The Submarine Comedy Club
The Submarine Comedy Club returns to the fray on Thursday, October 10 Show, live at the Archangel in Frome with a line up that wouldn't be out of place in a much bigger venue.
Organiser, Tim O'Connor, tells us more about the acts: "Featuring someone old, someone new, someone Canadian, someone a bit blue ... we are excited to present our next show.
"Ivor Dembina is founder and resident host of the Hampstead Comedy Club. The venue, now in its 20th year is one of London's most popular small scale comedy clubs.
"He has performed in many venues in his career, even in 2008 performing his This Is Not A Subject For Comedy show at the Houses of Parliament.
"Although a relative newcomer in comparison, Daniel Fitzhenry is becoming the go-to comic in Bath, inbetween his stand up, he also currently runs three comedy nights in Bath/Bristol, soon to become four and is resident MC at the monthly Komedia new act night, which he has built up from a few lost souls in attendance to a regular, packed out place to be in less than six months.
"We're really excited about having one of Canada's best new comics to headline. Dana Alexander is outspoken and hilarious in equal measure and has now packed her bags and is now loving in the UK. She told us: 'England has the best stand-up comedy scene in the world. And my mother happens to be English so it worked for visa purposes, too'.
"Opening act Robert White is a ball of comedic energy.
"His sweet, sincere appearance is in sharp contrast to the deluge of perverse wordplay. His material and performance are extremely funny, shocking and original.
"And if that isn't enough, we also have Paul Laight and Phil Read making it one bumper night of belly laughs."
Admission costs £9 and doors open at 8pm for a 8.30pm start.
To book tickets visit www.cheeseandgrain.co.uk.