An evening of cider, street food and cracking comedy…

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Eat, drink and be raucous!

This weekend, Bristol’s Queen Square is being taken over by the Bristol Comedy Garden and its charming collection of tents, stalls and entertainment.

There’s still time to book tickets and bag yourself an evening of wit, frivolity and tear-inducing laughter. With tasty interludes on-hand from a plethora of street foodie types such as Angus & Mitchell, the Tincan Coffee Co. and Sausage Fest, you needn’t worry about going hungry. Throw a bit of music and alcohol in the mix with cider, beers and spirits available from the Comedy Garden’s well-stocked bars and you’ve got a giggle-filled night to remember. 

There’s still time to book tickets and bag yourself an evening of wit, frivolity and tear-inducing laughter. With tasty interludes on-hand from a plethora of street foodie types such as Angus & Mitchell, the Tincan Coffee Co. and Sausage Fest, you needn’t worry about going hungry. Throw a bit of music and alcohol in the mix with cider, beers and spirits available from the Comedy Garden’s well-stocked bars and you’ve got a giggle-filled night to remember. 

Click here to buy tickets, or here to view our review from last year.

Alex Everill

Alex Everill

Whenever he goes anywhere new, Alex remembers what he ate above all else. Days are always planned around food with life stuff slotted in between, where possible. He loves a good bowl of ramen or phở, a good cup of coffee, anything Medieval and graphic novel adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays.

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2 Responses to Bristol Comedy Garden is on this weekend

  1. Patricia says:

    I feel as though I was there!

  2. Webb says:

    The chorizo hot dog sounds immense!

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