Russel Park - Bedford
Friday 03 Sep | 6:00 pm | £18.00 per guest

Comedy in The Sun - Running Festival Friday, 03 September 2021


Ticket types

Tickets will be sold in bubbles of 6 people, with people from different households, however we will change this as required. All seating will have an unobstructed view of the large stage.

We will be having three ticket types, access is not restricted to any area and you are able to purchase food from the street food trucks and drinks from the external bar

Price Band 1

£18 per person - General admission bring your own chairs or blankets (buy of our website or buy from We Got Tickets here)

Price Band 2

£23.50 per person - Seating provided (buy from We Got Tickets here)

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  • Sara Pascoe |

    Sara Pascoe

    We are mega excited to have Sara Pascoe with us.

    Sara is an award winning comedian who current hosts guessable on comedy Central as well as appearing on many other show including 8 out of 10 Cats and Live at The Apollo

    Read more … about Sara Pascoe
  • Pat Monahan |

    Pat Monahan

    Pat was last with us a number of years ago performing his hour show as part of Milton Keynes Fringe Festival

    Patrick Monahan was winner of ITV's Show Me The Funny. This half-Iranian, half-Middlesborough comic is a rising star on the comedy circuit. Full of an insatiable lust for life, his exuberant comedy greets the audience like a sex-starved spaniel would greet a trouser leg.

    A natural-born performer exudes charisma from the stage (and often off it, when he scuttles into the crowd...!)

    Read more … about Pat Monahan
  • Jo Caulfield |

    Jo Caulfield

    Jo last perfromed at The Comedy Cow during Milton keynes Comedy festival in 2018. 

    Joe is best-known for her legendary one-woman shows, Jo Caulfield is “one of the finest female comics at work” (The Observer) and has recently been nominated as “the best female Stand-Up in the country” ( She is also Graham Norton’s head writer. “She is, quite simply, a damn funny woman” (The Scotsman).

    Read more … about Jo Caulfield