After the year we’ve had, a heady hit of comedy sounds like the perfect way to ease into the brighter summer months – and we’ve got just the thing to leave you smiling.

A fan favourite in our annual calendar, join us for an evening of comedy as we introduce you to some of the finest stand-up talent currently working the UK comedy circuit.

Housed in the beautifully ornate Alhambra Theatre and compered by Thanyia Moore, a trio of unmissable acts will be on hand to tickle your funny bones, including New Yorker Janine Harouni, award-winning Bristolian Jayde Adams and headliner Tez Ilyas, rounding out the evening with a sure-to-be-hilarious set of brand new material.

The best part? There won’t be a Zoom screen in sight!

To book for this event you’ll be taken through to the Bradford Theatres website. Please note that the £2 booking fee will be deducted at the point at sale.

About The Comedians

Tez Ilyas

Tez Ilyas is one of the most celebrated stars in British Comedy. Following three critically acclaimed shows, he has appeared on Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, Man Like Mobeen, The Last Leg, among many others, and has written his own scripted project Bounty for Channel 4. Tez’s hotly anticipated debut novel, The Secret Diary of a British Muslim Aged 13 3/4, a teenage memoir, was released last year. 

Jayde Adams

Award-winning comedian and proud Bristolian Jayde Adams is an uncut gem; a force of nature; dangerous and unafraid; the future.. it’s safe to say that when Dawn French says “Jayde Adams is the 3rd funniest woman in the world. Fact,” she might just be onto something.

Janine Harouni

New York born Janine is an award winning comedian. Her debut show Stand up with Janine Harouni (Please Remain Seated) was nominated for Best Newcomer at Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2019 and won both the BBC New Comedy Award 2019 and Amused Moose Comedy Award 2019.

About The Host

Thanyia Moore

Thanyia is an actress, comedian, writer and presenter from London. Her TV credits include Mock The Week, Funny Festival Live, Bamous and The Dog Ate My Homework. She is also the 2017 winner of the prestigious Funny Women Competition.