Character comedian Bryony Twydle star of BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama, 2016 Leicester Square Theatre Sketch Off Winner and one of Funny Women’s ‘One to Watch 2017′, hosts her monthly night at Camden Comedy Club accompanied by a selection of her funniest comedy pals. Come check out some of the best sketch and character acts on the circuit (with the occasional stand-up thrown in) for only a fiver. New line up every month.
‘Sharp comic timing’ ViewfromtheGods ★★★★★ ‘One to watch for the future’ ReviewsHub ★★★★ 


Tickets: £5/£3

JESSICA FOSTEKEW (The Guilty Feminist, Motherland BBC2 and The Comedy Club BBC 4 Extra) presents three of her favourite acts doing extended sets of new material. Some of them will be doing 20 mins, some might be doing their whole new show!

LAURA LEXX s heard on Absolute Radio, BBC 4 Extra

“Real comedic steel” The Guardian


SARA BARRON host of ‘The Moth’ and “This American Life” and at the HBO Comedy Festival


One night. Two shows.

SARA BARRON: FOR WORSE (work in progress) ‘Queen of New York’s live storytelling scene” (Jon Ronson) and host of U.S. storytelling show, The Moth, Sara Barron’s debut standup hour skewers her husband, her child, Whats App, herself, and, notably, a tweenage sex script she wrote way back in 1992.

“Darkly humorous; smart; acerbic” – Bust Magazine

LOU SANDERS: SHAME PIG Yes big topics are discussed (her labia for one), but also shame, sobriety and unrequested sex. Sanders has been a mucky little pig and now she’s rolling around in her own filth for your delight.

QUOTES ★★★★ TimeOut ★★★★ The Scotsman ★★★★ Fest ★★★★ British Comedy Guide ★★★★ 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

NATHAN CASSIDY: If I caused the financial crash of 2008 (preview)


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

ABIGOLIAH SCHAMAUN: Do You Know Who I Think I Am?!


She’s a myriad of paradoxes. A hardcore yoga bunny with surprisingly squishy thighs. A boring heteronormative disguised as a luscious lady lover. She grew up in the conservative Mid-West of America to become a uber-liberal London based comic. Nothing is what it seems and nothing is off limits in the hour of stand-up comedy. Abigoliah has come up with the solution for the gun problem in the US and will tell you the secret of how to maintain confidence in any situation. Funny and surprising. It’s like spending an evening in a pub with a new best mate. So come, grab a pint and let’s laugh together at the absurdities of the world.

★★★★ “She could sit in silence and still receive a standing ovation.” – The Wee Review

★★★★ “Confident and brilliantly funny with a knack for a turn of phrase that turns the simplest comment into a solid laugh”- Broadway Baby


TICKETS: £5.00

Stand-up comedy: poetry’s idiot relation, right? Performance poetry: comedy’s boring cousin, yes? Let’s find out.

Six phenomenal acts go head to head for your approval as poetry and comedy collide with unexpected and hilarious results! Our resident team captains are joined by the most exciting comedy and poetry acts from around the UK. We’re mashing up the two art forms in an epic battle of spoken word. Who wins? You decide…

Press: ★★★★★ The Latest ★★★★★ The Argus ★★★★★ The Public Reviews ★★★★ Three Weeks Magazine ★★★★ Ed Fest Mag Fringe Review – Highly Recommended Show ‘witty, fast paced, and most importantly funny.’ – Fringe Review ‘This is a great show, showcasing some real talent.’ – Three Weeks ‘edgy, energetic comedy at its best. Far funnier than your average prime-time fare’ Sunday Express ‘The crowd were in stitches, their roars delivered a 1-0 victory for poetry over stand-up and my preconceptions were suitably challenged.’ – Mashable UK ‘The result – well, it was decided by audience participation. But it didn’t really matter – the audience were the winners.’ – The Reviews Hub