Goods Shed Comedy Club
22 June | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm| £12
More hilarity than you can shake a (rather large) funny stick at!!!
The Goods Shed Comedy Club is back with a BANG (and jokes) with Cerys Nelmes, Alasdair Beckkett King and Eshaan Akbar! You lucky lovers of comedy you.
Introducing West Country Stand Up Comedian Cerys Nelmes, born and bred in the centre of the Cotswolds!
Appearing in the new series of Trollied on Sky 1. Cerys can also be seen popping up on Casualty, Stella, Back, The Coroner, Thirteen, Ill Behavior, Galavant and The Rack Pack
Cerys has had a very colourful and eventful life which she loves talking about to make people laugh. She performs her comedy in a story telling style with a West Country charm that is easy to warm to.
Cerys has worked very hard to forge a strong career in the comedy industry. She is a leading mc on the comedy circuit, working for major UK clubs and UK charity events. Cerys has a fantastic stage presence and her audience interaction is flawless.
Alasdair Beckkett King
Alasdair won New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) in 2014 and has featured on BBC radio as a comedian and sketch writer. He’s performed stand-up across the UK, in the Glastonbury Cabaret Tent and at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the Pleasance Reserve. He won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2017.
“Britain’s leading New Testament impersonator” – Alasdair Beckett-King
“A bold and fresh comedy voice” – The Stage
“Delicious writing and exceptional observations” – Chortle
“A suave stand up with some killer lines” – Arthur Smith
A winner of the Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2016, Eshaan has been in the finals of other prestigious competitions, including So You Think You’re Funny 2014 and Laughing Horse 2014. He has performed across the UK and in Germany and Bangladesh. In 2016, he supported Dane Baptiste on his UK tour.
His professional career has taken him from private banking through to corporate communications via a career in local government public policy.
He has previously written for The Guardian, The Times online, The Observer New Review and The Huffington Post UK. He is a member of the UK Speechwriters Guild and Fellow of the RSA.
“So slick, I could have been watching a Live at the Apollo set” – Evening Standard
“A story that’s likely to go far” – Chortle