Sunday 15th November. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: FREE (Donation after the show)–tez-ilyasharriett-kemsley-camden-head/

Three superb comedians present their new works-in-progress. In the first section we have the wonderful musical comedy talents of Tamar Broadbent (★★★★★ Broadway Baby) followed in the second half by Tez Ilyas and Harriet Kemsley.

★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ Rip It Up Australia
★★★★ Musical Theatre Review
★★★★ A Younger Theater
★★★★ Female Arts
‘something really special’ – Female Arts
‘I predict a great future’ – Michael Palin
‘Effervescent energy and easy charm’ – Rip It Up Oz
‘If we are all superheroes, then she is the leader of the pack’ – A Younger Theatre
‘Lightning-fast comedic strokes, side-splitting timing, and an impressive set of pipes’ – Broadway Baby

As seen and heard on BBC’s The Now Show, Asian Network’s Big Comedy Night, Comedy Shorts and London Live’s Not the One Show)
FINALIST: Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2013
TOP JOKES: Edinburgh Festival 2015 – The Mirror
★★★★ Fringe Guru
★★★★ One4Review
★★★★ Broadway Baby
‘Sartorially stylish and winningly cheeky’ – Chortle
‘original, witty and incredibly clever’ – Arts Award Voice
‘A comic voice to listen out for in future’ – The Independent

(As seen and heard on BBC3’s Comedy Marathon, London Live’s Funny Rotten Scoundrels and Radio 1’s Comedy Lounge)
NOMINEE: Leicester Mercury Award 2014
‘Top Five Up and Coming Funny Females’ – The Sun

‘Excellent writing’ – Chortle
‘Funny bones’ – Bruce Dessau
‘A hilarious combination of bashful and weird’ – Three Weeks
‘A quirky, very funny new stand up..her style is refreshingly original and she’s a seriously good writer’ – Time Out


A new two-man musical from the team behind ‘Dinosaur Planet’, ‘Moon Horse’ and ‘Total Hero Team’, featuring songs, Dad jokes, time travel, ZX Spectrums, Ada Lovelace, beer, tap dancing and Steve in the role of a lifetime: MJ Hibbett!

This is the duo’s fourth show, following on from Dinosaur Planet, Moon Horse VS The Mars Men Of Jupiter and Total Hero Team. Those were all science fiction extravaganzas, but this year’s show is based on a piece of Internet history. Back in 1999 International Rock Star MJ Hibbett had the bright idea of releasing his hymn to the ZX Spectrum, ‘Hey Hey 16K’, as the world’s first ever internet single. It was a firm favourite among computer geeks and indie fans, but it wasn’t until 2004 that it became a worldwide smash. Rob Manuel of created an animation for the song, turning it into one of the first ever viral videos, and it was downloaded over two million times in its first fortnight.

Now MJ has used the song as the basis for a musical in which he goes backwards in time to visit a teenage version of himself, played by Steve. It’s very much the role of a lifetime for Steve. As well as home computers, time travel and teenage memories, the show features advice on beer, a biography of Ada Lovelace, brand new songs, tap dancing, Dad jokes, and even a bit of hula hooping. All this and a free badge and CD too!

“You’re pretty much guaranteed to love this funny, inspiring show.” – Fringe Guru
“Both MJ and Steve were hilarious throughout” – Get Reading
“You feel you are included as old friends” – Buxton Festival Fringe Reviews


Tickets £5 available

Performed 28th & 29th August at 6..30pm.


Sat 28th March. 8:30pm (Doors open 8:00pm). Tickets: £10/£8.50

This Time Out Recommended, sell out Saturday night show has been going for 20 years (formerly known as Hampstead Comedy Club and now resident at Camden Comedy Club!). It is hosted by the incomparable Ivor Dembina and accompanied by the live orchestra of Andy Zapp.

★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ The Mirror
★★★★ Guardian
★★★★ Wow247
★★★★ Three Weeks
‘genuine comic genius’ The Skinny
‘funny and thought provoking’ Three Weeks
‘terrific gags…delivered perfectly’ Broadway Baby

Line Up:
James Sherwood, Luke Capasso, James Bran, Michael Fabbri with Ivor Dembina as compere.

Chatback Comedy’s Friday!

Fri 23rd Jan. 8:00pm. Tickets: £8/£7.


This regular sell out night, presented by Chatback Comedy, features some of the most exciting headliners and up-and-coming talent on the comedy circuit! This week’s line up:

(As seen on Channel 4’s ‘Fresh Meat’ & ‘Peep Show’)
Winner: Musical Comedy Awards 2012
Finalist: BBC New Comedian 2013
★★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★ Giggle Beats
‘sweetness, maturity and charm’ Chortle
‘daft, naughty fun’ Giggle Beats
‘he keeps you on the edge of your seat’ Fest
‘Rob Carter does what he does impeccably’ Chortle
‘a wit and turn of phrase that most musical comics simply don’t have’ London is Funny 

(BBC3 Comedy Marathon, London Live’s Funny Rotten Soundrels)
Nominee: Leicester Mercury Award 2014
‘Excellent writing’ Chortle
‘Funny bones’ Bruce Dessau
‘Fresh, different, brilliant’ Funny’s Funny
‘A quirky, very funny new stand up…her style is refreshingly original and she’s a seriously good writer’ Time Out

Shortlisted: BBC Radio 2 New Comedian Award 2014
Finalist: Comedy Cafe New Act of the Year 2013
Winner: TedFest’s New Irish Comedian Award 2014
‘Weird and wonderful’ Noel Faulkner, Comedy Cafe
‘One of the best and funniest and most original new comedians…an undiscovered gem of the open mic circuit’ Angel Comedy

‘He has the confidence of slickness you would expect from an experienced North American pro. His sharp style is a loyal servant of the punchline, and almost every sentence ends with a joke’ – Chortle

★★★★★ Broadway Baby
‘very endearing’ Londonist
‘a comedic force to be reckoned with’ Broadway Baby
‘She is just too talented…expect her to be a major star’ One4Review