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On Sunday 14th December
the Fat Cat Comedy Club
presents...

Adam Bloom

Adam Bloom is one of Britain's most inventive comedians. He has performed sell-out solo shows at a good many Edinburgh Festivals as well as performing a sell-out tour of Britain. He has also sold out theatres at festivals in Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Wellington & Cape Town as well as making three visits to 'Just For Laughs' in Montreal. In 2004, Adam was part of the 'Just For Laughs Comedy Tour', playing to 42,000 people in 17 cities across Canada. He has also written three series of 'The Problem with Adam Bloom' for BBC Radio 4 ('03- '05).

'His mission is to convince you that he's the greatest comic ever, and he makes a surprisingly good case' - The Scotsman

'In the premier league of comedy' - The Independant


Lloyd Griffith

Lloyd is a comedian, a professional choirboy and a good looking guy. He took his debut solo show to Edinburgh fringe festival in 2014 to rave reviews. In 2014 he appeared on BBC3's Sweat The Small Stuff, BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Comedy Club as well as supporting Rob Beckett on his 2013-2014 sold out UK tour.

Grimsby-born Lloyd regularly performs at some of the largest clubs in the UK and even some of the smaller ones too.

Singing wise, Lloyd is a professional (choral) singer and can be heard performing with the choirs of Westminster Abbey, St George's Chapel – Windsor Castle and various other London groups. What a guy.

'The next big thing' - FHM

'There’s no doubt about it; Lloyd Griffith is the king of the unexpected. His sense of fun is infectious, his singing voice faultless and his anecdotes are told with boundless confidence. Griffith has clearly established his own style of comedy' - ThreeWeeks


and your compere...
Andre Vincent

Whilst travelling the world entertaining the masses at circus and theatre festivals everywhere, Andre found himself working at Disney World Florida at the end of '88. A friend tried to change his sad demeanour by taking him to a comedy club in Orlando and three hours later a new chapter opened in his life. He kept returning to the club, speaking to comics and schmoozing the management, and within a few months he was on the road compering at small stand-up clubs in the southern states of America.

His apprenticeship in Georgia and Alabama was good enough in the eyes of his peers to get gigs in other states of the U.S. and the pinnacle of this work was opening for Bob Hope in Columbus, Ohio in 1992.

With his head swelling and his tongue tripping one-liners, he returned home to conquer the comedy circuit of the U.K., and in no time at all established himself as one of the top stand-ups in the country today. His individual style has taken him across the scope of the performance medium: a Saturday night show on Channel 4, three sell-out runs at the Edinburgh festival, countless radio shows, presenter of two award-nominated television programmes, a regular face on daytime panel games and even an appearance as himself on the children's drama 'Byker Grove'.

Vincent sits on the board of The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society.

'An improvising comedy genius' - The Guardian

'He possesses the energy of Lee Evans with the improvisational skills of Paul Merton and is one of the best comedians in the business.' - The Times

'André Vincent was also there' - The Chinese People's Press



 

Milton Jones and Mitch Benn, backstage at the May show.

 

Tom Wrigglesworth, John Forthergill & Susan Murray, backstage at the January show.


The Fat Cat Comedy Club is at the apex, Bury's great public venue.

Admission is £12. You can book tickets online, in person at the apex or by telephone on 01284 758000.


The box office at the apex is open Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm and on event days. A booking fee of £1 per transaction is applicable to all telephone ticket bookings and those made in person at the box office if paying by card.


The Dove sponsors the Fat Cat

The Fat Cat Comedy Club is grateful for the sponsorship of The Dove, Bury St. Edmunds. The Dove is a traditional alehouse on Hospital Road, and they will be supplying various real ales to the Comedy Club each month for you to enjoy. The Dove won CAMRA East Anglia pub of the year in 2010 and 2013!


Fat Cat on Facebook

Are you on Facebook? Come see the Fat Cat Comedy Club and 'like' our page. Get show updates and have a chat about what you've seen or would like to see at the Fat Cat.

For the February show, the comedy club will be giving away two tickets to some lucky people who join the page.

 The Fat Cat Comedy Club also has a twitter account.


Fat Cat on TV!

Did you see the Fat Cat Comedy Club on telly? We were featured on BBC's Comedy Map of Britain. There are a couple of videos of Mark Watson reliving his first TV appearance all those years ago at our very own Fat Cat Comedy Club.


Every month the Fat Cat presents three (sometimes four!) comedians from the national and international comedy circuits, many are new faces, some are rising stars, and a some are old friends paying welcome return visit due to their unbridled popularity.

The Fat Cat Comedy Club has now established a great reputation on the comedy circuit. This is mainly down to the friendly, enthusiastic and slightly odd audiences it attracts. So be a part of it and maintain the Fat Cat Comedy Club as the biggest and best comedy club in the region.


The Fat Cat Comedy Club is at The Apex, Bury St. Edmunds (map here)
Bar opens at 7.00pm, show starts at 8.00pm.
Get there early!

Show details are subject to change without notice.


We gratefully acknowledge the support of our sponsors...

The Dove Pub   J.A.P Architects


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Contact the Fat Cat Comedy Club or join our email list at fatcatcomedyclub@btinternet.com Page Updated 22nd November 2014

since April 2001