The Comedy Network with Garrett Millerick

Plus Chloe Petts & Luke Kempner

Bristol Beacon alongside The Comedy Network is bringing some of the hottest acts on the British circuit for a night of socially distanced comedy with Garrett Millerick, Chloe Petts and MC Luke Kempner.

The “wickedly funny” (The Scotsman) Garrett Millerick delivers “‘stand up with an insolent twist” (The Sunday Times). His breakout live show Sunflower led to acclaim which has seen Millerick make TV appearances on both sides of the Atlantic, including on late-night talk show Conan. Opening is BBC Comedy Award nominee and “compelling presence” (Chortle) Chloe Petts.

Compering the night is Luke Kempner, known for his celebrity send-ups in cult BBC Three comedy series Murder in Successville and more recently, co-presenting on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch.

This is your chance to see the stars of tomorrow, today. Previous Comedy Network acts include…

Russell Howard, John Oliver, Harry Hill, Bill Bailey, Lee Mack, Stewart Lee, Greg Davies, Frankie Boyle, Al Murray, Noel Fielding, Ross Noble, Lucy Porter, Chris Ramsey, Roisin Conaty, Joe Wilkinson, Richard Herring, Dave Gorman, Jenny Eclair and many more.

This is a seated show at Bristol Beacon Foyer, Trenchard St, Bristol BS1 5AR

Age 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

This event has been rescheduled

The event will now take place on 27 May 2021. All existing tickets for the previous dates will remain valid for the new date.

For more information, please visit our Coronavirus FAQs page.


Unreserved, cabaret style tables of 2, 4 or 6 are available.

You will receive one ticket for your table.

Covid-19 Safety Measures

This is a socially distanced event. We will be employing specific measures to ensure this event can operate safely. These measures include:

  • face masks must be worn when entering the venue until you are sat at your table.
  • Respect social distancing rules in the queue and venue.
  • sanitiser points and a comprehensive hygiene policy in accordance with government guidelines
  • Table service is in operation
  • Please do not raise your voice

Click here to view Bristol Beacon’s FAQs about coronavirus.

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