The Land of Nod are spreading their brand of satirical comedy across Yorkshire this autumn, with dates in Leeds, York and Ilkley.

The critically acclaimed troupe have new sketches, and a few classics, to perform at Chapel Allerton Arts Festival in Leeds on Tuesday August 27 at 8pm.

The full Nod show will also take over John Cooper Studio at 41 Monkgate in York on Sunday September 1 from 7.30pm, with a York Gin bar.

And we are very excited to open Ilkley Literature Festival Fringe on Saturday October 5 with a half-hour slot from 7pm. This gig at Church House in Ilkley is free.

Tickets for the Chapel Allerton Festival show at Seven Arts 31(a) Harrogate Road LS7 3PD are now on sale here: £8 in advance, concessions £6, and £10 on the door. Last year we sold out so get clicking!


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Abaft the beam!
Splice the mainbrace!
Prepare the pantomime cow!
The Land of Nod sets sail again at the Chapel Allerton Arts Festival at 7 Arts on Tuesday August 27, 2019, at 8pm.

“The funniest thing I have ever seen” – Rachael, 18, Leeds.

“You guys have something truly unique” – Marc, sound and light technician, Leeds.

“All comedy sketch groups should take notes from this fantastic show” – Edinburgh Fringe review.

Land of Nod sold out their live show at last year’s Chapel Allerton Arts Festival at 7 Arts, with tales of sexual deviance, ancient Greece and supermarket loyalty.