Comedy Central At The Comedy Store. Copyright: Open Mike Productions.

Comedy Central At The Comedy Store

Comedy Central stand-up series filmed at The Comedy Store. 84 episodes (5 series), 2010 - 2018.

Series 3

Comedy Central At The Comedy Store. Nathan Caton. Copyright: Open Mike Productions.

1. Episode One

First broadcast: Friday 24th October 2014

Chris Ramsey talks public transport; Nathan Caton is paranoid; Jen Brister's Spanish mum has some quirks; and Henry Paker's girlfriend is 'complex'.


2. Episode Two

First broadcast: Friday 31st October 2014

Mark Watson gets IDed, James Acaster shares a bed with his best mate, Sara Pascoe talks Holy Communion, and Lloyd Langford crashes everything he tries to drive!


3. Episode Three

First broadcast: Friday 7th November 2014

Jarred Christmas explains why December is the best month, Suzi Ruffell has a party house, Carl Donnelly is suspicious of animals, and Nish Kumar is 'mysterious'.


4. Episode Four

First broadcast: Friday 14th November 2014

Shappi Khorsandi wants the best for her son, Gary Delaney is all about the one-liners, Dane Baptiste praises smoking, and Andy Askins is a family man.


5. Episode Five

First broadcast: Friday 21st November 2014

Charlie Baker takes up dancing, Luisa Omielan isn't happy with the rules of dating, Ola gives judgement on wi-fi networks, and Matt Forde does impressions.


6. Episode Six

First broadcast: Friday 28th November 2014

Tonight at the legendary Comedy Store; Justin Moorhouse likes Australia (mostly), Holly Walsh is prudish about sex, Mark Olver is jealous of the young folk, and Brett Goldstein talks internet porn.


7. Episode Seven

First broadcast: Friday 5th December 2014

Ivo Graham reminisces about his first kiss, Shappi Khorsandi talks Pippa Middleton's bum, Funmbi Omotayo has a travelcard, and Andrew Ryan's mammy is hard work.


8. Episode Eight

First broadcast: Friday 12th December 2014

Bobby Mair knows how to get super powers, Carl Donnelly doesn't have time for the good old days, Holly Walsh never farts, and John Robins is getting old!


9. Episode Nine

First broadcast: Friday 19th December 2014

Tonight at the legendary Comedy Store; Marlon Davies wants groupies, Geoff Norcott thinks racists are an endangered species, Angela Barnes does internet dating, and Ola talks scam advertising.


10. Episode Ten

First broadcast: Friday 9th January 2015

Nathan Caton deals with rudeness, Jarred Christmas loves an English turn of phrase, Andy Askins has one-liners galore, and Andrew Lawrence calls in sick.


11. Episode Eleven

First broadcast: Friday 16th January 2015

Andrew Ryan is not too impressed with marriage, Angela Barnes has too many ailments, Peter White became fat in a day, and Funmbi Omotayo talks the Olympics.


12. Episode Twelve

First broadcast: Friday 23rd January 2015

James Acaster is excellent at 'competitive yoga', Sara Pascoe is scared of spiders, Brett Goldstein is agitated by Kevin Bacon, and Mark Watson likes a drink.


13. Episode Thirteen

First broadcast: Saturday 31st January 2015

Andrew Lawrence tries to look after himself, Jen Brister tells you how to spot a lesbian, Geoff Norcott talks stag dos, and Mick Ferry is partial to the odd drink.


14. Episode Fourteen

First broadcast: Saturday 7th February 2015

Henry Paker is going bald, Charlie Baker thinks back to his hormonal school days, Suzi Ruffell is dealing with a break-up, and Justin Moorhouse deals with grumpy owls.


15. Episode Fifteen

First broadcast: Saturday 14th February 2015

Gary Delaney hits us with one-liners, Peter White deals with homophobia, Liam Williams tells us his life story, and Lucy Beaumont makes mistakes.


16. Episode Sixteen

First broadcast: Saturday 21st February 2015

Tonight at the Comedy Store: Nish Kumar is ethnically diverse; Bobby Mair meets a dwarf drug-dealer; John Robins researches the vajazzle; and Chris Ramsey talks about Twitter.


17. Episode Seventeen

First broadcast: Saturday 28th February 2015

Tom Wrigglesworth meets some rather posh folk, Paul Thorne's eyebrows are taking over, Lucy Beaumont has a trick, and Jeff Innocent looks a bit dodgy.


18. Episode Eighteen

First broadcast: Saturday 7th March 2015

Mick Ferry has been accidentally racist, Mark Olver talks the West Country accent, Nick Dixon is omnipotent, and Zoe Lyons isn't one for dinner parties.


19. Episode Nineteen

First broadcast: Saturday 14th March 2015

Lloyd Langford tells the tale of a Welshman and a shark, Ben Norris has triplets, Matt Forde talks politics, and Tom Wrigglesworth steals from supermarkets.


20. Episode Twenty

First broadcast: Saturday 21st March 2015

Zoe Lyons is partial to wine; Nick Dixon has been dating; Dane Baptiste has no time for '90s kids; and Ivo Graham has been given the second worst compliment.