Comedy in the Park is coming to Gloucester this summer 2022

While Comedy in the Park is set to be the biggest comedy event Gloucester has ever hosted – with the likes of John Bishop, Russell Kane, Nish Kumar, Ed Gamble and more all taking to the stage - comedy fans will now have to wait until 2022.

Comedy in the Park is coming to Gloucester on to Saturday 11 June 2022 and although it is rescheduled for a year remains to be one of the biggest comedy events ever held in Gloucestershire.

Taking place at Gloucester Park in the summer of 2022, the live event will be hosted by Paul Smith, who will be joined by seven of the UK’s favourite comedians including John Bishop, Russell Kane, Ed Gamble, Nish Kumar, Fern Brady and Desiree Burch for the ‘night of side-splitting laughter.’

By Maddy Richards


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Friday 18 June 2021

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