This year, the Cambridge Comedy Festival has been expanded into a fully fledged three-day experience, hosted by Grange Farm in Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon (formerly home to Secret Garden Party). The fantastic countryside location allows for multiple stages, on-site camping and even a freshwater swimming lake.
There will be more than 150 acts appearing across four stages over the weekend
There will be more than 150 acts appearing across four stages over the weekend, with headliners including Rob Beckett, Milton Jones and Darren Harriott on Friday; Ed Byrne, Gary Delaney and Russell Kane on Saturday, and Al Murray, Seann Walsh and Rosie Jones on Sunday.
In addition to the big-name acts on the ticket, you can also catch some of your favourite comedians getting in on the DJing action in the Glade Bar area after the shows are over. There’s plenty of family fun and kid-friendly comedy on offer, too. So, whether you’re there to see the household names, the very best circuit acts or left-field fringe legends, this year’s Cambridge Comedy Festival won’t disappoint!
The festival is running from 9 to 11 July, with tickets available from the Cambridge Comedy Festival website, which offers options for both weekend passes (with or without camping), and day tickets.