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Thursday 9th June 2022

Peachin' Comedy Night

— Lost Horizon
Comedy, cocktails + tacos down at Lost Horizon
price: Headfirst Tickets


We are so excited to announce our first Peachin' comedy event at Lost Horizon in Bristol on Thursday 9th June 2022. We’ve got the incredible Grace Campbell venturing down from London alongside Angie Belcher + some of our favourite rising comedy stars in Bristol at the moment.

Peachin’ DJs will be setting the scene from 6PM with Mexican food and cocktails on sale in the courtyard until the show starts at 7pm.

Grace Campbell
"One of the funniest women in Britain" (Times) is going to make her eagerly awaited Edinburgh Fringe return this summer. But before, she's bringing the show to Bristol. A Show about Me(n) is a show about Grace Campbell's two lifelong passions: men and herself.

Grace Campbell is a riotous force of nature. The stand up comedian, author, and actor, is on a constant, rebellious mission to undermine most of the bullshit we are taught by society. Grace’s debut book, Amazing Disgrace, was celebrated as: 'An outpouring of truth, wit, and beautiful comedic wisdom from the hilarious and laudably liberated Grace Campbell.' by Katherine Ryan.


Angie Belcher
Drawing on her experience as a professional performance poet, stand-up comedian and teacher her projects embody professionalism, integrity, and creativity. An expert communicator she regularly compere’s Glastonbury Festival’s raucous Cabaret Tent and is an accomplished stand-up comedian and writer.


Joe Riley
Joe Riley is like a wizard who stumbled upon a city. Armed with imaginative jokes and stories that have to be heard to be believed, he brings buckets of joy to every gig. Host of the 'it's terrific' podcast and two of Bristol's fantastic comedy nights - Baffoon and Bristol Fringe, Joe is a local favourite and a rising star.



A freckle-faced newcomer to comedy, Bristol born Jasi is full of incendiary observational humour and brutally funny social commentary. When he’s not soaking up laughs of guilty pleasure on stage, Jasi can be found eating endangered sea turtles and coming up with stereotypes for white people.


Loose Tea

Loose Tea brings a show that comments on love, dating and all those men that have got on her bad side.


£10 / £12 / £15

Artist Videos:

What Is It Like To Meet Vladimir Putin?
Angie Belcher performs stand up at Bath Comedy Club December 2020
Grace Campbell Reveals Who Was To Blame For The Iraq War

Artist Audio:

Grace Campbell

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