Central Asia, Paignton, horrible children and Brexit are all on the agenda at the next Axbridge Roxy Comedy Night on Friday, March 15.
The 2019 line-up includes a return of the former Soviet Republic of Tajikistan resident Firuz Ozari with his take on the English chat up line and the Taliban’s HR department.
Poet and stand up Shelley Szender from Devon launched her career at the Roxy two years ago is back from her sell-out tour of New York.
And there’s Rebecca Povall from Bristol with her take on cats, hair brushes and living in a flat – along with the outrageous Jessie Nixon and all those impressions you’ve always wanted (not) to hear from James O’Donoghue – three of the West’s rising super comedy stars.
The sparkling line up is complete with the ever fabulous Juliet Maclay from the Roxy to welcome you and Axbridge’s newest stand-up Joe Williams who has traveled nearly 30 yards to be with you on the night.
Your host, the confused eccentric from another world Harry Mottram is your unreliable compere. Don’t miss out – book your tickets now at the Roxy Cinema in Axbridge. Visit www.axbridgeroxy.org.uk today for more info and to bag your seats.