Popular Comberton Custard Comedy night is back with guitar wielding stand-up Rob Deering
The popular Comberton Custard Comedy night is back after a Christmas break on 8 January and ‘guitar-wielding, loop-layering’ stand-up comedian Rob Deering will be headlining. Deering has done stand-up in a dozen countries, and now he’s a 21st century one-man band described by The Telegraph as “inspired”. Opening the night will be Kate Smurthwaite, a left-wing, atheist, feminist “powerhouse of observational wit” according to The Spectator, which named her one of the ten best things about the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013. Smurthwaite is followed by the down-to-earth Bobby Murdock who Buzz Comedy declare, “gives any audience a feel good factor”. Finally, rising talent of the comedy circuit, charming northerner Craig Murray will be the night’s MC.
Over 18s only, tickets start at £5.50. Starts 8.15pm.