December’s Farcical Comedy Club at The Left Bank Village

2nd December 2017 @ 7:30 pm
The Speakeasy
Bridge St
Hereford HR4 9DG
The Events Team
01432 357753

December Farcical Comedy Club

at The Left Bank Village

Join us at the Left Bank Village’s Subterranean Speakeasy bar for your Monthly dose of mirth…. with a festive twist to celebrate the season.


With Head Liner Stuart Goldsmith, as seen on Russell Howard’s “Stand-Up Central” and Alan Davies’ “As Yet Untitled”…

This year saw Stuart complete his second international tour, supporting Jack Whitehall in front of 12,000 people at a sold-out Wembley Arena, and culminating in a packed week-long run at Soho Theatre.

Stu’s “Comedian’s Comedian” podcast hit the peaks of 7.5 million downloads, celebrating his 200th episode with a special episode with Stewart Lee that has one on to be his most-downloaded yet.  Other ComComPod guests this year included comedy legends like Russell Brand, Jeremy Hardy, Jo Brand and Barry Cryer.

Talking about myself in the first person for once; winning Best New Show at Leicester with a flappy, all-over-the-place new material preview was brilliant, and look, honestly? This is my best ever show. I’m so proud of it, it’s stupider and less clever-clogs and just the funniest stuff I’ve ever created.  OK? Back to the PR…

Come see how ‘a master of the form’ (Independent) ‘makes it look easy’ (Chortle).


Despite only performing his first gig in June 2013, GEORGE RIGDEN is already one of the most exciting, hotly-tipped and sought after new acts on the UK comedy circuit and frequently gigs up and down the country for the countries leading clubs and promoters. Having excelled in a host of new act competitions in his first year, George made his Edinburgh debut in 2015 when he performed as part of the prestigious AAA Stand Up Late showcase at the Pleasance Courtyard for a full sell-out run. He returned to Edinburgh again in 2016, again as part of an established and respected showcase (The Lunchtime Special at The Tron) and splitting an hour with fellow up-and-comer Jake Lambert on the free fringe.

TIM GOODINGS: Inventive Wordplay & Poetry

Tim refers to himself as a stand-up comedian and writer only semi-ironically. He moved to Bristol for the comedy scene and spectrum of creativity, and stayed in Bristol for the excellent parking facilities. His Creative Writing degree proved useful in teaching him the correct way to pronounce ‘hyberbole’, as well as how to write and stuff. Subsequently, he has been crowned the worst poet in Bristol, and the third worst in the country (seriously).
He likes comic books, novels, and films, and dislikes it when people try to hold in a sneeze.
He shares his birthplace with MRSA, and one day hopes to outshine this bitter rival.

AND JEREMY FLYNN (*Not Jerome Flynn)

Jeremy is a naturally funny comic who is quickly establishing himself on the comedy circuit. He reached the semi-finals of So You Think You’re Funny at the Edinburgh Festival in 2015 after only a handful of gigs. His mix of anecdotes, observations and quips have been leaving audiences in stitches and always wanting more.

As ever our truly fabulous Master of Mirth, James Ryan will be MC’ing on the night, keeping you entertained and making sure everyone behaves themselves and no one ends up on Santa’s naughty list!

This promises to be a night of epic comedy…. see you there!