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Ealing Comedy Festival

Thursday 14 – Friday 15 July & Wednesday 20 – Friday 22 July, 2016 | Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, Ealing W5

The 2016 Ealing Comedy Festival will take place over two weeks on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th July and Wednesday 20th to Friday 22nd July.

Highlights Include:
Thursday, 14 July: Comic legend Barry Cryer hosting with Alan DaviesPaul Sinha, Ian Stone
Friday, 15 July: Renowned satirist Stephen K. Amos
Wednesday, 20 JulyAndy Parsons of Mock The Week fame
Thursday, 21 July: Television comic Seann Walsh
Friday, 22 JulyShappi Korsandi hosting the festival’s closing gala
Visitors will be given the opportunity to see world class comedians that are rarely seen at grass roots events, under the iconic festival big top tent in Walpole Park, Ealing W5 5EQ.

Gates open at 6.30pm and shows start at 7.45pm.

Click below to view the full line up and buy tickets

Re-entry is only allowed with a festival wrist band and no alcohol is to be bought into the grounds upon re-entry.

No animals allowed on site

Ealing Comedy Festival - Thursday 14.07.16

Performer
Alan Davies
Barry Cryer Hosts
Ian Stone
Paul Sinha
Main Stage : Shows run between 7.45-10.30pm

Ealing Comedy Festival - Friday 15.07.16

Performer
Jo Caulfield
Stephen K Amos Hosts
Paul Tonkinson
Bob Mills
Pete Firman
Mandy Knight
Men In Coats
Dan Nightingale
Tim Clark
Shows run between 7.45-10.30pm

Ealing Comedy Festival - Wednesday 20.07.16

Performer
Hal Cruttenden
Paul Thorne MC
Andy Parsons
Sean Hughes
Main Stage : Shows run between 7.45-10.00pm

Ealing Comedy Festival - Thursday 21.07.16

Performer
Seann Walsh
Reginald D. Hunter
Danny Bhoy
Tom Allen MC
Main Stage : Shows run between 7.45-10.00pm

Ealing Comedy Festival - Friday 22.07.16

Performer
Bobby Davro
Shappi Korsandi Hosts
Scott Capurro
Mike Gunn
Darren Harriot
Mark Dolan
John Moloney
Steve Rawlings
Ricky Grover
Main Stage : Shows run between 7.45-10.00pm

Line-ups may change due to illness and unforeseen circumstances. You won’t be able to bring bikes, dogs and glass bottles into Ealing Summer Festivals’ venues. You can bring in some alcohol (not in glass bottles) but security staff will have the final say over how much is allowed.