Wednesday 27th September

We’re back! Usual deal. Tenner in. Tor Leisure Centre, Glastonbury. 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Adam Bloom

Back by very popular demand Adam Bloom is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most exciting and original stand up comedians. He has performed sell-out solo shows at the ‘96, ’97, ’98, ’99, 2001, 2004 & 2007 Edinburgh Festivals and has performed a twenty-nine date, sell-out tour of Britain. Since 2003, Adam has been commissioned to provide addition material for over 30 other comedians, making him one of the most prolific writers of stand up working today. TV credits include Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Russell Howard’s Good News.
“He’s been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years. Bloom not only has meticulous, brilliant lines, but also an intense and fragile honesty” – Ricky Gervais

Andy Field



Winner of the Chortle Student Comedy Award 2015, as well as finalist in the 2014 Leicester Square New Act of the Year, Andy has made an impact on the comedy scene with his unique style and fresh approach to traditional stand up. A regular at festivals such as Latitude, Bestival, Leefest and Secret Garden Party, Andy is fast becoming a familiar face at top comedy clubs around the country. He has hosted his own webseries in the Tub, in which he interviewed up-and-coming bands in the bath (of course). He has a Masters in Creative Writing from Brunel. Andy returned to Edinburgh in 2017 with a brand new hour of sketch meets stand up, The Andy Field Experience, which garnered numerous 4 and 5 star reviews.

***** Voice Mag – “Completely brilliant, classless humour.” 
**** Edinburgh Festivals – “For an hour of hilarious escapism, look no further.”
**** Fest Mag – “Stellar puns, great one liners.” 
**** The Skinny – “A great show for an escape to the surreal, and laughing without always knowing or caring quite why.” 
“He has a surreal outlook, a set packed full of proper punchlines and a nerdy glee in sharing it.” – Steve Bennett, Chortle

Olaf Falafel

A unique mixture of one-liners and Scandinavian-tinged stories has earned Olaf the purely fictitious title of ‘Sweden’s eighth funniest comedian’.
At Edinburgh last year his debut show ‘Olaf Falafel and The Cheese Of Truth’ won critical acclaim and award nominations, and in the last two years his jokes have been included on all major ‘Edinburgh’s Best Jokes’ lists. As well as finding comedic success onstage, Falafel has also enjoyed online fame with his short viral videos which include a croissant-coiffured talking Donald Trump puppet, slices of truth telling cheese being thrown onto newspapers, the Bee Gees hiding in his beard and dial -up modem opera singers.
“A barrage of absurdist humour and sharp one-liners” – Ed Fringe Review

Troy Hawke

The delightful Troy Hawke is back as MC. Homeschooled by an overly nostalgic mother, Troy confronts the 21st century as if waking from a 1930′s time capsule with insightful and hilarious consequences. Alongside TV appearances on Blue Go Mad in Ibiza (ITV2), Live at the Electric (BBC Three) and Benidorm (ITV1), Milo McCabe (Troy’s creator) is an established character comedian with several successful Edinburgh runs under his belt, twice nominated for Best Show at The Amused Moose Laughter awards and listed as one of GQ magazine’s Top 10 shows of the Fringe.
“Consummately entertaining and enviably talented.” – Broadway Baby