Thursday 02 April

Paul Sinha, Star of ITV’s The Chase plus Special guests Abi Roberts, Jenny Bede Sion James & Free Lollipops‏

Paul Sinha is a stand-up comedian, but you might know him as ‘The Sinnerman’, from ITV’s tea-time quiz, The Chase. You might also know him if you’ve been to a Norfolk A&E or visited a London doctor’s surgery. You could have seen him on Mastermind, The Weakest Link or University Challenge, Edinburgh and Beyond, World Stands up, Comedy Shuffle and Comedy Cuts, on Radio 4’s Loose Ends and the Now Show, or his numerous contributions to Radio 5 Live and Talksport, as well as having recorded for Shane Warne’s Ashes podcasts

But what might be news to you, is that for well over a decade Paul has been making his name in the world of stand-up comedy. He may be many things; quiz geek, doctor, Gemini, sports fanatic, and, according to Jim Davidson, ‘an Indian poof’, but first and foremost, he is a stand-up comedian. A bloody great stand-up comedian.

“This is what a good stand-up should be. Hilariously funny, passionate and articulate.” Chortle

Nominee – The Edinburgh if.Comedy Award, (formerly the Perrier) the highest accolade in live stand-up

“Utterly charming "… "
Lovable giant’ Time Out

“Sion James bases his set around interaction with the audience and reminds us what stand-up should be as he riffs expertly "
3 weeks EdFringe

Winner of the Bristol Old Vic’s prestigious Peter Ackermann Comedy Award.

She has been dubbed by critics as “Robin Williams with tits”, “a master impersonator” and as “a young, British Bette Midler”. UK Comedy website Chortle described her as “a consummate entertainer”.

Join the Observer’s 2015 rising star ,Star of ‘Jenny Bede: AAA’ BBC3 and winner of the 2013 Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer for an hour of the finest pop culture inspired songs and stand-up.

PS you can totally look at her. In fact she’d really rather you did.

‘Inspired’ (Telegraph). ‘If there was one act on the bill I would confidently tip for stardom, it’d be Bede’ (Bruce Dessau).

‘Her name is Jenny Bede and she is very funny’ (Heat). ‘Hilarious’ (Metro). ‘You’re not a soprano, stop trying’ (her singing teacher).