Comedy Club is back for September

WARNING! This show contains seriously funny content! Confirmed side effects of enjoying three top comedians at The Comedy Club Worcester include uncontrollable laughter, rib tickling tears and a dramatically lifted outlook on the summer.

Thursday, September 3 at Worcester Warriors should only be attended by those ready for a seriously funny night out!

Book tickets online and find all show information online at, plus win free tickets, and get all the comedy gossip free each month with free Comedy Club Membership. (next show: October 1)

The Dream Team (Sky One), Casualty (BBC1), Trust (ITV), The Leaflet (BBC2)

A clear candidate for the title of comedian’s comedian, Adam Crow has been described by Ricky Gervais as “really funny” and is also a favourite of such diverse luminaries as Griff Rhys Jones, Gloria Hunniford and Dr Fox. Equally at home as a comedian or compere, Adam will be equally familiar for his dexterity on TV in such varied programmes as The Dream Team (Sky One), Casualty (BBC 1), Trust (ITV), The Leaflet (BBC2), The Bill (ITV and The Real Dating Show (Channel 4) to name but a few.

The only comedian ever selected to tour the UN bases entertaining Australian and UN troops

A regular headliner at all the Australian comedy venues, Wayne also tours constantly throughout the USA, Canada and now the UK. With a likeable laconic style to draw you in and biting social commentary, Wayne will have you laughing and thinking. Performing at the Montreal Comedy Festival and doing a week as MC at the world famous Laff Trax in Las Vegas are current career highlights. Wayne also performed in front of 10,000 people at the 2004 and 2006 Meredith Music Festival and 14,000 at 2005 The Falls Festival.

The Warehouse (ITV), Lenny Beige’s Variety Pack (BBC)

The charismatically-challenged uncle and mute nephew co-operative that is the Raymond and Mr Timpkins Revue simply has to be seen to be believed. It is simply one of the funniest acts of the past 10 years. Combining inimitable acoustic guitar and stylophone driven rock anthems with a plethora of prop-assisted material and some serial wordplay that would put Stephen Fry to shame, it comes together to create a comic masterpiece. Together since 1992, their highly original performance approach has made them a rite of passage for students and established them as veterans of Edinburgh, Glastonbury, Phoenix and Reading festivals.

• Waitress service • Joke competition with prizes • Food available from 7pm until 8.15pm
• Members discounts apply

Tickets cost £12 or a reduction to £10 for members. Over 18’s only with doors opening at 7pm for a show time of 8.30pm

For tickets call the Ticket Hotline on 01905 454183