"A polished hour of plentiful jokes and compelling storytelling"
- The Scotsman
“Bugeja has an eye for original comic detail that's all his own, he not only mines big laughs from this, but also an unexpected amount of gentle pathos.”
- The Guardian
WEDNESDAY 18TH APRIL 8PM
Blue Jeans Management Proudly Presents
*TICKETS BOOKED ONLINE ARE SUBJECT TO BOOKING FEES (SORRY I HATE IT TOO)
THURSDAY 12TH JULY £10 DOOR 8PM
‘A truly unique performer…
superb’ Reece Shearsmith (‘The League Of Gentlemen’
‘Jarvis Cocker with a death in the family’ Metro
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FRINGE PREVIEW NIGHT
After almsot six years away from live stand-up, I’m itching to get back on stage. The world has gone totally mad since I last toured in 2012, and my head’s all over the shop. It’s time to get back up there and sort it all out (or not). I haven’t done a gig in so long I’ll be rustier than a welsh barbecue, but why not come along and see me scrabbling around on stage, trying to find my notes and looking like a total twat.
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THE RETURN OF THE GAG COMPETION
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Line-ups can be subject to change on the night.
THE COMEDY JUNCTION STATION PUB. Sutton Coldfield, B73 6AT.
THURSDAY 26TH APRIL £9 DOOR 8PM
'George Rigden had the audience in his hands thanks to some great comedic timing, a little help from his guitar and a hint of David Mitchell in Peep Show’ - Leicester Mercury
"A huge hit with the audience" Chortle
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SUNDAY 24TH JUNE £5 DOOR 8PM
PLEASE NOTE x2 Tickets per booking only
ONSALE FROM 7.30pm
- 7th March
Since it began in 1988, So You Think You’re Funny? has kick-started the careers of dozens of the country’s top comics including Dylan Moran , Peter Kay Rhona Cameron and Tommy Tiernan. Now in it’s 30th year, this iconic comedy contest shows no sign of slowing down.
Each heat is one and a half hours long with each stand-up allowed eight minutes in which to win over the judges and the audience. The heats are not a direct competition, with judges instead selecting the best acts they have seen over the entire run to take part in one of seven heats at the Edinburgh Fringe with the chance to go through to the final.
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