More star turns at Wells Comedy Festival
MORE names have been added to the line-up for this year’s Wells Comedy Festival.
Six venues around the city will host some of the biggest stars on the circuit when the event takes place from May 24-26.
Live at the Apollo’s Hal Cruttenden and multi-award-winning Radio 4 star Sarah Kendall are among those who have joined the bill for the fifth annual comedy festival.
They join recent additions Jarred Christmas – a Wells favourite, performing a solo show and his children’s show, The Mighty Kids Beatbox Comedy Show – Derek actor Brett Goldstein, one-man sketch collective Goose – who also teams up with troupe Gein’s Family Giftshop to form sketch supergroup Tarot – acclaimed stand-up Garrett Millerick, Borderline and Beat The Internet with John Robins’ star Sunil Patel and Comedians Cinema Club’s Matthew Highton.
Because they sold out their initial shows, extra performances are also on sale for Taskmaster loser Phil Wang, Live at the Apollo star Ed Gamble, I’m a Celeb’s Shappi Khorsandi and Mock the Week regular Rhys James.
They join the already announced Nick Helm, Jan Ravens, Spencer Jones, Glenn Moore, Lucy Pearman, Nish Kumar, Mark Watson, Lost Voice Guy, Josie Long, John Robins, Dave Johns, Fern Brady, Suzi Ruffell, Laura Lexx, Jamali Maddix, Geoff Norcott, Desiree Burch, Ahir Shah, Andrew Maxwell, Lou Sanders, Jayde Adams, Adam Riches, Abandoman (aka Rob Broderick), Tony Law, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Luke McQueen, Harriet Kemsley, Bobby Mair, Rosie Jones, Alﬁe Brown, Stevie Martin, Jessica Fostekew, Jordan Brookes, Ben Target, Sara Barron, Adam Hess, Olga Koch, John Kearns, Stuart Laws, Annie McGrath, Pat Cahill, Foxdog Studios and the Comedians Cinema Club’s Hot Fuzz.
More details and tickets at www.wellscomfest.com
• Picture: Hal Cruttenden