Edinburgh previews

Stand Up for the Shop

1 & 2 July

1st July Danny Ward and Charlie Baker

2nd July Paul McCaffrey and Sally Hayward


Please note this line-up may be subject to change at short notice





Charlie Baker’s versatile talents as a stand-up comedian, actor, and highly acclaimed jazz-singer has seen him have sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Festival with his hit shows Baker’s Dozen (2013), Just The One (2015) and The Hit Polisher (2017) which he then toured around the UK.

‘A superior take on the modern showman’ - The Guardian  

With a delivery and use of language that is uniquely his own, Danny Ward has been delighting audiences both at home and abroad for over a decade with performances in over 16 countries and six solo shows at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. He was also the winner of the coveted 2013 Amused Moose Peoples Champion Award for best show.

Slick, quick, and packed with funny material ☆☆☆☆— 3 Weeks Magazine

Paul MacCaffrey, star of Live at the Apollo, Impractical Jokers (BBC 3), Russell Howard’s Good News and Stand up Central,  is one of the most in demand acts on the UK circuit  today and has recently supported the likes of Sean Lock, Kevin Bridges and Michael Mcintyre on tour 

"McCaffrey is going to make it big any day now, grab your chance to say 'I saw him when'" The Scotsman

Sally-Anne Hayward is a stalwart of the comedy circuit and has performed stand up comedy in all five continents of the world. She has been described by The Independent as “Exceptionally funny”

“It's easy to imagine Hayward at the O2." The Skinny

RUNNING TIME  105 mins (inc interval)




TICKETS Adult £10 


​TIME 7.30pm 


Group bookings: A free ticket for every 10 seats booked in one go for an individual show.

Unit 5 Queens Square Clevedon BS21 6HX

Theatre Shop is in the pedestrianised square behind B&M Bargains, tucked between Superdrug and Boots.

We recommend parking in B&M Bargains car park and  walking across Queens Square where you'll find Theatre Shop.


Theatre Orchard and Living Spit met in 2012. Their eyes locked across a crowded room and they decided to get together and turn an empty shop into a theatre.

They named their bundle of joy “Theatre Shop”. It’s 5 years old this year and is now run by The Theatre Shop CIC, a brand new not-for-profit company.