The Bath Comedy Festival has been designed to attract the cream of cutting edge comedy and to encourage stand up, street theatre, film, plays, writers, artists, workshops, walks and general humorous invention.
To create a truly memorable festival full of anticipation and comic firsts, we aim to attract everyone from leading headline stars to innovative fledgling acts who will become the greats of the future.
Minimal up front costs
All we ask is for is an admin fee of £50 per act to give you a section in the official printed programme including photo, description and all key facts (see below), and booking details. These details will also appear in the What's On section of this website. This fee should be paid by cheque, made payable to 'Bath Comedy Festival' and posted to Bath Comedy Festival, 4a Sussex Place, Bath BA2 4LA.
We would be grateful for a few reserved seats which we can offer to sponsors and we can give away as prizes via the media.
To book your act
Choose your venue, organise your support and post your admin fee (see above).
Remember, because this is an open access festival it is often a case of 'first come'.
Provide us with details of your booking including artwork as soon as it is made so that we can place your details on this website straightaway.
Note the final deadline to submit artwork for our printed programme is Friday 14th February 2014.
Email photograph, name of act, title of event, description of event, total ticket prices (including any Box Office commission), date(s) and venue to email@example.com for uploading onto this website as soon as you are able (Note final printing deadline above).
Box Office Charges
We can organise ticketing via Brown Paper Tickets and/or Bath Box Office if you require it. NB: Some venues have their own box office arrangements.
Please email us for details of commission and arrangements.
If you plan to sell tickets at the door please email this information together with your artwork.
Bath offers a wonderful and eclectic range of venues from dedicated comedy favourites to Georgian theatres and more intimate pub settings. Each offers different benefits and opportunities. Find out more.