• 18
  • 04
  • 2023
  • 07.00
  • pm

Blizzard Comedy’s 4th Birthday!

Please note this is an 18+ Event

It is 2023 and despite numerous things that could’ve scuppered us, we are turning four years old this April! To celebrate, we are putting on a bonus show featuring a massive line-up of some of our absolute favourite performers

Come along on Tuesday 18th April for an evening of stellar comedy from…

Bobbie Jones

A combination of Dad Jokes and Daddy Issues, Bobbie-Ann Jones is one of the funniest prediabetic queers ever to come from Wolverhampton. They once made their counsellor cry and laugh at the same time, and they’re still proud of it. Is often seen carrying a single chocolate bar in a Sainsburys bag for life and rocking a killer rack.

“One To Watch” – Funny Women 2017
“Obvious Talent” – The Student Newspaper 2018

Edward Roworth

Prop-based absurdist comedy. Bonus content can be unlocked with in-game currency.

“A favourite of the night…you won’t stop laughing.” – Blizzard Comedy
“On nights when you’re in, we make on average £48 less.” – Local business owner
“Whatever you’re looking to do, this OS Explorer map will give you the outstanding level of detail you’d expect from OS.” – Ordnance Survey

John Porter

‘Charmingly dark, refreshingly honest crowd pleaser’ (Laughter Factory), with ‘sweet, darkly menacing humour’ (The Ha Ha Club), and ‘timing beyond his years’ (Woofers Comedy Club). XS Manchester Comedian Of The Year Runner-Up, 2016.

Jonathan Murray

Comedian and front man for the post punk duo ‘Austerity Dogs’, Jonathan tells of their working class upbringing and anger towards all things Tory, while making you laugh along the way. From council estates to Thailand, his stories are hard to believe, but he has the proof his life really is that strange.

“I seen Jono do comedy so I gave his band a go and seen them live. He screamed at me about gentrification” – an Austerity Dogs viewer

Justina Seselskaite

Winner of British Comedy Guide talent awards 2021
Finalist for so you think your funny? 2022
Shortlisted twice for the BBC new comedy awards 2021/2022
Finalist for Manchester fringe comedy competition 2021.
Finalist for Southport’s new comedian of the year 2021.

“Owned the room start to finish , the audience loved her. Classy material and delivery” – Ty Pawb Comedy Club
“Although relatively new to the circuit she is certainly getting noticed with her crowd-pleasing anecdotes about life as a Lithuanian immigrant in the UK.” – Nodding Dog Comedy
“Great new rising star” – Nodding Dog Comedy

Kath Marvelley

Come say G’day to this funny, warm and theatrical Aussie storyteller as she talks about the differences between the UK and Australia, her family and Aussie Wildlife. If you were to cross Sarah Pascoe with Steve Irwin crocodile hunter this might be what happens.
Loved by audiences and snakes.

“Charismatic, confident, warm, assured and very funny.” – Picture House, Sheffield

Katie Mitchell

A rising star of the Midlands comedy circuit, Katie Mitchell’s comedy is alternative yet pervasive. She revels in a mainstream stand-up environment, as well as more specific events like cabaret, burlesque, and music festivals.

“One of the weirdest and most brilliant new acts I’ve seen in a while.” – Monsoon of Random

And Tom Short

Chortle student comedian of the year 2019 runner up. Dark stories from a dead inside comic.

“Worst show I’ve ever seen” – EdFringe review 2019

With Host Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)

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