Southampton Comedy Club & Live Music Venue - The Attic
Southampton Stand Up Comedy - Friday 12th January
Southampton Stand Up Comedy - Friday 12th January
Come down to The Attic in Southampton for an Unmissable Evening of Stand-Up Comedy from a Handful of Comedy's Best
Early Bird tickets £12 when bought in advance or £15 on the door, if still available.
Your Host: Geordie Geoff
Geordie Geoff, born and raised in the Northeast, is excited to bring his unique style of comedy to The Attic. With a reputation as a nice guy, he quickly puts his audience at ease through a laid-back and interactive approach to stand-up. No two performances are the same: Geoff leaves people yearning for more with his famous crowd work, always keeping the audience at the centre of his set.
Known for his perceptive descriptions, laser dot humour, and "say it like it is" attitude, Geoff is brutally funny. The front row becomes his playground, and its occupants become his closest friends.
After countless nights on the road, gigging in pubs and clubs across the country, Geoff's show, 'Catching The Custard,' promises to be "an absolute banging" event in Southampton. Supported by a distinguished line-up, the audience can expect a hilarious experience with custard flying in their direction.
Geoff started his comedy journey at the Edinburgh Fringe and has recently provided support for renowned comedians like Michael Hackett, Steve Hughes, and Martin Westgate. Additionally, he is an established MC, having hosted Mark Simmons, Ben Norris, Dinesh Ranganathan, and Jack Skipper.
Stephen Bailey at The Attic in Southampton
Stephen Bailey is an acclaimed British performer, known for his work as a comedian, presenter, actor, and writer. Proudly hailing from the north and identifying as both working class and gay, Stephen's trademark style of comedic gossiping has earned him numerous awards and accolades in the television industry.
Some of his notable television credits include appearances on:
- Unbreakable (BBC One)
- Date or Drop (BBC One) as a co-host alongside Amanda Holden
- Live at the Apollo (BBC Two)
- Would I Lie To You & Richard Osman's House of Games (BBC One)
- Between The Covers & Strictly: It Takes Two (BBC Two)
- Pointless Celebrities (BBC One)
- Live from Barry Island (BBC Wales)
- The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2)
- Roast Battle (Comedy Central)
- Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One)
- The Apprentice: You're Fired & Sara Cox's Between The Covers (BBC Two)
- Love Island: Aftersun (ITV2)
- Tipping Point: Lucky Stars (ITV)
- CelebAbility on ITV2
- Celebs on the Farm (Channel 5)
- Celebs on the Ranch (MTV)
- Takeshi's Castle (Comedy Central)
In addition to his television appearances, Stephen has hosted several radio shows, including Sunday Takeover on Virgin Radio, The Jason Manford Show on Absolute Radio, Drivetime with Eamonn Holmes on TalkRadio, The Breakfast Show on Gaydio, and The Sunday Sessions with Laura Whitmore on BBC 5Live.
Stephen is a passionate ambassador for LGBTQ+ rights and representation within the media industry, as recognised by leading publications such as Attitude Magazine. He continues to make his mark in various entertainment spheres, showcasing his quick-wittedness, cheeky sarcasm, and magnetic appeal.
Ben Norris at The Attic in Southampton
Ben is a highly experienced and hugely well-respected stand-up. He's been performing comedy since 1993 and is renowned for his incredibly relaxed stage persona and his innate ability to improvise as well as deliver sharply crafted material.
Other interesting facts about Ben: he's the cousin of actor Martin Freeman and also the father of triplets (2 girls and a boy).
Ben's TV credits include: "Mock the Week" (BBC 1), "The Comedy Store" (Paramount and Comedy Central), "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" (BBC 2), "They think it's all over" (BBC 2).
Ben has written and performed three solo shows at The Edinburgh Festival: 'Sitting Room Only' (1997), 'Mr Ambiguousness' (2013), and 'Benny on the loose' (2014).
Ben was Ed Byrne's tour support for his 2013 UK tour and appeared at the Apollo, Hammersmith.
Ben also acted in a play developed with the 'Comedians Theatre Company' called 'The Last Minutes,' which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 2014.
Ian Smith at The Attic in Southampton
Ian Smith is a multi-award-winning comedian, actor, and writer as seen on Comedy Central Live - and heard on BBC Radio 4's The News Quiz, The Now Show, and his own comedy-documentary Girl Stuck in Basketball Hoop. He co-hosts the Guardian-recommended Northern News podcast with Amy Gledhill.
Ian's six Edinburgh Fringe shows have received critical acclaim, an Amused Moose Comedy Award, ThreeWeeks Editors' Award, and transfers at Soho Theatre and international festivals. In 2015, he was also part of the hugely successful, multi-award-winning Richard Gadd - Waiting for Gaddot.
He has performed at the New Zealand Comedy Festival twice, including a set at the prestigious New Zealand Comedy Gala (TVNZ). This year, Ian was selected as part of Best of the Edinburgh Fest at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Besides being a talented comedian, Ian is also a skilled actor. He started as a lead in the BBC2 sitcom Popatron and has since starred alongside Katherine Parkinson in the Sky comedy Officially Special and had a leading role in the BBC1 drama, The Ark. Additionally, he played supporting roles in The Emily Atack Show, Siblings, Pls Like, and the BBC drama The Syndicate.
Ian was a regular writer on The News Quiz, The Now Show, and Newsjack (BBC Radio 4) and has also written for various other comedians, including Mock the Week. In 2022, he directed Amy Gledhill's Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer-nominated show, The Girl Before The Girl You Marry. He has also written two of his web series - Hope You Come Up Here and the Chortle Award-nominated 100 Reasons to Hate...
Tickets: Early bird is £12 in advance online or £15 on the door if still available.
Doors 7 pm with an 8 pm start.
If the event doesn't go ahead, you will receive a full refund.