Thursday 2nd November, 8:00 PM
We’re back with a bang this November and continue to bring you the best of the best from the UK comedy circuit.
This month features Matt Price, Eva Bindeman and Joey Page!
Do note line-up is subject to change
Eva Bindeman is a Bristol based, North East Comic bringing a warm, conversational sense of humour with a twist of the unexpected. Recently seen on BBC 1 and iPlayer for the BBC New Comedy Awards, Eva is a performer to look out for this year and beyond. Funny women “one to watch” 2022
Stand-up or cider finalist 2021
SYTYF semi finalist 2019
“Superb…Very Funny” Russell Howard.
“Killer gags and excellent delivery. Bindeman knows what she is doing.” The Bath Echo.
Joey Page has been hailed as the future of stand up and is storming the circuit with his trail blazing brand of ‘Indie Comedy’ that’s surreal and inventive. Joey’s enigmatic and charming presence brings about an instant rapport with his audiences. Every now and again you see a comedian like this who’s so wonderfully gifted he makes it all look effortless. The style and subject matter of his material is unlike that of any other out there, making him one of the most unique and memorable acts you will see. He’s also favourite of Noel Fielding (from The Mighty Boosh and Great British Bake Off) and as a result has supported him on tour.
“Really Good, Proper Funny” Ronnie Wood
“Surreal, charming and hilarious, one of comedy’s most unique and exciting new talents. This innately likeable young man has an instinct for funny” Chortle
“A stylish comedian with a sonic imagination and a twinkle in his eye” Noel Fielding
Matt Price has performed in 30 countries, including Turkey, Cambodia, Australia and Russia. He is a big friendly guy from Cornwall. He likes to tell stories, he tells jokes and interacts with a crowd in a way that makes everyone in the room feel good.
Matt also hosts the “Conversations with Criminals” podcast in which he interviews retired criminals and ask them about their lives. It was described in Crime monthly magazine as a “podcast sensation”.
Matt’s stories are from the wilder side of life but surprisingly easy to relate to. Here are a few of the things that reviewers have said about his comedy:
“One of the best storytellers on the circuit” ★★★★ – Artshub Australia
“criminally funny” ★★★★ – The Scotsman
“Great storyteller” – Phnom Phen Post, Cambodia