Comedy Night at the Goods Shed
4 May 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm| £12
Comedy returns to Tetbury Goods Shed on Friday 4 May
Opening the evening will be Tewkesbury’s Jon Wagstaffe. Jon is an award-winning comedian who has taken well-received shows to Edinburgh and runs several comedy nights in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury. In his own words, Jon is “Tewkesbury’s finest and only stand-up comic. His take on modern life will have any audience in fits of laughter. He is also devilishly good-looking and has beautiful hair”. We can certainly vouch for the fits of laughter part. For his hair and looks? Come along and decide for yourself.
We were expecting Morgan Rees but unfortunately he can no longer appear as it turns out he was also booked to perform to a marquee full of wet revellers at a festival in Wales. However, we’ve been lucky to secure the services of Marti. I don’t know much about Marti but Arthur Smith off the telly rates him as ” “Hilariously naive” and he’s won a number of competitions. So he’s funny alright.
Our headliner, Cally Beaton, is a successful businesswoman, trainer and mother. She’s also an outstanding comedian – a natural storyteller full of intelligent, distinctive and punchline-rich material. Her act is a rollercoaster ride of anecdotes, observations and stuff even your best mate wouldn’t admit to.
As well as winning awards and plaudits, Cally has appeared several times on BBC Radio 4, including most recently on Museum of Comedy, and her first episode of QI on BBC1 was broadcast in January 2018.
Cally relishes engaging with live audiences and turning gender stereotypes on their head. She is awesomely funny. And modest too.
Once again, your host for the evening will be Tetbury’s Matt Roseblade.
Please note this evenings performance contains “Adult Humour” considered unsuitable for those under 18 years of age.
Your host for the evening will be ex-Tetbury resident, Matt Roseblade, who promises that he won’t be mean or pick on anyone who sits in the front row.
Please note this performance contains adult humour and is not suitable for those under the age of 18 years