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Sunday 29 Jan 20237:30pm 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 arena 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.


Headliner - TBC


January's headliner will be announced soon


Support - Lovell Smith


Lovell is fast becoming one of the hottest new acts on the comedy scene with his fresh and unique approach on observations on life as a millennial, covering everything from dating disasters to the banality of working life in the 21st century.


Ex-champion bodybuilder Lovell started comedy mid 2019, after deciding modeling on that type of stage wasn’t the right platform moving forward. He won the Midlands Best New Act award after just a few months of gigging, joining previous winners Joe Lycett and Darren Harriot, and has supported Nathan Caton and Daliso Chaponda on tour.


“He’s got charisma, charm, confidence & quality jokes. A great formula. He’s the future.” - Nathan Caton


Comepere - Aaron Twitchen


Aaron has been making a name for himself in recent years. He is a stand-up comedian, actor and fantastically also a trained circus performer.


He’s a regular on the circuit working for many of the biggest promoters and is a warm, friendly and confident MC.


His ongoing solo show “Can’t Stop A Rainbow” made a mark the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 with his own brand of intelligent, bubbly and frank stand-up.


Aaron runs his own podcast, A Matter of Pride, ‘a comedy education of gay history’. Recently Aaron has featured in Darren Harriot’s BBC Radio 4 Stand Up Podcast Red Label. He is also filming for an upcoming series with Pulped.


"Seriously talented. Hilarious, warm, energetic... the kind of new act that should have talent scouts excited and other comedians feeling nervous." - The Skinny


"Positive, fun, feel-good... Probably the best free fringe show I've seen" – Scotsgay


"Twitchen is an assured stand-up and navigates both his material and his venue with style...He is a flexible improviser, in tune with the spirit of live comedy" – Broadway Baby