This image: Larry Dean
We all know that when the Christmas fun comes to an abrupt end, January can be a little bit depressing. Our advice is to haul yourself off the sofa and get along to Custard Comedy in Comberton for a night of spirit-lifting laughter.
In the headline spot this month is Larry Dean, a Glaswegian comic who was crowned Scottish Comedian of the Year at the tender age of 23. His star has continued to rise since then, turning out a critically acclaimed Fringe show and making appearances on shows including Live from the BBC and supporting the likes of comedy giant Eddie Izzard. Described by The Guardian as a next-generation Billy Connolly, he’ll be treating audiences to his cheeky chappie shtick on the 13th. He’ll be supported on the night by Luke Graves and Josh Pugh, whose confident and clever writing takes audiences off on one glorious tangent after another.
The show takes place at Comberton Sports and Arts at 7.45pm and tickets are £8.