Paul Thorne at The Glee Cardiff

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Fri 21Feb

Friday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Cardiff

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

  • £24.95 Show + Fish & Chips
  • £24.95 Show + Chicken Katsu Curry
  • £24.95 Show + BBQ Jackfruit Burger (vg)
  • £16.75 Show Entry
  • £8.50 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 22Feb

Saturday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Cardiff

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

  • £19.75 Show Entry
  • £10.50 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

As one of Britain’s most established and sought-after stand-ups, Paul can be seen at all the UK’s major venues. He regularly performs at London’s prestigious Comedy Store and is a member of The Cutting Edge team of comedians who perform topical material there every week.

He has taken his unique brand of edgy and provocative topical gags, on the spot improvisation and surreal comedy songs as far afield as Dubai, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, China and Japan, as well as two critically acclaimed tours of Canadian Fringe Festivals. His new album of comedy songs will be released in October 2015.

‘a must-see Comedian’

The Guardian

‘masterfully delivered’

Chortle

'makes working an audience look effortless’

The Stage

‘…Paul Thorne’s satirical songs, with his own guitar accompaniment, a waspish, sweary pleasure’

The Telegraph