Sunday 14th October

Please accept this illustrated summary of what to expect from our next show. Read about them, look at their faces, read the nice things people have said about them. Or skim past it because you’ve already decided you’re attending. Whatever path you take to clicking the ticket link, remember that it’s not the journey that matters, it’s the destination.

Bilal Zafar

Bilal Zafar

New Act of the Year award winner Bilal joined the company of previous winners such as Stewart Lee, Ardal O’Hanlon, Joe Wilkinson and Linda Smith when he came top of the bill at the 2016 New Act of the Year Awards (previously the Hackney Empire new act of the year award). In 2015 he was the runner up at the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year competition. He has appeared on BBC3, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network, and has written for The Independent and the Guardian. After the prize winning success of CAKES he returned to the fringe in 2017 with a sell out run of his follow-up show; BISCUIT.

“witty and absorbing… highly entertaining. I look forward to whatever Zafar cooks up next” — The Times

“A natural storyteller with a very likeable stage presence” ★★★★★ — ShortCom

“Zafar really delivers on the absurdity of an escalating social media farce running in parallel with growing prejudice and tensions, joyously exposing the stupidity on all sidest” ★★★★ — The Skinny

“endearing, relaxed and naturally funny…hilarious” ★★★★★ — EdFest Mag

“fascinating and hilarious in equal measure” — i-D

“Delivers big laughs” — The Guardian
Zoë Tomalin

Zoë Tomalin

One half of Siân &… Zoë, Tomalin is a prolific and perceptive writer and performer in her very own right. She can see funny in the same way that Haley Joel Osment could see dead people. She is our multidimensional conduit to the other side of comedy.

“Wonderfully written, absolutely side-splitting and shot through with very dark humour” ★★★★★ — Bunbury Magazine

“a great piece of alternative comedy” ★★★★ — The Skinny

“unalloyed joy, full of impish verve… compelling work” — Chortle


Shell Byron
Che Burnley

and host

Rich Milner

Doors open at 7.00pm, show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £7 when you buy online, £8 if you pay on the door.
ABuy Ticketsdvanced booking is recommended.

The following food and drinks offers are also available:

2 x tickets and a bottle of any wine £20
2 x tickets, a bottle of any wine and 2 main meals for £35

These must be booked in advance by contacting the Red Deer via (0114) 2722890 or