Tom Taylor at The Glee Birmingham

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Fri 1Nov

Friday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Birmingham

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

  • £26.00 Show + Fish & Chips
  • £26.00 Show + Chicken Katsu Curry
  • £26.00 Show + BBQ Jackfruit Burger (vg)
  • £17.75 Show Entry
  • £12.00 Student Entry + Food & Drink discount vouchers (dated ID required)
  • + £1.60 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 2Nov

Saturday Night Comedy (18+)Glee Club Birmingham

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

  • £22.00 Show Entry
  • £18.00 Student Entry + Food & Drink discount vouchers (dated ID required)
  • + £1.60 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

Multi-award winning comedian Tom Taylor has received high praise from audiences and critics alike. His unique brand of musical comedy is smart and silly in equal measure and he can boast an impressive stock of quirky, and very funny, musical one-liners.

In 2013 Tom reached the final of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? competition, previously won by Dylan Moran, Lee Mack and Peter Kay. In 2014, he reached the final of the Hobgoblin Comedy Award and, the following year, won the inaugural Great Yorkshire Fringe New Comedian of the Year competition.

Recently, Tom has performed on Radio 2 and Radio 4 as part of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award, supported Simon Munnery on tour and performed a sell out run of his one-man murder mystery, ‘The Game’s a Foot, Try the Fish’, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

"His brand of nervous, neurotic musical comedy – coupling deliberately simplistic tunes on an old Casio keyboard with cleverly constructed lyrics and smart wordplay – is an absolute delight."

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