PAUL DUNCAN McGARRITY: TODAY IS THE GOOD OLD TIMES OF YESTERDAY
Date: Sunday 8th November. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: Pay What You Can (Donation after the show)https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/8-nov-15-paul-duncan-mcgarrity-today-is-the-good-old-times-of-tomorrow-camden-head/
Archaeologist and stand up comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity brings his Edinburgh solo show back to Camden for a second showing! This show looks at why we revere the past and why we are absolute fools to do so. (★★★★ The Public Reviews)
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)
Camden Comedy Club’s Mini Summer Fest! Back to back EdFringe Previews for FREE! Starting from 2:00pm on Saturday 18th & 3:00pm on Sunday 19th.
Can’t get to the Edinburgh Fringe? Don’t worry. The Edinburgh Fringe is coming to Camden!
This coming weekend we’ve put together two full days of back to back Edinburgh Previews featuring some of the most exciting acts about to head up to the fringe. And the best bit? It’s all free! At the end of each show you’ll have the opportunity to pop us a donation which will go to the acts to help them with their costs up at the fringe.
We also have food and drink, an outside area and air conditioning. It’s going to be pretty great! Below is the full line up:
SATURDAY 18TH@ 2:00PM:
2:00 – Jonathan Hearn: Always Jon, Never Joff
3:30 – Garrett Millerick: A Selection of Things I’ve Said to Taxi Drivers
5:00 – Abigoliah Schauman: Post-Coital Confessions
6:30 – Ivor Dembina: New Jewish Jokes
SUNDAY 19TH @ 3:00PM:
3:00pm – Luke McQueen: Double Act
4:30pm – Sean McLoughlin: Whatever It Takes
6:00pm – Marc Burrows
7:30pm – Stand Up & Slam!
9:00pm – Alexander Bennett & Paul Savage Double Bill
There are a limited number of tickets you can buy online to ensure yourself a seat in the room. These are £10.00 per day and allow you entry to every show before everyone else.