#JC4PM brings a top night of entertainment for Labour supporters hosted by cult video blogger the Artist Taxi Driver.
The Artist Taxi Driver has built up a massive online following through political commentary in the front of his car and has interviewed everyone from John McDonnell to Russell Brand and inspired a Grime version of his rant about the 'Magic Money Tree'.
Joining the Artist Taxi Driver will be:
Norman Lovett, whose deadpan comedy has inspired countless comedians and whose career started with warming up for Punk bans like 'The Clash' and went on to becoming a sci-fi favourite as 'Holly' in 'Red Dwarf'.
Lost Voice Guy (AKA Lee Ridley), hilariously satirises attitudes towards disability through a voice synthesiser. His award winning act has been gone down a storm at gigs across the country.
Barbara Nice, critically acclaimed character-comedy from Phoenix Nights actress and comedian Janice Connolly.
Smug Roberts, one of Manchester's top stand-up comics, his acting credits include 'Mrs Browns Boys', 'Cold Feet', 'Phoenix Nights' and 'Looking For Eric' (Directed by Ken Loach).
Kate Fox, stand-up poet who has two Radio 4 series under her belt and has performed on BBC 1 and BBC 2.
Sir Ian Bowler, a character act devised by 'Have I Got News For You' writer and stand-up comedian Nat Tapley. Fantastic one-liners combined with poetry.
Theresa May Cabaret, a comic burlesque act performed by Lolly Jones that went down a storm at Stand up for Labour in Maidenhead.
Early bird tickets
Early bird tickets are available until the Monday 23rd April at £10, after which standard price tickets are £15, no concessions. Tickets will be available on the door on the night of the event at £20.