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Winchester Comedy Festival: Summer Gala 2022

18 Jun 2022

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An evening of stand-up comedy from Seann WalshBrett GoldsteinPeter Rethinasamy and James Gill (MC).

(Line up subject to change.)

Seann Walsh

Described as “the best observational comedian of his generation” (The Guardian), this Edinburgh Award nominee’s last UK tour show After This One, I’m Going Home ended with standing ovations around the country.

Seann has starred in Netflix’s FlinchLive At The ApolloTonight at The London PalladiumCelebrity JuicePlay To The WhistleVirtually Famous8 Out of 10 CatsChatty ManStand Up Central and is a regular guest on The Jonathan Ross Show.

Not just one of the countries funniest stand-up comedians, Seann can be seen acting in Jack Dee’s ITV sitcom Bad Move where he plays audience favourite, Grizzo.

Brett Goldstein

Brett is currently best-known for the role of Roy Kent in Apple TV’s runaway hit comedy Ted Lasso, a performance that earned him an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He is also a writer on the series, receiving widespread critical acclaim. He has numerous acting credits to his name that include DriftersUncleDerek and Superbob, which he also co-wrote.

Brett also has a hugely successful weekly podcast Films To Be Buried With.

Peter Rethinasamy

Born and raised in Belfast to a Malaysian father and Irish mother, Peter is a comedian with hard hitting punchy jokes and tales of growing up in Northern Ireland.

He has been a semi-finalist in Laughing Horse New Act Competition, won London Comedy Store’s King Gong Competition and went on to perform his first open spot there early this year.

He is also resident MC at Fulham Comedy Club.

James Gill (MC)

James Gill is a comedian, presenter, warm-up artiste and writer, establishing himself as one of the most popular compères on the circuit.

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Tickets from £15

Members: 10% off tickets (excluding band C)

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