Tag: comedy festival

Pay As You Feel Comedy

For many on the 14th of February, love is in the air, but for my friend and I, it was time to venture to The Exchange Bar for some laugh out loud comedy. The acts we went to see were...

/ 1st March 2017

Comedy Festival: Stewart Lee @ De Montfort Hall

Stewart Lee began the Leicester Comedy Festival in brilliant style at De Montfort Hall on Wednesday evening. Lee’s shows are often very improvisational, or so it seems, it became very difficult to tell whether he had many of the audience...

/ 21st February 2017

Comedy Festival: Jonathan Pie @ The Y Theatre

Jonathan Pie, played by Tom Walker, a political mouthpiece of an agitated generation, delivered a fantastically thought-provoking show to the audience at The Y Theatre in Leicester. Pie, whilst open with his self-proclaimed leftist stance, didn’t hold back on taking...

/ 13th February 2017

The Best Music During Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival

Whether you’re a fan of comedy or a fan of music, you can still enjoy Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival. You can do this, simply by combining the two, to make a strange, yet very audibly received, gig. Providing you with...

/ 1st February 2016

Meet Comedy Society festival stars: Kasia Mieszczak

Name: Kasia Mieszczak Course:  Economics and Finance Year of study: 1st year Occupation within Comedy Society: Just a standard, grey member of the society   What got you interested in doing comedy? Coming to Leicester for the comedy festival last...

/ 11th February 2015

DLCF Daily Comedy Guide: 8th – 10th February

Sunday 8th February Day of rest? Comedy never rests. Get out there and worship at the altar of comedy! Or just see some of these shows, up to you. Lee Ridley is The Lost Voice Guy, after a great show...

/ 7th February 2015

Meet Comedy Society festival stars: James Porritt

For those of you who happened to let this nugget of information slip your mind, Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival commenced only a few days ago. This means comedians from all over the country- some known; others lesser known- are right on...

/ 6th February 2015

Satire you say? Why is it more popular than ever?

The Leicester comedy festival, starting in February, has come at a convenient time. One of my third year modules is called Political Communication, so I’ve just spent a fair few weeks studying political satire for an essay. This meant trawling...

/ 4th February 2015

On the lookout for cheap laughs

The festive season may have sucked your wallet dry and your January loan may already by dwindling, but do not be downhearted dear reader, as Dave’s Comedy Festival has kindly accommodated for the penniless students! With so many gigs coming...

/ 1st February 2015

Venues for Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival

Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival can take you to all corners of the city, from bars, to clubs, to halls. It’s a fantastic opportunity to visit alternative venues, try out some new water-holes, and have your sides split all the way...

/ 31st January 2015