WIN: Tickets to Bristol Comedy Garden

PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 May 2018

Some of the comedians who will perform at Bristol Comedy Garden. Pictures: Olivier Hess/Lucy Pope/Steve Ullathorne

Some of the comedians who will perform at Bristol Comedy Garden. Pictures: Olivier Hess/Lucy Pope/Steve Ullathorne

Olivier Hess/Lucy Pope/Steve Ullathorne

TV’s funniest comedians will bring their wisecracks and gags to the South West next month as the comedy garden makes its return for the seventh year.

Bristol Comedy Garden is back again in Queen Square this year and top award-winning acts will hope to deliver fresh and funny gigs.

This summer with self-styled German comedy ambassador Henning Wehn, The Last Leg’s master observationalist Josh Widdicombe, one-liner slinger Milton Jones and acclaimed Radio 4 favourite Shappi Khorsandi are just a few of the famous faces who will perform.

Now in its seventh year, this event is renowned for bringing world-class comedy to the city centre and pairing award-winning entertainment with a fantastic selection of bars and delicious bites provided by local street food sellers.

Festival producer Cass Randolph said: “We cannot wait to get back to Queen Square this summer with this year’s set of incredible shows.

“The Bristol audiences always bring such energy to the festival which the acts really feed off making some truly unforgettable moments in the big top.”

Shows are selling out quickly so make sure to get your tickets quickly to see this year’s prize-winning crop of comics.

Bristol Comedy Garden will be held in the city’s Queen Square from June 6-10 at various times.

Tickets, starting from £20, and full details of the performers and show times are available from

The Times has teamed up with Bristol Comedy Garden to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to the event on June 10 in the afternoon.

All entries must be in by 10am on June 1. Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering this competition you are agreeing to be contacted by Archant.

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