Aug 22nd-25th @ 6.30pm.
After years of building their careers in their native land, two of Ireland’s top stand ups have upped sticks and moved to the UK. What were they thinking?
Work in progress.
“Compelling storyteller, truly surprising, beautifully delivered” THE SCOTSMAN on Chris Kent
“A touch of whimsy while grounded in astute observation” CHORTLE on Eleanor Tiernan
Aug 26th-28th @ 6.30pm (+ extra 8pm show on the 28th).
Bring your laughing faces to this. It’s tricky to contain a gobby, aggressive inner self, watch the battle commence with hilarious consequences, with the charm of a rusty mousetrap.
“If you’re a TV executive, drop what you’re doing and go see her now” The Skinny
“Fun and original… self-assured, likable and, crucially, funny” – Broadway Baby
Aug 25th, 27th, 28th @ 9.30pm.
Following on from his sell-out shows at Buxton, Brighton & Leicester festivals award winning Amadeus Martin takes you on a journey of farce-paced anecdotes, quirky observations and silliness. Amadeus may occasionally be obscene, so if you are easily offended, be sure to come along.
Aug 23rd-27th @ 8pm.
As seen on Play to the Whistle (ITV), @Elevenish (ITV2), Too Much TV (BBC2), I’m A Celeb Get Me Out of Here Now! (ITV2), and The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Funmbi Omotayo brings his brand new work in progress show to Camden Comedy Club.
“A charming young comic…he’s got the jokes to back up his charm. Soon, he could be playing to thousands” Time Out
Aug 19th & 26th @ 9.30pm.
It’s Happy Hour Again! Where the comedy’s cheap but the drinks aren’t. Camberwell’s primo Comedy Club comes to Camden, lighting it up like a Camberwell Carrot™ – bringing laughs and giddiness in double measures. Mixing metaphors like two birds and a rolling stone gathering no moss. 3 comics and a token compere joke about life, politics and nonsense.
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Aug 19th-22nd @ 8pm.
Brighton’s improvised comedy favourites present an impromptu detective drama complete with colourful characters & puzzling plot. This spontaneous take on the classic TV ‘whodunnit?’ sees a new episode created onstage each night by a group with a 10 year history of inventive, raucously funny shows.
“Classic comedy gold” 5/5 Latest7
Aug 20th-24th @ 9.30pm.
Want to spice up your love life? Not sure what ‘S&M’ stands for? Fifty Shades of Grey made you angry and confused? Never fear!
Comedian Ros Ballinger is here to guide you through the strange, wonderful world of beginner’s BDSM. Spanking etiquette, dirty talk pitfalls, doms to avoid – no subject is off limits. Except PVC. She’s not into that.
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Aug 15th-18th @ 9.30pm.
Jake Howie is searching for his holy truth. Join the 2015 Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year as he searches through dilemmas and dates to discover his hilarious destiny. When you’re searching for the truth, you’re bound to find holes.
“This funny bone owned the audience!” – SQWZL.com
“Jake is ten comedians in one man!” – Sara Pascoe
Aug 16th-18th @ 6.30pm.
Juliet Meyers (Writer on Sarah Millican TV Prog and 8/10 Cats)
and her Portuguese rescue dog have issues. This is a stand up/storytelling show about unconditional love, anxiety, peeing on things and being a wolf
The actual dog might be there (He doesn’t like being left.)
‘Devilish…on the edge’ **** (Scotsman) ‘Laugh-out loud funny’ **** (Chortle)
Aug 19th-21st @ 6.30pm.
Straight from London’s comedy duo ‘Carroll and Hodgson!’; Paul brings his absurd and often downright nasty characters to life in this one hour spurt of bad language, bad dancing and sometimes bad hair.
Written by Paul Carroll & Trudy Hodgson.
Directed by Trudy Hodgson.