Get ready for the hilarious Christmas Cracker Comedy Night featuring The Raymond and Mr Timpkins Revue (UK Comedy Awards Comedian of the Year 2019); daughter of Burry Port Anna Thomas (BBC New Comedian of the Year 2021); the UK's foremost guitar-wielding and loop-layering stand-up comedian Rob Deering; brilliant Cardiff stand-up comedian and writer Leroy Brito; and TV and comedy festival star Jarred Christmas (Chortle Comedy Award Best Compere UK). 
Our cheeky laughter-makers will have you in stitches with their witty jokes, musical parodies and outrageous antics. Whether you're a fan of musical comedy, stand-up comedy or sketch comedy, you'll find something to tickle your funny bone at this amazing show.  
Don't miss this unique chance to get up front and very personal in our magnificent Fortuna Spiegeltent, the stunning venue for Cardiff Christmas Festival that combines glamour and charm with a touch of magic and filled with hilarity. 
Book your tickets now and get ready to roll in the aisles this Christmas! 
This event is in aid of Shelter Cymru – Registered Charity Number 515902 
Generously supported by HSBC UK 
Poor financial health is both a cause and a consequence of homelessness, which is why HSBC UK have launched a further 3-year partnership with Shelter Cymru. 
Through the Partnership, they aim to help thousands of individuals and families in Wales to build the longer-term financial resilience they need to break the vicious circle of homelessness. 
Saturday 2nd December 2023 at 8.00pm 
For one night only! 


Ticket band 
Adult Prices 
Booths (6 seats) 
£25.00 per seat 
All ticket prices exclude online booking and transaction fees. 
Booths – customers purchasing less than all 6 seats may be sharing the booth with others. 
To book groups of more than 10 people please call us on 02921 520052 or email and we will be delighted to assist you. 
Carer goes free upon proof of disability. (Find out more) 
Shelter Cymru  
We help thousands of people each year across Wales who are affected by the housing emergency by offering free, confidential and independent advice. When necessary we constructively challenge on behalf of people to ensure they are properly assisted and to improve practice and learning. 
We work with people who use our services as equals. We provide information, advice and support to help people identify the best options to prevent homelessness, to find and keep a home and to help them take control of their own lives. 
We exist to defend the right to a safe home. 
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