


Joe Wells  

I Hope I Die Before I Start Voting Conservative


Received opinion says that as you get older, you get more right-wing. Joe Wells is trying to grow up without losing faith that we can build a fairer society.


The third solo show by the critically acclaimed and award-winning comedian, as seen supporting Frankie Boyle and Alexei Sayle. Joe has also written for TV shows "Have I Got News For You (BBC1) and The Revolution Will Be Televised (BBC3)

"Some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian" The Guardian


"Bold cutting and, at times, ruthless" The Argus.


"This show is a genuine hidden treasure of the Fringe... ...Clever, insightful and funny, well structured jokes are set up and delivered intelligently and candidly. Top stuff." Chortle


In October 2004 Gareth Richards did his first ever gig aboard the Wibbly Wobbly boat, a notorious venue compered by alternative comedy veteran Malcolm Hardy. After his set Malcolm shook his hand and said, "Was that really your first gig?”

"Yes,” said Gareth.

Malcolm said, "Yeah, I thought it was.”

Gareth Richards’ hilarious stand-up, silly jokes and gorgeously low-key comedy songs have made him an instant favourite on the comedy circuit. In 2010 he was nominated for Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer. 

Gareth has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News, Live at the Electric (BBC3) and in January performed live on Radio 1 on two separate occasions. Gareth co-hosted Frank Skinner’s Sony award-winning Absolute Radio show for two years and supported Frank on his 2014 tour. 


"A delightful hour of comedy”
The Guardian

"Clever craftsman with a big future”
Bruce Dessau, The Evening Standard

"An effortlessly assured act… exceptionally inspired and truly memorable.”
Steve Bennett, Chortle



Joe Wells , Gareth Richards