Wednesday, March 3rd, Arch One

I’ve said it several times since lockdown ended, the standard of comedy coming from the new acts arriving on the circuit is seriously impressive. Maybe it was 18 months watching Netflix comedy specials or studying their comedy idols, but whatever it is, the G&B audiences are loving it. Opening the show last night we had Tom Cousins, who might be a serial killer in waiting…if his mattress’s damp crop circles are anything to go by. It was then over to Joey Abels and why sublime is no compliment if you’re a lemon. The utter legend that is Jimbo was after

Wednesday, February 2nd, Arch One

There was a buzz in the air at Arch1 last night that told you right from the off this one was going to be fun show. First up was everyone’s favourite super-ginge, Sam Adamson. Over the years Sam has suffered from the occasional nightmare where he finds himself in the shower looking all the part – or lack thereof – of Barbie’s Ken. It was then over to the fabulous Lily Webb, who once had a faux crush on Liam Payne…for the tats. Talking of crushes, our next act, Matt Lowes, explained, via apple metaphor, just how his sexual attractions

Wednesday, December 1st, Arch One

Well we had an awesome night of comedy at Arch1 last night. Everyone was on cracking form and the audience were lapping it up. First to the stage was the sumptuous, sartorial silliness of Jack Davies and just why blow-jobs are wrong and complimenting someone’s shoes is an insult. Next was Danny John Scott, the teacher who is inspiring a whole new generation of burger technicians and Hollyoaks’ extras. It was then over to Shuang Teng who learned a whole new language because she was just too polite to correct a colleague who thought she was Japanese. Next was the