Brilliant stand-up comedy from optimistic Welshman Steffan Alun, talking about volcano islands, low-quality friends, and other people’s children.
The Bubble is the brand-new show from Welsh comedian Steffan Alun, star of BBC Sesh, BBC Radio Wales, S4C, and repeated Edinburgh Fringe sell-out (in more ways than one), now taking over the Cabaret space at Wales Millennium Centre.
This hilarious new hour explores one bisexual man's journey through whether to bring a child into the world, how to relate to other people's kids when you don't – and can you bring a child into the world with all these volcanoes lying around?
It's a generous, whimsical and life-affirming show about making your own bubble, who can burst them, and what to do when your bubble sits in the shadow of the impending apocalypse. Just another normal night of comedy really.
With support from Cerys Bradley.
"My face hurt from laughing"
Start time: 8.30pm, doors 8pm
Warnings: Strong language.
Doors open 30 minutes before the performance starts, giving you plenty of time to find a table, catch up with friends and grab a drink via our app ordering service.
Seating is unreserved.
We advise larger groups to arrive early so you can find seats together.
If the show is sold out, you may need to share a table.