The autumn line-up for a North Wales theatre is set to raise plenty of smiles.

Comedy clubs at Theatr Clwyd, in Mold, have always been a favourite amongst regulars, and next seasons line-up will not disappoint.

Taking place on the first Sunday of every month, these intimate events allow the audience to see some of the circuit's best comedians for just £10.

September's event will feature Harriet Dyer (BBC Radio 4), Eddy Brimson, Jack Campbell & Markus Birdman.

October brings Pete Otway, Harry Stachini, Hannah Platt & Glenn Wool (The Stand Up Show).

Horse Country.

Horse Country.

November's Comedy Club stars Dave Thompson (Harry Hill's TV Burp! and Tinky Winky from Teletubbies), Rahul Kohli & Bethany Black.

And finally, December's Comedy Club brings Alex Boardman (8 Out of 10 Cats writer), Lou Conran (BBC Radio 4), Tom Little and Andrew Bird (Rhod Gilbert support).

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Canadian comedy legend Tom Stade brings his show The High Road (Sept 17) going where others dare not tread. During these turbulent times, Tom has been flying by the seat of his pants and trying to remember what was important before responsibility and fear got in the way. Join him, on a no-holds-barred trip as he tackles all manner of gritty issues.

Some of Wales' best comedians will also be visiting the venue this autumn.

Jason Byrne - Unblocked.

Jason Byrne - Unblocked.

Theatr Clwyd regular, BBC award-winning writer/performer and two-time Fringe First winner, Shôn Dale-Jones returns with his new show Still Floating (Oct 4/5). A story about love, resilience and laughing at the things that should make us cry. This is a funny, uplifting and moving story, making the real and unreal fit together in one surprising whole.

Newport-based theatre company Flying Bridge bring comedy show Horse Country (Oct 14/15). Fans of The Play That Goes Wrong might enjoy this piece as it has the same director, Mark Bell. Described as "Abbott and Costello on acid" and "see this if you like Waiting For Godot but want more chaos", the show introduces us to Sam and Bob. Two buffoons, drinking bourbon and playing cards, casually dissecting capitalism, sea-lions, western culture, fishing and genocide! As Sam and Bob hunt the elusive nine of diamonds, what follows is as hilarious as it is menacing.

Anglesey resident Kiri Pritchard-McLean brings her new stand up show Home Truths (Oct 30). You may have seen her on shows such as Have I Got News For You?, Live at the Apollo and 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown. Expect jokes about skinny jeans, learning Welsh and white supremacy - something for everyone.

Shôn Dale-Jones - Still Floating.

Shôn Dale-Jones - Still Floating.

BAFTA award-winner, Tudur Owen brings his Welsh Language show Go Brin (Nov 23). Following a crazy couple of years, the world, and Wales has changed forever. Tudur has been trying to make sense of it all, do we all need to be lazier? Will England ever be independent and should the language police wear uniforms? Does he have some answers? Go Brin (Doubtful).

Journalist turned actor and playwright Osman Baig brings his show Fake News (Nov 25/26), a sell-out one-man show at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe, listed as a 'must-see' by The Guardian and Telegraph. A budding journalist lands a dream internship at the country's biggest online news organisation. There, he stumbles on an earth-shattering story and decides to click publish. There's just one problem: it's completely untrue.

There is comedy over at Wrexham's William Aston Hall this season too, as Jason Byrne brings his show Unblocked (Nov 26). Byrne has not only had his heart unblocked and been given a new lease of life, but his whole career has been unblocked too! The constipation of Covid has been cleared, live entertainment has been colonically irrigated and readied up for us all. The bans from social media platforms have been lifted and Jason is back dishing up platters of fun to everyone.

• For more details or to book, visit or or call the box office on 01352 344101. Comedy Club line-ups can be subject to change. Please check the website for more information.