'8 Out Of 10 Cats' Writer To Headline Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club | York Barbican

'8 Out Of 10 Cats' Writer To Headline Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club

30 Jul 2019

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club is back on Friday 16 August with even more of the best comedians from around the country!

This month the event features award-winning comedians, TV writers and more. Discover our line-up below!


A regular writer for Channel 4’s ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, Roger Monkhouse is the creative force behind the show's topical gags which features the likes of Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and many more.

An original and quirky performer, his trademark stage-prowling style has made him one of the hottest names on the comedy circuit.

Supremely confident, Roger is widely regarded as a master of observational comedy, with routines that are universally and unfailingly hysterical.

“Unfailingly entertaining - a gifted natural” - Chortle


Award-winning writer, actor and regular performer at the world-famous London Comedy Store, Gordon Southern combines his upbeat and energetic delivery with hilarious observational comedy & quick improvisation. 

Regularly headlining comedy shows all over the world, Gordon made his debut at Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1997 and has since toured many successful solo shows, with 2012's "A Brief History of History" receiving award nominations at the New Zealand Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

“Hugely talented… Very funny” - Time Out Magazine   


A naturally affable scouse storyteller, Davey Ash is instantly relatable with hilarious stories from his day to day life.

His fresh and original material helped him to win the title of Liverpool's new comedian of the year in 2012, and after a sabbatical from comedy, he is ready to entertain you with some fantastic tales of his strange and sometimes wonderful life.


Our regular compare of the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club, comedian Damion Larkin will often improvise his entire set to hilarious effect. He is a versatile and creative comedian who always leaves audiences wanting more.

“Industrious in rotating his material, which is warmly and intelligently told” - Chortle