Tue 7 July - Lakota Courtyard - 7.30pm (doors 6.30pm) from £50 per table (max 6 ppl)

Laughing Gas Comedy Show with STUART GOLDSMITH
and GUESTS

Featuring
FUNMBI OMOTAYO plus compere SALLY-ANNE HAYWARD
DATE: Tue 7 July - 7.30pm (doors 6.30pm) from £50 per table (max 6 ppl)
"Goldsmith has a deep talent for keeping the audienceís attention the whole time, slipping effortlessly from one routine into another and never losing a beatÖHe gets huge laughs" The List

The Comedy Box is delighted to be working with Lakota to bring some of the best live comedy from the UK comedy circuit for a summer series of outdoor gigs in the Lakota Courtyard, part of the Lakota Gardens collection of outdoor spaces.

Stuart Goldsmith is an internationally award-winning comedian, writer, podcaster and host. With a reputation for smart, accessible stand-up, Stuartís enthusiasm and natural charm conceal a quick wit and fearlessness honed by his early career as a street performer. Surprisingly candid about his exploits, sexploits and textploits, Stuart likes to get his teeth into love, romance and the downside of getting what you want.

"A charming, expert stand-up" Sunday Times

In addition to his stand-up credentials, recent years have seen Stuart build a reputation as a highly skilled interviewer and engaging host. His always insightful and often inspiring The Comedianís Comedian podcast shines a light on the darkest creative secrets of his fellow comics, and is much beloved by comedy fans, performers and industry alike. Previous guests include Russell Brand, Jimmy Carr, Tim Minchin, Russell Howard, Sarah Millican, Al Murray, Ross Noble, Tim Vine and David OíDoherty.

Stuart is an Edinburgh Festival Fringe veteran. Having been introduced to the festival as a street performer originally, he has since performed nine solo shows at the festival and presented The Comedianís Comedian podcast at the Fringe four times. 

"He infuses the material with a sly wit and underplayed sharpness, not to mention eloquent writing. This is smooth, smart and absorbing stand-up." Chortle

"It carries the slick professionalism of someone whose been master of their comedy voice for years." Edinburgh Festival Magazine