Comedy Fundraiser for the Elm Village Urban Growth Programme

Tuesday 22nd October. 

Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm)

Tickets: Pay What You Want/Generous Donations

Urban Growth is a practical and therapeutic work-based recovery programme based in Camden Town and run by the charity, “Jobs in Mind” (St James’s House). Sadly, its site was vandalised in September, leaving plants and structures destroyed. “Laugh Allotment” hopes to raise money to help cover costs of the damage, as well as raise awareness of this fantastic charity and programme. Entry is free, but please give generously on the night for this important cause.

Abigoliah Schamaun (BBC Radio4)*
Sarah Bennetto (Dara O’Briain’s School of Hard Sums)
John Henry Falle (Fosters Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee Edinburgh Fringe 2015)
Kirsty Doody (Comedy Store Guest Player) & Jess Robinson (BBC2’s Dead Ringers)
Karen Sherrard / Esme de Flange (Winner Last Mic Standing 2014)
Surname & Surname (Paul Foxcroft & Briony Redman)
Bec Hill (Performer’s Choice Award for Best Show Edinburgh Fringe 2014)


Thursday 4th June. Time: 8:00pm Tickets: £6.00 –

Fans of friendly, alternative, political and silly comedy will have a great time with these three Edinburgh Previews in one night!


First is Matthew Crosby, of Pappy’s fame, with his new friendly stand-up show Smaller Than Life. Next is Chris Coltrane, with his Tory-smashing show Left-Wing Propaganda Machine. And finally John Henry Falle (of Beta Males fame) brings his raucous character The Storybeast down for an hour of loud mayhem.


Friday 5th June. 8:30pm. Tickets: £5/£4 –

For the third time Laugh Out London are putting on another little celebration of everybody’s favourite global corporation in DISNEY NIGHT III! The cream of London’s Alternative Comedy Circuit crop will be returning to Camden Comedy Club to recreate the Magic of Disney in their own unique way.

Holding the reins will be our own Mickey Mouse THOM TUCK, the man who has watched every straight to DVD disney film so you don’t have to. Expect there to be a ton of nonsense, games and hey, there may even be a song.

Edinburgh Best Newcomer nominee, One third of cult sketch favourites Penny Dreadfuls, Host of BBC Radio 4′s Sketchorama & Co-host of the Alternative Comedy Memorial Society.
“fruity, befuddled & increasingly melancholy” – The Guardian.

Getting animated on the evening will be…
ANDREW O’NEILL“One of the funniest comedians on the circuit… hitting new heights of comedic brilliance” -Time Out

LOU SANDERS:* “Once you’ve had a few bites from her bowl of mixed nuts you’ll acquire a taste for her deliciously silly stand-up” ★★★★ – Time Out*

BETH VYSE“Vyse has an insane, chaotic and stupidly funny mind” – Time Out

ADAM LARTER“the sheer volume of his daft ideas is stunning … a very disorganised genius” – The Skinny

HARRIET KEMSLEY“A quirky, very funny new stand up… refreshingly original” -Time Out

JOZ NORRIS“Norris is uber-confident, but he has the material to back up his tenacity” – Time Out

MATT HIGHTON“Wonderful Surrealism” – The Guardian

JOHN HENRY FALLE: of Radio 4, Chortle-nominated sketch idiots, The Beta Males. “A bearded force of nature” -The Guardian

and many more.