Elliot Steel at The Glee Nottingham

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Fri 31Jan

Friday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Nottingham

The perfect way to end the working week! Four superb stand-up comedians and a great range of tasty food offerings.
All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID. (See FAQs)

Advance price

  • £22.25 Show + Fish & Chips
  • £22.25 Show + Chicken Katsu Curry
  • £22.25 Show + BBQ Jackfruit Burger (vg)
  • £14.75 Show Entry
  • £8.00 Student Entry + Food & Drink discount vouchers (dated ID required)
  • + £1.75 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:45 PM

More info

  • Seating type allocated
  • Food available yes
  • Minimum age 18
Sat 1Feb

Saturday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Nottingham

Treat yourself to an evening of award-winning comedy! Four superb stand-up comedians that will keep you laughing until Monday.
All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID. (See FAQs)

Advance price

  • £17.75 Show Entry
  • £10.00 Student Entry + Food & Drink discount vouchers (dated ID required)
  • + £1.75 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:45 PM

More info

  • Seating type allocated
  • Food available yes
  • Minimum age 18

Following impressive performances and wowing audiences at the Latitude, V and Reading festivals and being nominated for Best Debut at the Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival 2015, Elliot Steel is a must-see comic name to watch out for.

Elliot’s hilarious and honest routines are gritty real-life tales of growing up on a South London council estate – all delivered in his refreshingly individual style with a confidence and stage presence beyond his years.

Following his successful Edinburgh shows in 2016 and 2017 Elliot appeared on Comedy Central’s Live from the Comedy Store as well as Roast Battle which saw Elliot and his dad Mark Steel go head-to-head to roast each other with the most brutal jokes imaginable.

Elliot has also been heard on BBC Radio 1’s Comedy Lounge and BBC Radio 4.

‘One to watch’

The Independent