Tickets are quickly selling out for Bristol’s comedy event of the summer

Tickets are quickly selling out for Bristol’s comedy event of the summer

Posted on: 01 Apr 2024

With multiple shows already sold out, Bristol’s Comedy Garden is set to be a packed one – so get your tickets soon.




Bristol Comedy Garden is one of the biggest events of Bristol’s comedy calendar – taking place in sunny June, it sees some of the biggest comedians from around the country (and sometimes beyond) descend on Bristol’s Queen Square for five days of laugh-a-minute shows packed to the gills with talent.


This year is no different, with names like Stewart Lee, Tim Key, Sara Pascoe & more gracing the bill – so no wonder that tickets for Comedy Garden are selling like hot cakes.

The festival sees five days of comedy, Wednesday to Sunday, with multiple shows on the Saturday & Sunday. Of these days, three have already completely sold out: the Wednesday fronted by Josh Widdecombe, with support from the likes of Ivo Graham and John Kearns, the Sunday early show with headliner Simon Amstell and support from Tim Key, Sam Campbell and Kemah Bob – and the Sunday Late show with comedy legend Stewart Lee (as well as Lou Sanders, Louise Young and Jamali Maddix).


There are still oodles and oodles of fantastic comedy on offer, with tickets for some serious talent up for grabs. Headline shows fronted by David O Doherty, Dara O’Briain, Sara Pascoe, Ardal O’Hanlon, Harry Hill & Dylan Moran are all still on offer – and that’s not even to mention the brilliant support acts with them like Maisie Adam, John Robins, & Rhys James. Even these tickets are selling fast though – so don’t wait.

For more information on the lineup, check out our articles for a full breakdown of the Thursday/Friday, the Saturday and the Sunday editions of Comedy Garden – or head straight here to get your tickets for the Queen Square laughapalooza.

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Patrick Bate

Patrick is a filmmaker with so much Bristol in his blood the white blood cells are graffiti'd. Educated at the Northern Film School in Leeds, he’s returned home to be a Videographer and Reviewer for 365Bristol and BARBI. When he’s not messing about with cameras, he enjoys playing guitar, spending far too much time on tabletop RPGs, and being an awful snob about cider. Have a look at his work here, or get in touch at