Tuesday 17th November. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: £4.00 https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/17-nov-15-this-is-not-a-cult–camden-head/
The Edinburgh festival is over. Comedians must begin again from scratch. Watch us scratch. Alternative new material night.
Hosted by your beloved ALEXANDER BENNETT:
‘Very funny’ – BBC
‘Warm, insane and very funny – The Guardian
‘a performer and a producer of some refreshingly different material’ – Chortle
‘‘Witty, weird and dark, the one to watch out for: at the spearhead of a wave of great new comics. All hail Alexander Bennett!’ – Harry Hill
LAUGH OUT LONDON PRESENTS: JOHN HUGHES COMEDY NIGHT
Friday 6th November. Time: 8:30pm (Doors open 8:00pm). Tickets: £5.00/£4.00 http://laughoutlondoncomedyclub.co.uk/2015/09/17/john-hughes-comedy-night-in-camden-november-6/
Continuing our run of very silly experimental comedy nights, described as “totally stupid and so much fun” by Time Out, Laugh Out London proudly presents presents: Sixteen Breakfasts, an unofficial tribute to John Hughes.
Laugh Out London present a live performance of a brand new film from a screenwriter Ron Hughes* who claims to be John’s nephew. Ron has written an original piece with some familiar themes and recognisable characters.
Expect stroppy teenagers, wise-ass uncles and paint-cans falling from the top of the stairs on string.
Matthew Highton: “Highton has the storyteller’s gift”- **** Chortle
Joz Norris: “Norris is uber-confident, but he has the material to back up his tenacity” – Time Out
Marny Godden: “fantastically realised slice of surreal character comedy” – **** Broadway Baby
Matt Tedford: Star of Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho
Ali Brice: “Joyously bonkers … the perfect level of exaggerated oddness” – **** Chortle
Ally Sheedy** and many more.
Tickets coming soon. Don’t you forget about them
Ron Hughes may or may not be Weirdos Comedy club writer Adam Larter.
*Ally Sheedy might not be performing
Hosted by your beloved Alexander Bennett. Line up TBC.
Tuesday 2nd June. Time: 8:00pm. Tickets: Buy on the door!
Beings of a higher place reduce themselves to performing to you. New material from golden girls (and boys).
Hosted by Your Beloved ALEXANDER BENNETT
“Warm, insane and very funny” Steven Appleby, The Guardian
“Hitting new heights of comedic brilliance” TimeOut
“So funny i put him in my tv show” Steve Coogan
“Sarah Bennetto is a storyteller par excellence” TimeOut
“Naturally Funny” The Skinny
“Remarkably versatile… impressive” Broadway Baby
“Like a sort of grubby Mr Bean” Chortle
“Comedy magic” The Scotsman
“Very well-written, quirky” Beyond The Joke
Leicester Square New Act Of The Year finalist
Plus ANDY BARR
Fri 6th March. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: £5/£3
Laugh Out London is up to it’s old tricks again on Friday March 6 at Camden Comedy club with 90s TV night!
A selection of the best acts on the alternative comedy circuit will be performing bespoke sets and reconstructions of their favourite TV shows from the 1990s. Best of all it’s all held together by none other than Neil Buchanan*!
Expect Art Attacks, Robots at War, Keegan and Kel, The Crystal Amaze, 2.6 Children, Get Your Arm Back, Changing Wombs, Noel’s House Panty and many more / fewer / none of the above.
Acts confirmed so far…
Ali Brice: “Joyously bonkers… the perfect level of exaggerated oddness” **** Chortle
Adam Larter: “the sheer volume of his daft ideas is stunning . . a very disorganised genius” – The Skinny
Mark Stephenson: “Refreshingly nonchalant, deadpan charm. He’s definitely a talent to watch” – **** Time Out
Sad Faces: “Not to be missed” – ***** Three Weeks
Brydie Lee-Kennedy: “Far smarter and more fun that a barrel of Aladdin’s monkeys” – **** The Scotsman
Joz Norris: “Exoskeletoned twat” – Chortle
Matthew Winning: “Fine and distinctive one-liners in his set, with strange points of reference and clever exposition……an inventive writer” – Chortle
Marny Godden: “particular versatility and had a core of stillness in the mayhem” – Chortle
Michael Brunström: Malcolm Hardee Award nominee for Comic Originality 2014
Darren Maskell: “Kafka-inspired” – Chortle