DINNER AND A MOVIE WITH GENRE CLAUDE VAN DAMME
Thursday 26th November. Time: 8:00pm (Door open 7:30pm) Tickets: Free! https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/26-nov-15-dinner-and-a-movie-with-genre-claude-van-damme-camden-head/
Share some of your best worst dating stories to inspire something even more embarrassing – long form improv.
And after that The Movie! Never-before-seen movies created from audience suggestions that span every era, every style, and every genre, but never with 3D glasses.
DINNER & A MOVIE WITH GENRE CLAD VAN DAMME
Thursday 29th October.
Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm)
Share some of your best worst dating stories to inspire something even more embarrassing – long form improv. And after that – The Movie! Never-before-seen movies created from audience suggestions that span every era, every style, and every genre, but never with 3D glasses.
Tuesday 27th October
Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm)
Price: £4 Reserve via @_theratpack
Improvised stand-up comedy from top comedians!
A new show from the people behind critically acclaimed The Rat Pack stand-up comedy where top stand-up comedians improvise sets and take audience suggestions as to what comes next, as the Rat Pack said, Anything Goes! Tickets will be £4 and can reserve via twitter @_theratpack
Hosted by NATHAN CASSIDY
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee/Best Show Winner Buxton Fringe 2014 and Nominee 2015
‘Gloriously entertaining’ Chortle
‘Infectiously energetic’ Metro 2015
★★★★ ‘A great comedian’ Broadway Baby
★★★★ ‘Animated and funny, genuine and extremely likeable’ Mumble Comedy 2015
★★★★ ‘A sharp wit. The pessimism of Jack Dee mixed with the deadpan aggression of Denis Leary’ Broadway Baby
‘Superbly comic writing.’ The Sunday Times
‘Strangely charming and absolutely entertaining.’ The Independent
WINNER: Amused Moose Laugh Off
‘A superior act. Mills is an archduke of comedy with the emphasis on ‘arch’. Chortle
‘David Mills is a class act. His jokes are beautifully crafted, sparklinglittle missiles loaded with wit.’ The Scotsman
‘Darkly funny, bristling with sharp-tongued satire and incisive wit.’ Fest
and more tbc…
Infusing TV familiarity with the buzz of live, spontaneous comedy, Off the Cuff: Primetime brings an hour of
entertainment that neatly solves a conundrum as old as the gogglebox itself: whether to veg in front of the telly or do
yourself a favour and get out more.
This hour of programming promises a snappy sketch show, up-to-the-minute news
bulletins and an episode of the improvised TV detective series Crime and Funishment – an impromptu take on
everyone’s favourite not-so-guilty pleasure, the classic TV “whodunit?”
“Fast thinking and skilful…entertainment to make you feel a part of one big, strange family” MadeInCamden.net
“The applause threatened to bring the roof down” 4.5/5 Fringe Guru
“Hilarious, intelligently delivered and well put together.” 5/5 Latest 7
Tickets £9/£7.50 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:812
Performed 18th-22nd August at 6.30pm
The Chandeliers bring their rip roaring, successful comedy, CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation to the Camden Fringe.
Welcome to the most gripping murder mystery of them all. No one knows who the killer is; not even the cast!
CSI is a rip roaring crime comedy made up entirely on the spot.
Someone’s kicked the bucket.
But who, what and how? The choice is yours.
Help us identify the victim and what caused their grizzly death. Then sit back, relax and pay attention as a world of dearest friends and closest enemies takes shape around you.
Could one of them be – dum dum dummm – a murderer?
Partner with our detective to sniff out the guilty, grill suspects in a line up and ask ANY questions you like in this fully improvised, witty and absurd murder mystery.
Ultimately, you decide who’s off to the clanger.
“A creative idea….truly funny” ****Remote Goat
Tickets £8 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:835
Performing 9.30pm 16th-21st August
Tues 11th March. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: £5.00 http://www.wegottickets.com/event/303900
COMEDY PICK IN METRO & EVENING STANDARD!
The next in our season of intimate, playful Stand Up & Slam special shows at Camden Comedy Club! This is Stand Up & Slam with a twist! Every month we’ll introduce a new act or host, play a new game and just generally shake it all up a bit.
But the main point of the show remains the same. Performance poetry: comedy’s boring cousin, right? Stand up: poetry’s idiot relation, yes? Let’s find out.We’re mashing up the two art forms for one night of spoken word: Stand Up & Slam! Six phenomenal acts from the worlds of comedy and poetry go face-to-face for your approval in a killer night of Stand-Up VS Performance Poetry.
With your resident Team Captains plus:
(Roundhouse Poet, Hammer & Tongue)
(Presenter: ComComedy Podcast, ‘A fine joke-smith’ Evening Standard, ‘A supremely talented stand-up’ Time Out)
& more TBA!
Sun 15th March. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: £5.00
“This One Time” is a comedy show where a specially assembled selection, of some of London’s best improvisers, use monologues, poems and music as the basis for scenes, with very special guest monologists each month. This month features enormously talented guest improvisers from the acclaimed UCB theatre in Los Angeles and legendary Baby Wants Candy in Chicago.
Sun 29th March. 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: FREE!
Improv power quartet King Me present a furiously funny night of some of London’s best up-and-coming comedic performers creating art on the spot. Presented by improv company C3?
Mon 16th Feb 2015. 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: £5 https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/16-feb-15-yada-yada-k–camden-head/
Another month of our regular improv show *Yada Yada* K from collective C3Something. Featuring tip top improvisers, special guests plus more. Don’t forget the audience jam!
*C3? Presents Genre Claude Van Damme: The Improvised Movie Database*
Genre Claude Van Damme will improvise a movie from casting to credits right before you very eyes. Watch them simulate film making techniques like camera angles and editing live on stage and on the fly to produce a never seen before and never to be seen again performance.
Also featuring “This One Time…”, some of our favourite improvisers in London creating comedy inspired by audience stories and a special guest monologist.
Thurs 29th Jan. 8:00pm. Tickets: £5.
“This one time” is a comedy show where a specially assembled selection of some of London’s best improvisers use monologues, poets and musicians as the basis for scenes. With very special guest monologists each month. We also invite members of the audience to share stories if they have a burning desire to tell one.