Live at Square Chapel is an exciting brand-new monthly comedy club for Square Chapel Arts Centre and features the hottest comedy talent on the scene today, including some well-known faces as well as stars of the future!
MC: Joe Zalias
Joe’s 13 years of performances have seen him entertaining audiences all over the globe. A devoted father, comedian, author and actor. His life has been fascinating as he has ventured down various paths, including cage fighting, assisting a crime organisation and working as a firefighter.
He has supported Bill Bailey and Tom Stade on their tours. And has toured Asia and Europe as a solo act.
‘Exudes natural likeability and charm” Julia Chamberlain – Jongleurs and Chortle
”I’ve never seen anything like it. People came in from across the street to see what all the laughing was about.” Nottingham Comedy Festival
Open: Eryn Tett
Eryn is a fabulous new act, 2020’s Funny Women’s Runner Up, plus WINNER of Ireland’s Cherry Comedy Award. She’ll also soon feature in a new BBC Three series from Ogmios. She’s a quirky and unique act with a ton of charisma and has a style that toes the line between straight stand up and absurdism.
“Unique in all the best ways…so fun to watch. She’s going to be massive”- Adam Hess
Close: Matt Rees
Multi-award-winning Welsh comedian, Matt Rees, has generated a huge buzz on the circuit over the past few years with his unique brand of well-crafted gags and acerbic delivery earning him high praise from audiences and critics alike.
"A properly original comedy mind" The Guardian
The deadpan stand-up is a sober drunk and a couple of years ago he had to take a break from comedy to deal with his personal matters, but now he’s back and taking the comedy scene by storm once more. As well as starring in BBC3’s This Country and BBC’s Edinburgh Fringe Highlights, Matt has also recently recorded an episode of BBC2’s Stand Up at BBC Wales, Amazon’s Audible Presents and Stand Up For BBC Radio Wales.
Each show will host a range of comedy styles from professional comics regularly playing clubs across the UK, some of whom are familiar faces on TV.