Carriage Works Theatre

Shoecake Comedy | June

Sat 26 Jun, 8pm

Carriageworks Theatre – Main Space

Tickets & Times

Sat 26 Jun 8.00 pm Book

Headlined by Marcel Lucont – plus Brennan Reece, Rachel Jackson & MC Chris Lumb

Opening the show is self professed working class, Lancashire-born millennial, Brennan Reece
As seen on BBC Live At The ApolloComedy Central at The Comedy Store, E4’s Celebrity Coach Trip,
tour support for Joe Lycett, Rob Brydon & Jason Manford.

Our middle act is the award winning Scottish comedian Rachel Jackson 
As seen on The Stand Up Sketch Show on ITV2 and The Comedy Underground on BBC Scotland, Rachel is one of the rising stars of comedy. Rachel featured on the Herald Scottish Culture Awards ‘One To Watch’ 2019 list. She has performed her solo shows Memoirs of a Bunny Boiler and Slutty Little Goldfish at the Edinburgh Fringe, Glasgow Comedy Festival and The Camden Fringe.

And headlining the show is the fantastic Marcel Lucont 
Marcel Lucont is without question the greatest UK-based French comedian around. This multi-award-deserving flâneur, raconteur and bon-viveur is currently touring the world, charming women and insulting the stupid. His deadpan stand-up, world-class sex poetry and bawdy chansons have been a huge hit all over Europe, Australasia and America and he has improved many a TV show along the way, including: The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Derek (C4), New Zealand Comedy Gala (TV3), John Bishop’s Christmas Show (BBC1), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Set List (Sky Atlantic).

Our host for the evening is Leeds improv legend, actor, impressionist, and all round nice guy Chris Lumb
As seen on BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News and ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.


Sat 26 Jun 8 pm £12 Book

Standard: £13.20
Book for both Shoecake Comedy and Discount Comedy Club for £16

Price includes booking fee.

Tickets & Times

Sat 26 Jun 8.00 pm Book

Carriageworks Theatre

  • "Fresh, accessible and hilarious" - The Guardian
  • "Wonderful French wit... His elegant and sardonic turns of phrase are an utter joy... Superb stuff" - Time Out
  • “Excellently dry" - The Times
  • “Very funny, quick-witted and exceedingly sharp” - British Comedy Guide