A regular night of comedy, Sit Down, Stand Up, featuring five outstanding acts for just £10, returns to The Public in West Bromwich on 7 June.
This October, award-winning British comic, Gina Yashere, will heading to The Public in West Bromwich, part of a rare nationwide tour.
Artrix welcomes Chris Cox the mind reader who can’t read minds
Australian comic and ex heavy-metal drummer Steve Hughes, returns with his new show to Glee Club.
You are invited to revel in the freakish delights of Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling Freak Show
One of the UK's most original stand-ups Paul Foot, brings his new show Words to Glee Club Birmingham on Wednesday 30th October,
Roisin Conaty is an Edinburgh Comedy Award winner and star of BBC Three's Impractical Jokers - and she's on in Birmingham
Funknight, Bill Bailey, Joanne Shaw Taylor and Fascinating Aida appearing in Birmingham
Professional Grumpy Old Woman, writer and panto star; Jenny Éclair will be performing at The Public this June with her brand new show, Eclarious.
Having tackled and survived the family wedding, this is what happens next - the "having a baby" stage...
John Challis, best known for playing ‘Boycie’ in hit BBC show, Only Fools and Horses, was at The Public in West Bromwich promoting his forthcoming show, ‘Only Fools and…Boycie’.
A selection of the best comedy improvisers from all over the country are descending on the Old Joint Stock Theatre in Birmingham City Centre
Award winning comedian and science enthusiast Robin Ince will be performing at The Public in West Bromwich
This Easter Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre welcomes the return of family favourite The Horrible Histories
Lucy Porter, will be bringing her brand new show, People Person, to The Public in West Bromwich as part of her nationwide tour.
Dave Woodhall talks to Brummie comedian Malcolm Stent about his new show.
Dave Woodhall talks to the Greatest Living Brummie
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre will play host to a brand new production of classic comedy Boeing Boeing as it embarks on a national tour
The innovative Laughing for A Change project has been awarded a Time to Change grant to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in Birmingham.
An evening at Artrix with Fearg and The Sonnettes and serenaded by hilarious synopsongs of some of Will’s most famous work