Selby Town Hall
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Sunday 18 Sep 20227:30pm Book Now

One of the top comedy club nights in the country, The Comedy Network, is coming to Selby for the first time this autumn!

Each event will feature a compere, support act and headliner for the bargain introductory price of just £10.

Delivering the best new talent in the UK, The Comedy Network gives you the chance to see tomorrow's stadium fillers today. Over the years the club has played host to the likes of Russell Howard, John Oliver, Harry Hill, Bill Bailey, Lee Mack, Stewart Lee, Greg Davies, Al Murray, Noel Fielding, Ross Noble, Chris Ramsey, Roisin Conaty, Joe Wilkinson, Richard Herring, Dave Gorman, Jenny Eclair and many more.



Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Phil Ellis has entertained audiences of all ages with his amalgamation of off-beat observational material and physical comedy.

Phil won the Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award’s panel prize for hi anarchic sleeper hit Funz and Gamez. After meeting incredible critical acclaim, Funz and Gamez was broadcast as part of Fresh from the Fest (BBC Radio 4), as well as BBC Comedy Feeds (BBC Three). The show went on to have an 18-show run at the Soho theatre as well as a further run at the Udderbelly on Southbank.

Phil has written and starred in three series of his radio sitcom Phil Ellis is Trying (BBC Radio 4), with cast including Lolly Adefope, Johnny Vegas, Sean Lock and Lee Mack. The second series was nominated for Best Scripted Comedy (Longform) in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2020.

Phil’s TV appearances include Roast Battle (Comedy Central), The Tez Show (Channel 4), The Russell Howard Hour (Sky) and Drunk History: UK (Comedy Central), as well as writing and performing credits on The Tapeface Tapes (BBC Three).


Writer, actor and comedian Katie Mulgrew has been heard on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 2 and seen on CBBC and ITV2.

She is the daughter of legendary Irish funnyman Jimmy Cricket and has supported The Boy With Tape On His Face, Vikki Stone and Matt Richardson on their UK tours.

Her play Omnibus was shortlisted for the Tobacco Theatre Prize and won the inaugural Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize. It was co-produced by the Liverpool Royal Court and Liverpool Unity Theatre. She has written for the Newsquiz (BBC Radio 4) and Class Dismissed (CBBC). Katie co-presented and was a contributing writer on the broadcast pilot Lovefix (ITV2) and script edited for international award winning short film Ctrl Z.

Katie won the Kudos North Writers Award, a joint award between BBC Writersroom and Kudos North, and she is also a member of BEAM, a developing writers programme from Mercury Musical.


Despite the pandemic, Travis has had a busy couple of years writing for classic hit show ‘Spitting Image’, appearing on Channel 4’s ‘Black, British and Funny’ and also Comedy Central’s ‘Drunk History’.

He has supported Britain's Got Talent Golden Buzzer winner Kojo Anim on his nationwide Taxi tour, as well as the legendary Dave Chappelle on his Sticks & Stones London dates.  

“He’s amazing!” – Dave Chappelle