CHATBACK COMEDY’S FRIDAY NIGHT!
Friday 30th October.
Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm)
Price: £8.00/£7.00 https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/30-oct-15-chatback-comedys-friday-night–camden-head/
This regular Evening Standard and Time Out recommended show presents another tip top night of stand up comedy at Camden Comedy Club (Voted number 16 best comedy club in London by Time Out London!)
SEMI-FINALIST: So You Think You’re Funny Award
WINNER: Comedy Cafe New Act Night
★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ EdFringe Review
★★★★ The Skinny
‘Perfect Timing’ – Three Weeks
‘Loveridge’s timing is exceptional’ – Broadway Baby
‘Undeniably great…gets you doubled over laughing in seconds.’ – Hermdu.com
‘jokes and asides are self-deprecating and sharp’
– EdFringe Review
‘he entertained the crowd brilliantly’ – WhatsOnLondon
WINNER: New Act of the Year 2015
WINNER: Max Turner Prize 2015
★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals
★★★★ Three Weeks
‘perfectly encapsulated fuzzy Irish whimsy’ – Chortle
‘Clearly stood out on the night’ – Bruce Dessau
‘An undiscovered Gem.” – Angel Comedy
FINALIST: NATYS 2014
★★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★.5 The Public Reviews
★★★★ The Mirror
‘Angry, intelligent stand-up’ -Time Out
‘truly memorable and hysterical’ -Arts Award Voice
‘a commanding presence and good delivery’ -The Skinny
‘Millerick is a belter of a new comedian, well worth shouting about’ -Stage
‘A halfway house between Phil Jupitus and Stewart Lee, Millerick is a combination of some of the best British comedians in the business’ -Three Weeks
(As seen in Channel 4’s Star Stories and heard as Cocky Locky on Russell Brand’s BBC Radio 6 show)
‘Hilarious.’ – TimeOut
‘Superbly comic writing.’ – The Sunday Times
‘Truly sublime stand up.’ – London Lite
‘Funny, moving and clever.’ – The Scotsman
‘Strangely charming and absolutely entertaining.’ – The Independent
‘He has a totally unique wellspring of gags. In a different league really.’ – London Is Funny
& MORE TBC!
After sold out performances in Adelaide and a “sold-out” run on the Free Fringe in Edinburgh, Alexis Wieroniey (Comedy Knights New Comedian Finalist 2014) presents her solo stand-up comedy show about accidentally moving to England and learning to be British. It’s perfect for ex-pats, nationalists, and everyone in between.
★★★★ The Public Reviews
Tickets £8/£6 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:780
Performed on 13th, 14th, 15th August
A new show from Joe Bor, the award winning comedian and TV warm up for Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Sunday Night at The Palladium, with stories about growing up in Camden. Also featuring the critically acclaimed character Jasper Cromwell Jones, the posh climber.
Listed in the top jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe 2014 in the Daily Mirror, The Daily Mail and The Independent.
‘High gag rate, which puts many other character comics to shames” – The Guardian
“For people who like their comedy funny” – Matt Lucas
Tickets £5 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:685
Performing 11th and 12th August, 9.30pm
A show about trying to think what you think about things, worrying too much what other people think while not having anytime to think. Trying not to think negative. When do you think you feel grown up? Maybe you could think about coming to the show. What do you think?
Writer 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown
“Funny, likeable and effortless” Time Out
Tickets £6/£5 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:660
Performing 10th-13th August at 8pm
Mon 15th June. Time: 8:00pm. Tickets: £3.00 https://billetto.co.uk/en/events/jessie-cave-and-harriet-kemsley-edinburgh-previews
Presented by Laugh Out London.
From the Harry Potter films (she played Lavender Brown) and Simon Amstell’s Grandma’s House, and now proper brill comedy person whose Edinburgh show revealed the humour in a nervous breakdown. She’s also an ex-national tennis player and county swimmer. How about that?
“Confident and distinctive” Guardian
“Charming” ★★★★ The Independent
★★★★★ Three Weeks
HARRIET KEMSLEY:Puppy Fat
Award-winning idiot and quirky rising star Harriet Kemsley brings her much anticipated debut hour to the Fringe. Isn’t she brave? As seen on the BBC Three’s Comedy Marathon, BBC Radio 1’s Comedy Lounge, Funny Rotten Scoundrels on London Live and as tour support for Katherine Ryan and Stephen Merchant. ‘A very funny new stand-up’ (Time Out).
Wed 22nd April. Time: 7:30pm (Doors open 7:00pm) Tickets: £5.00
Nathan Cassidy previews his new Edinburgh Fringe show Back to the Future (part of a trilogy for 2015). It’s loosely inspired by the 1980’s movie. It turns out that Nathan has had a chance encounter with Doctor Emmett Brown , and realised there is only one thing that has actually changed over the last 30 years. And it isn’t flying cars.
…and it’s about to ruin all of our lives!
‘A great comedian. His rapport with the audience is instant and constant… Nathan Cassidy is fast becoming a firm favourite’
‘Great jokes with an easy, confident manner. Cassidy seems to have a real commitment to making intelligent shows about fun ideas’
Steve Bennett, Chortle