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Lineups subject to change, but a great night is assured.

Venue is downstairs, beneath the Crown Pub. Unfortunately there is no lift. 

Venue is 18+.

The Cheese Comedy Club is back from summer holiday, and for our first night of the new season, they're going all out!

Come see what happens when they book an all-headliner bill into one of the best and most intimate comedy club spaces anywhere, hidden away under Bristol's Old City, in the caverns beneath St. Nick's Market.

Carl Donnelley has a loose and natural, flowing style of standup that is equal parts gift and graft. He has twice been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. As a pup, he won basically every newcomer award they handed out, and he never stopped refining his chops. He's been on Mock The Week, Russell Howard's Good News, and he remains one of the absolute top club acts in the UK. What else do you want, for cryin' out loud?

Helen Bauer is a destroyer of worlds. She's basically a comedy Thanos, but instead of snapping her fingers, it's more of a "oh no you didn't" hand gesture before half the room doubles over in a heap of laughter. She leaves only ashes and tearful faces that silently wonder "what the hell just happened?" But, you know, in a fun way. She's a transplant to the UK from the booming English-language comedy scene in Berlin, and she's on a damn tear. As heard and seen on BBC Radio 4, BBC3 and Comedy Central UK. 

  • “I don’t think I stopped laughing for the entire half hour Helen was on stage. An incredibly likeable comic who takes anecdotal comedy to another level.” Funny Women

Archie Maddocks is smooth, sharp and polished, like one of those ceremonial cake cutters they bust out at weddings. He's a natural storyteller who is also a top-tier writer and a switched on social observer. He'll have you tensing and releasing like an accredited and fully licensed Pilates instructor. 

  • "...brilliant job balancing light silly humour with thought-provoking, refreshing and subversive social discussion.” - Entertainment Focus

Hosted by Bristol's own, Tony Chiotti, from How Lazy Is He? 'fame'.

Here's what Wrigglers had to say about The Cheese:

  • 'Awesome stand-up comedy, up close and personal slap bang in the centre of town.'
  • 'Great comedy venue - Wonderfully well-chosen comics'
  • 'Under-the-radar comedy night at a hidden venue - very cool. Excellent names on the bill, good value drinks, and a relaxed and fun Sunday night.' 

About The Cheese Comedy Club

From the folks behind How Lazy Is He?, a monthly comedy club night, featuring the absolute top of the UK circuit as well as local comics on the upswing. It's an incredible basement venue, low-ceilings in a pub dating back to 1741.

How to claim

Arrive early for the evening, between 7 and 7:45pm on the night of the show, and present your Wriggle code at the box office, located downstairs in The Trap Pub, below The Crown. Don't be late for this live performance!

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