Comedy night returns after snow show
A comedy show which had to be cancelled due to snow in January, is now appearing at Tor Leisure Centre, in Glastonbury.
Travestees Comedy Club is bringing Joel Dommett, James Redmond, Tom Price and Matt Rudge to the stage on Wednesday.
Joel has made a huge impact on the comedy circuit since starting stand up back in 2007 and gained rave reviews for his debut solo Edinburgh show, Neon Hero, in 2011.
He has since appeared on Russell Howard's Good News and has numerous acting credits to his name including Skins, Teenage Kicks and was most recently on our screens in How to Survive a Disaster Movie.
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He is also a regular on MTV, presenting their daily news bulletins and has also presented the red carpet coverage for the EMAs and the Brits.
James Redmond is a dry, slick and subtle stand-up who delivers unexpected twists and turns during his set as he deconstructs his art.
Tom Price bounds on stage full of energy and audiences warm immediately to his puppy-like charm and sense of fun.
His interaction with the audience is warm and inclusive and his ability to think on his feet and work the crowd is simply stunning.
Tom's material is charming and self effacing, but with a very wicked side that keeps the laughs rolling on and on.
Within a year of starting stand-up, compere for the evening Matt, was nominated as Comedian of the Year at the Leicester Comedy Festival, and was a finalist in New Act of the Year 2007 and Edinburgh's Laugh Off 2008.
Doors open at 7.30pm with the first comic on stage at 8pm.
Entry is £9 and due to the unpredictable nature of some comics, organisers recommend the show for over 16s.
For more info or to reserve tickets visit www.travestees.com.