Tor Leisure Centre, Glastonbury. 7.30 doors for an 8pm start. £10 on the door (still cash)
Please note that the bar at the leisure centre is now cashless so you’ll need a card/phone etc for drinks.
Among his fellow comics, Matt Price is known for having some of the most extraordinary and outrageous stories drawn from the wilder side of life. And yet this self-effacing Cornish born comic brings real warmth and heart to his tales – as well as finding some audacious laughs in the most unexpected places. Price’s easy-going charm has made him a favourite on the UK and International circuit and he has the skill to win over the toughest audiences. Despite the occasional misadventure on his travels, Price continues to tour internationally and has worked all over Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, and Australia. He is a skilled and in-demand compere at all the major UK comedy clubs, and his versatility has made him a popular choice as a national tour support for acts such as Stephen K Amos and Norman Lovett.
“Arguably, one of the best storytellers on the circuit.” ★★★★ Arts Hub Australia
Sally-Anne combines the things you shouldn’t like about your best friend’s mum with the sensibilities of Jack the Ripper. An accomplished radio presenter with stage and TV acting credentials - ‘Absolutely Fabulous’, ‘Why the Long Faces?’ and TV warm-up for ‘Deal or No Deal’ – Sally-Anne’s confident persona and quick wit have rapidly made her a much sought-after comedian. She’s a regular compere at Glastonbury Festival, and a keenly anticipated turn on the UK comedy circuit. Sally-Anne has proven her writing talents with numerous Edinburgh Fringe shows and can display a depth of material that marks out the best comic talent. She has performed all over the world and has provided tour support for Sarah Millican, Russell Howard and Russell Kane.
“A bubbly stream of comedy anecdotes. Butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth” – Chortle
Tom Toal is a comedian, writer and actor, hailing from the South East London town of Bexleyheath. One of comedy’s rising stars he performed his debut show On The Scrapheap about the break-up of his 6 year relationship at the Edinburgh and Leicester Festivals in 2010 achieving widespread acclaim and reviews. The follow up Rom-Coms and Revolutions followed in similar vein playing to a complete sell out audience for the full run. In 2013 Tom Toal performed at The Comedy Reserve with The Pleasance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in 2014 became an Amused Moose Best Comedy Show finalist for his solo Edinburgh Festival Fringe show, Prequel. In March 2017, he provided tour support for Rob Brydon.
“Toal’s ease of interacting with the audience is a true talent.” ★★★★ Hairline
MC for the night is Troy Hawke. 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.
“Elaborately concocted, funny and brilliantly bonkers.” – Beyond the Joke