Comedy & Curry Night

Friday 14th July

6pm to 10.30pm

The perfect opening night to our Festival, we are thrilled to be hosting a stellar line-up of comedians from the professional comedy circuit*, sharing their wisdom and wit.

DO NOT MISS – early bird tickets sold out – limited advance tickets available (entry by advance ticket only)

Thank you to The Fat Buddha, our Comedy Night sponsor

Preshow drinks and food served from 6pm and during intervals.
Acts on stage from 8pm | Lights out 11pm | Over 18s only
*Acts can change without notice and are beyond our control

Our Comedians


Your host for the show is PAUL REVILL – He is an award winning comedian and one of the most likable acts on the UK comedy circuit.

“This bright sparky chappy was a real quick witted geezer……a true professional”

 ★★★★★ Arts in Leicestershire


PAUL SINHA is best known for his starring role in ITV1’s ‘The Chase’ & ‘Beat The Chasers’ where he regularly chases down opponents in his guise as ‘The Sinnerman‘. He has also starred in Taskmaster and Celebrity Gogglebox. He is a sensational stand up; he was nominated for a Perrier Award at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival and won Chortle’s Best Club Comic in 2014. He has appeared doing stand up on Comedy Centrals The Alternative Comedy Experience and ITV1’s Tonight At The London Palladium.  He is a regular on the Radio 4 favourites News Quiz and The Now Show.


SCOTT BENNETT – He is the star of the latest series of Live At The Apollo and destined to be a household name! In 2020 Scott was voted “Best Act” in the Comics Comic Awards, a prestigious award decided by comedians and promoters in the industry. He has supported Michael McIntyre and Rob Brydon on their UK tours. Catch him here before he is selling out theatres and arenas on his own!

“Clearly has a big future, flashes of Peter Kay, Jason Manford and John Bishop” Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard


WAYNE THE WEIRD – A master of stupidity and nonchalance, he fuses comedy with magic to hilarious effect.

“Outrageous comedian and magician” – The Southern Daily Echo

Highlights from 2019