Birmingham Comedy Festival

Where: The Mockingbird Theatre & Bar, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham B9 4AA

The Birmingham Comedy Festival has been drawing attention to our city’s vibrant comedy scene 2001, growing into one of the largest independent arts festival in the region.

Alongside a vast range of new local acts, the festival has featured such A-list heavy-hitters as Lee Evans, Michael McIntrye, and John Bishop! We’re is proud to be part of the festival: not only were the brochures printed at Mission Print in Digbeth, there will also be three shows at The Mockingbird – see more information below:

Saturday 3rd October 2015, 20:00
Sheila’s M.H.S. Mental Health Show (£12)

Sheila is a comedienne, qualified counsellor and the author of The Power of Knowing You. She combines humour with an exploration of mental health issues to entertain and educate people on human behaviour.

Thursday 8th October 2015, 19:30
James Hamilton Is So Lonely (£6)

James Hamilton, a multi award-winning sketch comedian, presents a solo(nely) début at The Mockingbird.
“Mixes Game of Thrones, the League of Gentlemen and Roald Dahl to create dark, twisted and silly skits.” The Sunday Times

Friday 9th October 2015, 19:30
Casual Violence: Om Nom Nom Nominous (£7)

Multi-award-winning sketch villains and stars of BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama make their Birmingham Comedy Festival début. Join them for their critically acclaimed best-of show for one night only, and watch as they fling their darkest, weirdest, silliest bits at you for an hour.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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