Old Jewish Jokes’ tells the story of a modern Jewish comedian invited to perform at a synagogue benefit function, but upon arrival at the venue for the show, he is given a shopping list of subjects he mustn’t joke about.
In Old Jewish Jokes’ we enjoy the predicament of an ethnic comedian being censored by his own community. Its a fun, revealing and truthful story which also provides an excellent opportunity to hear once again some of the world’s favourite old Jewish Jokes.
Australian comedians Daniel Muggleton & Adam Vincent are both previewing their 2018 Edinburgh Fringe festival shows at Camden Comedy Club.
Daniel Muggleton has just moved to London, and is in for a big year after releasing his debut album ‘Let Me Finish’ in 2017 with Comedy Dynamics. One of Australia’s rising stars whose blunt and honest stand-up is a breath of fresh air for audiences worldwide. “His observations stay just this side of affectionate” – Broadway Baby
Adam Vincent is a veteran of the UK circuit and suburban father of two. His 2017 Edinburgh Fringe show ‘How To Not Kill Yourself When Living in the Suburbs’ sold out its entire run. Off-stage, he’s a writer for The Last Leg with Adam Hills. “One of those rare comedians who makes it look so easy” – The Age
Catch both 45 minute previews Friday May 4th at Camden Comedy Club. 8pm!
Ian Smith (BBC3’s Sweat the Small Stuff, BBC1’s The Ark) and Jonny Pelham *(as seen on Russell Howard’s Stand up Central and Live from the BBC) *are back with some of their best and newest jokes. They might even bring friends.
JONNY PELHAM Jonny Pelham (as seen on Russell Howard’s Stand up Central and soon to be see on Live from the BBC) ★★★★ Chortle ★★★★ The Sunday Times ★★★★ The Scotsman “The laughs are explosive” Chortle
IAN SMITH Ian Smith (BBC3’s Sweat the Small Stuff, BBC1’s The Ark) is an award-winning comedian. Amused Moose Comedy Award Nominee 2015. ★★★★★ Three Weeks ★★★★★ The Mirror ★★★★ The Skinny ★★★★ Metro “Proper star quality” The Guardian
A selection of comedians perform their brand new material, with award-winning Diane Spencer steering the ship!
Stand up comedian Diane Spencer’s new show contains more of her dark, delightful storytelling and you’re invited to a work-in-progress night where she will trial new material without a safety net. With 7 hit stand-up shows on YouTube, and multiple 4/5 star reviews, Diane Spencer’s mix of personal experiences and unflinching honesty make for a brilliant hour of polished comedy.
Come and watch this brand new rough gem. Special guest to be announced – please visit Camden Comedy Club website for more information.
New York Comedian Abigoliah Schamaun (as seen on Comedy Central) hosts London’s best comics doing new material. Come see TV and Radio names try, and make you laugh. Try and fail. But mostly try and make you laugh. £3
* Lineups subject to change.
Sean Mcloughin (Ricky Gervais Tour Support)
Joe Sutherland (Ellie Taylor Tour Support)
Alfie Brown (Brexit Stage Left, Viceland)
Jessica Fostekew (GUILTY FEMINIST PODCAST)
A series of work-in-progress shows featuring acts from top comedy agency CKP. This month we’ve gotStephen Bailey and Norris & Parker.
NORRIS & PARKER The Guardian’s Top Ten Comedy of 2016 ★★★★ The Telegraph –“it calls to mind Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s BBC Three hit Fleabag. There can be no bigger compliment.” ★★★★ The Guardian – “a bedrock of fine, funny writing and skilful comic performance.”
A series of work-in-progress shows featuring acts from top comedy agency CKP. This month we’ve got Darren Harriott and Tom Ward!
DARREN HARRIOTT Nominee: Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer 2017 ★★★★ Evening Standard – “Passionate, articulate, witty.” ★★★★ The Sunday Times – “This sharp debut explores his many contradictions with primetime warmth. Watch him.” Guardian Recommended Show 2017
TOM WARD Chortle Award winner 2017 – Best Newcomer “Equal parts hilarious and bizarre…One of the most impressive, distinctive newish acts around” (Bruce Dessau – Beyond The Joke) “Unique, unpredictable, and able to carry off jokes about the oddest of things…Definitely someone to look out for.” (London is Funny) “Fine writing, evoking silly images and ideas, combines with a distinctive look to make him memorable.” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
A new series of stand-up shows from the people behind critically acclaimed The Rat Pack stand-up comedy. We present the best comedians in distinct and inspiring shows at one of London’s best comedy venues, the Camden Comedy Club. A new line up every Friday night.
Time Out Critics Choice‘Classy stand-up show. Laid-back, cheesy, joyful fun and a wonderfully friendly vibe’ Time Out
Award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy’s explosive new show. Ex-banker Cassidy exposes the secrets behind the 2008 financial crash. It was all down to him. If he did it.
‘Such a safe pair of hands… here he ambitiously suggests he might have been responsible for the 2008 financial crash. There’s a smart mischief to the material, while his piercingly sarcastic jibes at better-paid entertainers have a touch of the Stewart Lee to them’ Chortle Oct 2017