Simon Brodkin, Reginald D Hunter, Milton Jones, Henning Wehn and Milton Jones at Cambridge Comedy Festival

PUBLISHED: 10:56 06 June 2018

Simon Brodkin is at Cambridge Comedy Festival

Simon Brodkin is at Cambridge Comedy Festival


Simon Brodkin, (aka Lee Nelson) the comedian and prankster who handed Theresa May a P45 as she coughed through her speech at the Conservative Party Conference, is among the top names at this year’s Cambridge Comedy Festival at Cambridge Junction from July 18-21.

Other big acts include Reginald D Hunter, Milton Jones, Josh Widdecombe and Henning Wehn.

Brodkin’s show, called Simon Brodkin is Not Lee Nelson, is on July 18, when he will perform, not as the character Lee but as himself. The other four will each headline a show with four acts with Milton Jones on July 18, Widdicombe on July 19, Reginald D on July 20 and Henning Wehn on July 21.
Other comics included in this year’s festival are Zoe Lyons, Adam Buxton, Griff Rees Jones, Simon Evans and There is a Comedy Club for Kids.

For the full programme and tickets see or call 01223 511511. The Junction is in Clifton Way Cambridge. CB1 7GX.


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