Monkey Nuts Comedy Club


All Haverhill Arts Centre: Out of Doors events take place at the Scout and Guide HQ on Colne Valley Road. The show starts at 8.00pm. We are staggering arrival times to avoid big queues. Please select your arrival slot below. They are available on a first come, first served basis. There are other important things you need to know before you book. See the link at the bottom of the page.

Age Recommendation: 14+

Outdoor comedy with three stand-up comics. (Line-up subject to change)
Please note, the start time has changed to 8.15pm

Tom Lucy
“Watch him live and you’ll quickly understand the excitement” -The Guardian
Tom Lucy has established himself as one of the most exciting new comedians around.
At 19, Tom won the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award. At 20, he took his debut solo show to the Edinburgh Festival, selling out and winning The Sun’s Best New Comedian at the Fringe, before supporting Jack Whitehall on his UK & Ireland arena tour.
In 2018, Tom completed a sell-out residency at London’s Soho Theatre – his first solo headline show – before returning to the Edinburgh Festival with another sell-out run and supporting Kevin Bridges on his national tour.
Support Act for: Jack Whitehall, Michael McIntyre, Rob Beckett, John Bishop, Romesh Ranganathan.

Dave Fulton
“Nothing escaped his sardonic humor.”
The Union
“-It’s only comics with something to say that cross the Atlantic.”
The Guardian
“Fulton is left as a sole crusader for US topical comedy.”
The List
“(Fulton) represents the tough talking, risk-taking school of yankee comics,……..He’s intelligent, remarkably relaxed on stage and clearly out to create a bit of mischief.”
Time Out-London
“…Fulton puts it out there. It’s your job to pick it up. And if you are a smart man, you will.”
The Seattle Times
“…Could be cast as the evil cast away in the satanic remake of The Blue Lagoon.”
San Fransisco Examiner
“Not very likeable, even when funny.”
News of the World

Rosie Jones
Rosie Jones describes herself as a triple threat: ‘I’m disabled, I’m gay, and I’m a *****.’ And all three aspects get an airing in her second full-length show, Backwards, although it’s probably the third that most defines her.
She has a penchant for dark jokes, sexual assertiveness bordering on aggression and being blunt to people she meets – all of which is treated as a game, playing the cerebral palsy card to get away with all manner of misbehaviour. (Chortle)

Things you need to know before you book. Please read our guidelines and only book if you are happy to follow them.

We have carried out full risk assessments on our out-of-doors events. If you would like more information please contact Gary Wilson.


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