Comedy at Sub Zero presents Glenn Moore, Dan Antpoloski & Heidi Regan


Wednesday 16th February

Doors: 7.30pm | Start 8.00pm

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Welcome to our monthly new material stand-up night, where you get to see award winning comedians for a fiver.


Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Glenn Moore is a comedian, actor and one of the best and most prolific joke writers in the country.Glenn is a regular face on TV, having appeared on Mock The Week (BBC), Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) and The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2).He can be heard daily as one quarter of The Dave Berry Breakfast Show on Absolute Radio, the UK’s biggest commercial radio breakfast show.His critically-acclaimed stand-up show Glenn, Glenn, Glenn, How Do You Like It, How Do You Like It was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. He also toured the UK with his follow up hit Edinburgh show Love Don’t Live Here Glenny More.He is a staff writer on the sketch comedy show Scrambled (CITV) and has written for The Mash Report (BBC), Play To The Whistle (ITV), and Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC). He’s also known for his silly, off-beat one-liners on Twitter, which have earned him a huge following.


Dan Antopolski is an award-winning comedian and comic actor. Dan recently shot a role in feature film Paddington 2.  His previous acting and TV credits include I Live with Models (Comedy Central), Time Gentlemen Please (Sky1), feature film The Da Vinci Code, The Stand-up Show (BBC1), The World Comedy Tour (Comedy Central) and regular role, Jeffers, in Hyperdrive (BBC2). 2017 was an exciting year for Dan as a comic; he returned to the Edinburgh Festival with a brand new stand up show after a 7 year hiatus. The Return of the Dan Antopolski received fantastic reviews, including **** from The Sunday Times and The Listand a spot in The Guardian’s ‘Top 10 Jokes of the Fringe’. Dan’s radio credits also include Quote Unquote (BBC Radio 4), Stephen K Amos: Life, An Idiot’s Guide (BBC Radio 4), 7 Day Saturday with Al Murray (BBC Radio 5 Live), The Simon Day Show (BBC Radio 4), and Tim Minchin’s Strings (BBC Radio 4).