LAUGHTERAMA is an all-new comedy festival coming to Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl this September, featuring open-air comedy paired with craft beer, street-food and more! You can purchase tickets for the festival right here on our website, scroll down for more details.
The five night festival will include British Comedy Award winner Aisling Bea, the legendary Dylan Moran, Taskmaster’s Phil Wang, master of observation Josh Widdicombe plus many more of the absolute best names in the business.
Many of the acts delighting the critics at this month’s Edinburgh Fringe are also set to appear. Amy Ghedhill is bringing her 4-star “cartoonish flair” to Manchester, plus Celya AB, who’s been branded the “comic shooting to fame”. Podcast and rollerskate aficionado Lou Sanders makes an appearance, not to mention Tim Key riding high from his critically-lauded Fringe show.
From festival organiser Will Briggs:
“We’ve been dreaming of bringing this festival to Manchester for a long time now, the city should absolutely have a stand-out event showcasing the wealth of comedy talent around at the moment. There’s a golden age for comedy right now, with so many platforms to enjoy amazing content. Many of our acts have their own TV or podcast series, but nothing beats live, and we can’t wait to put these acts in front of a Manchester crowd. We already know the shows are going to be electric!”
LAUGHERAMA Shows at a Glance
Wed 21 Sep, 19.30: David O’Doherty, Rose Matafeo, Lou Sanders, Josh Jones, hosted by Daniel Kitson
Thu 22 Sep, 19.30: Nish Kumar, Tim Key, Amy Gledhill, Mike Wozniak, hosted by Catherine Bohart
Fri 23 Sep, 19.30: Milton Jones, Reginald D Hunter, Hannah Platt, Stephen Bailey, hosted by Kiri Pritchard-Mclean
Sat 24 Sep, 14.00: Phil Wang, Aisling Bea, Fatiha El-Ghorri, Rhys James hosted by Ian Smith
Sat 24 Sep, 19.30: Josh Widdecombe, Ivo Graham, Tadiwa Mahlunge, Suzi Ruffell, hosted by John Robins
Sun 25 Sep, 15.00: Dylan Moran, Fern Brady, Huge Davies, hosted by Maisie Adam
Sun 25 Sep, 19.30: James Acastor, Jamali Maddix, Celya AB, Rosie Jones, hosted by John Robins.