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Castle Rock Comedy Club on Saturday 9 November

9 November 2019 | The Old Cold Store, Nottingham

Saturday 9 November will see another stellar lineup at the Castle Rock Comedy Club live at The Old Cold Store, adjacent to the Castle Rock Brewery. Following a series of solo shows as part of the Nottingham Comedy Festival in the week prior from 2-10 November the Castle Rock Comedy Club show will host four of the circuits top professionals in a finale for the Festival at the venue.

Jay Handley will be the MC for the evening, introducing highly lauded storyteller Harry Stachini, Leicester Comedy Festival Liberty Award Winner Alex Hylton and one-liner wonder and Britain’s Got Talent Semi-Finalist Noel James, who will headline the show.

All four acts are regulars on the professional comedy circuit across the country and come with experience, refined sets and praise from some of the industry’s top voices including Huffington Post and Chortle.

The show is £12.50 in advance from and in person at The Vat & Fiddle. There are also £10 Seniors & Students tickets available and tickets on the door will be £15. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8.30pm and is expected to last 2 hours 30 minutes.

Tickets and more information for this show and all the shows in the Nottingham Comedy Festival and at the Castle Rock Comedy Club are available from, and in person at The Vat & Fiddle.


As part of the bubbling East Midlands comedy scene The Doorstep Comedy Club is one of the premier names in promotion and production of some of the top comedy nights in the region. Headed by Adam O'Reardon the club hosts events in venues across the Midlands, bringing in some top acts from rising stars to seasoned professionals. With shows almost every week you're never far away from a night packed full of laughter in venues perfectly selected to make it a night to remember.


2019 will be the Nottingham Comedy Festival’s 11th year and with more acts and venues participating it’s set up to be the biggest yet. Acts from around the World come to the city to perform their solo shows, join improv troups, act out sketches, tell stories and join line-ups all in the name of comedy and laughter. Previous years have seen award winners, television stars and new faces all join the roster and every year the Festival is looking to expand, build and improve.

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