Win tickets to Curzon comedy night

PUBLISHED: 14:48 18 September 2019 | UPDATED: 14:48 18 September 2019

Tom Taylor.

Tom Taylor.


First-class comedy acts will take to the stage at the Curzon in Clevedon later this month.

Some of the funniest acts on the UK comedy circuit are coming together for a night of live comedy at the venue on September 27.

Barry Castagnola is one of the top acts performing on the night, alongside Tom Taylor, Alistair Barrie and Sally-Anne Hayward.

Castagnola began performing stand-up in the late-1990s and has appeared on Channel 4 shows such as Experimental and The Eleven O'Clock Show.

He is known for his easy-going style and mixing personal anecdotes with some sharp topical and political commentary.

Taylor is a favourite at comedy clubs across the UK and has supported Simon Munnery, John Kearns and Abandoman on tour and performed on Radio 2 and Radio 4 as part of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award.

The pair will be joined by Barrie - one of the top headliners on the international comedy circuit. He has performed in more than 40 countries and is a regular at London's world-famous Comedy Store.

According to The Guardian, 'No one does righteous indignation with the same brio as Barrie, an inheritor of the splenetic mantle of the great 80s alternative comedians'.

Hayward is next on the bill and her confident persona and quick wit have rapidly made her a much sought-after comedian. She is a regular compere at Glastonbury Festival and a keenly anticipated regular on the comedy circuit.

Curzon Comedy: Live at the Curzon starts at 8pm.

Tickets are priced £10.50-12.50 and can be booked at

The Times has once again teamed up with the Curzon to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see the show.

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