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Recent posts

When The Night Fell (part one)
April 7, 2021
Owen Thomas, who wrote the breath taking piece let us into his thoughts behind the performance and shares some stories from working with the theatre.
Punch Maughan
March 1, 2021
We caught up with Punch Maughan just before the weekend, we asked her some questions about her time at Theatr Brycheiniog and ‘found’ out what she is up to now…
Rosie and Tin's theatre interview
January 21, 2021
We have another lovely blog post for you! We would like to thank Rosie and Tin for their support, not only are they patrons of Theatr Brycheiniog but they are also regularly involved in many creative projects and classes. We asked them if they would answer some question for us and they were kind enough to give us such interesting and heartwarming responses.
Time Traveller Jo
December 8, 2020
I would lead social media posts with Meet Jo, she is part of our amazing box office team, she is currently Furloughed and spending some time in 2074 when she can, apparently everything is much better there.

Monthly Comedy Club

Posted by velvet at 09:59 on 24 Jan 2020


Comedy Club & Curry Nights

Have the heard about our Comedy Clubs?  They are a blast…The curry is amazing too! If you haven’t been to one of our comedy clubs before you are missing out BIG TIME. Over 16s only as its not suitable for a younger audience.  Our comedians are always exceptional, if you have been part of the audience you will know how well the comedians interactive with the room. Tickets are £10 or for just £20 you can also get curry and a drink before the show! Sounds good right?! Our Comedy Clubs tend to run on the last friday of every month with same exceptions. (Shows are always listed on our site)

Comedy Club Interviews- 


We have been lucky enough to get an Interview with two of our Comedy Club Comedians Robin Morgan & Lloyd Langford! 

Robins interview-

Q-How long have you been doing stand up for?

In July it will be 10 years. 1/3 of my life. Goodness me.Robin Morgan.jpg

Q-How would you describe your job in three words?

Rail Replacement Bus.

 Q-Describe your life using three film titles.

Fast & Furious

2 Fast 2 Furious

Fast & Furious 3: Tokyo Drift

(I recently attended a Speed Awareness course).

 Q-Who would win in a fight? A weak dinosaur or a strong crocodile

Strong crocodile 100% and I’ll fight anyone who says otherwise.

 Q-Can you tell us something interesting about yourself?

I was on BBC Two’s Eggheads and was one question away from £23,000. Did I win? No.

 Q-How many Jaffa cakes can you eat at once?

How many do you have?

 Q-How do you get ready for a set?

Eating Jaffa cakes.


I'm not 100% sure on the strong crocodile answer but will will take your word for it Robin! Thank you! 



Lloyds Interview-

Q-What’s the best part about being a comedian?

It's allowed me to travel the world and meet some incredible people.  It's also pretty great to think of a joke that day, try it out that night and make 400 people laugh.Lloyd Langford.jpg

Q-What’s the worst part?

The interminable travel and meeting some absolutely horrendous people, both audience members and other comedians. It's also pretty soul crushing to think of a joke that day, try it out that night and make 400 people angry and confused.

Q-Did you get a bad Christmas present last year?

I usually get leather gloves. I've got more pairs of leather gloves than the murderer from a 1970s Italian giallo.

Q-How would you describe your job in three words?

 I'm a comedian.

Q-Describe your life using three film titles.



Ben Dover's British Butt Hunt

Q-How do you get ready for a set?

I write a set-list, go over it,  have a look at the audience and the venue, watch a bit of the MC, and then most importantly of all, check that my flies are done up.

We hope you enjoyed that taste of our Comedy Club, we hope to see you soon!