Last Laugh is part of Babbling Tongues, one of our new areas
We’re cock-a-hoop to reveal Mock The Week star Josh Widdicombe and anarchic sketch group Pappy’s among the first wave of hilarious acts taking the mic in Green Man’s new look Last Laugh comedy stage this summer. Why not whet your whistle with a hot toddy from the Speak Easy bar while you’re there? Last Laugh features a line-up of over 40 top stand-ups live on stage From 7pm to 2am every night, all guaranteed to tickle your ribs and find your funny bone.
Not content with 100s of amazing live bands, Einstein’s Garden, Chai Wallahs, Talking Shop, Something, Little Folk, and the most beautiful festival site in the UK? Then get your chops around this lot...
Josh Widdicombe is a multi-award winning stand-up who has supported Stephen Merchant, Alan Carr and Michael McIntyre, as well as appearing in TV shows such as Live at the Apollo, 8 out of 10 Cats and Mock the Week.
Pappy’s return to Green Man with Last Show Ever, featuring the kind of peerless live sketch comedy that has seen them win legions of fans and numerous awards, including the iTunes best new comedy podcast.
Tom Deacon launched his stand-up career as Chortle Student Comedian of the Year, and now broadcasts his own BBCRadio1 show every Sunday from 7-9pm.
Maeve Higgins was a principal actor/writer of the wildly popular hidden camera show Naked Camera, as well for her own show Fancy Vittles.
Jarred Christmas is a New Zealander with a unique comedy style that mixes gags and storytelling with a dynamic onstage persona and sizzling improvisation.
Angela Barnes started out running Brighton comedy night The Funny Farm, and went on to win the coveted BBC New Comedy Award less than two years later.
Elis James is a super talented character actor, starring in the acclaimed sketch show ‘Superclump,’ and is a regular contributor to the Rhod Gilbert show on BBC Radio Wales as caretaker Rex.
Suzi Ruffell is one of the UK’s best new stand-ups, having made her eagerly anticipated Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut to rave reviews last summer.
Joel Dommett is a hotly tipped comic who has performed stand-up on Russell Howard’s Good News and whose acting credits include Skins on Channel 4.