An Evening of Comedy

Tickets from £6, Doors open from 6pm.

Join in the laughter at Drink Shop Do's basement lounge with new jokes and ideas from a line up of top comedians warming up for tours, festivals, television and radio appearances.


Bill features:  

Jayde Adams

Winner of the Funny Women Awards, Nominee for Best Newcomer at The Edinburgh Comedy Awards and as seen on TV shows including '8 Out Of 10 Cats' on Channel 4. “The future of British comedy” Diva Magazine “A fearless force of nature” The Independent.

Bobby Mair

Recently, Bobby has supported the likes of Bill Burr and Doug Stanhope on tour and been seen on TV in Comedy Central's 'Roast Battle' and Viceland TV's 'Bobby And Harriet Get Married' . "Bobby Mair is clearly a brilliant stand up. He's either going to be a huge international comedy star or the funniest homeless man ever' Jimmy Carr 

Evelyn Mok

BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017, Time Out Comedy’s One to Watch and Guardian’s Top Ten Jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe 2017. 

“proves herself to have an ambition, originality and wit that augurs well” The Times

Harriet Kemsley 

The star of Viceland TV's 'Bobby and Harriet Get Married' and Comedy Central's 'Roast Battle'.

"A quirky, refreshingly charming comedian at the dawn of her TV Career" The Radio Times

Josh Howie

Josh has written and starred in his own BBC Radio 4 sitcom 'Josh Howie's Losting It' and he regularly gigs in comedy clubs and theatres around the country. 

"Howie is brilliantly clever, honest, utterly engaging and absolutely fearless" The Scotsman

Kae Kurd 

Smart, sharp and brilliantly astute, Kae is a young British-Kurdish stand up making a serious name for himself. In 2017 Kae took his debut hour Kurd Your Enthusiasm to the Edinburgh Fringe achieving excellent critical acclaim. His unique back story as a child refugee and his emergence from the Black British comedy circuit totally shining out amongst the newcomer landscape.



‘The sell-out crowd are hooked. We’re a captive audience’

The Herald



Acts are correct at the time of going to press. In the unlikely event of an act needing to cancel, the management reserves the right to change the line-up

Tickets start at £6, so it's not just the laughs that are cheap!