Wednesday 24th April

Tor Leisure Centre, Glastonbury

£10 – Doors 7.30pm, Comedy starts at 8pm.

Laura Davis

Sharp, charming and delightful, multi award-winning Laura Davis is an Australian Comedian who has been earning praise and acclaim for years. Recent winner of the Golden Gibbo award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Laura is a rare and truly unique experience for the comedy savvy. She’s collaborated (and toured the nation) with the industry’s finest and appeared on SBS’s Stand Up shows and ABC TV.

“The performance itself is an act of defiance…one of the more fascinating shows at the festival.” – Chortle

Danny Ward

With a delivery and use of language that is uniquely his own, Danny has been delighting audiences both at home and abroad for over a decade, with performances in over 16 countries including six solo shows at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. A semi-finalist in both the ‘Laughing Horse New Act’ and the ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ competitions in 2009, Danny went on to win the coveted ‘Amused Moose’ Peoples Champion Award for best Edinburgh show in 2013.

“The whole room is laughing. He reminds us just how strange the everyday can be.” **** – Festmag Review

El Baldinho

Comedy magician and general goofbag El Baldinho comes to town with his latest set of under-rehearsed magic japes. Prepare to be amazed by his lack of magical prowess, gaze in wonder as he stops half way through tricks to read the instructions, and marvel at his inability to remember a simple script. As seen in major comedy clubs and music festivals throughout the UK, EL Baldinho is sensitively portrayed by TV comedy sketch actor Jason Mannion, as featured in John Bishop’s Britain.

“Does one of the funniest jokes I have ever seen” – Rich Hall

Troy Hawke

Back for the last time this season is MC Troy Hawke. Troy is an erudite homeschooled 1930′s throwback… the Errol Flynn of the high street; educated, sophisticated, but utterly clueless. Being a regular at Travestees he is getting to know the audience – with whom he enjoys a great deal of jovial badinage – very well indeed. Intrigued as much by farmers and warlocks as he is students and ‘The Proper Job’ staff, Troy tackles modern issues head on in his uniquely untimely manner.

“Near perfect character comedy” – The New Current