Whether you enjoy stand-up, character, or musical comedy, there will be something for everyone at the Glossop Comedy Festival next month.
With 16 very different shows available, the festival will be held at The Oakwood pub on George Street from Friday 8 to Sunday 10 October.
A mixture of family friendly performances to shows only suitable for adults ensure there is a show to suit all audiences.
For the younger comedy fans, there is Tom Short’s Wheel of Misfortune, a madcap one-man physical comedy show, or Philip Simon: School’s Out Comedy Club.
While for adults there are shows that find the humour in a midlife crisis, divorce and the challenges around raising kids.
For full details of all the performances, you can pick up a guide to the shows from The Oakwood or view the listings on the official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/glossopcomedyfestival
All shows are free with the option to donate after, but tickets must be booked in advance from https://www.wegottickets.com/glossopcomedyfestival.