Friday 29th May 2015. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: £5.00 – https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/29-may-15-felicity-ward–elf-lyons-camden-head/

A superb double bill of Edinburgh preview shows from two hilarious comedians Felicity Ward  (BBC3 ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’) & Elf Lyons
(★★★★★’comedic force to be reckoned with’ Broadway Baby)

Felicity Ward (Russell Howard’s Good News, As Yet Untitled, The John Bishop Show)returns with a hilarious, new show about mental illness, irritable bowel syndrome and her search for the nearest toilet.

Anxiety can be cruel, but very, very funny.

Best Club Comic 2014 – Chortle Awards – Nominee
Best Australia Act 2012 – Sydney Comedy Festival – Winner
Best Australia Act 2012 – Perth Comedy Festival – Winner
Best Comedy Show 2012 – Melbourne International Comedy Festival – Nominee
Best Comedy Show 2012 – Adelaide Fringe Festival – Nominee

★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
★★★★ The Sunday Times
★★★★ The List
★★★★ Chortle
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ EdFest Mag
★★★★ Sydney Morning Herald
★★★★ The Age

Meet the most dyspraxic five-star astronavigatrix and enthusiastic sexy comedian of the future. Inspired by the film Barbarella, join Elf, the Feminist Times’ One to Watch, on her fast-paced exploration through the world of sexuality – from dressage horses, sci-fi superheroes and the secret life of sharks.
‘★★★★★  Elf demonstrates what it means to be the voice of a generation… Engaging, spritely, totally endearing, and wonderfully funny’ DirtAndCandy.com, Adelaide Fringe, Australia 2015
‘★★★★  Being Barbarella is one of the strongest stand-up shows I’ve seen’ TheNewCurrent.co.uk, Vault Festival, London 2015


Wednesday 27th May 2015. Time: 8:00 pm (Doors open 7:30pm) FREE!

Abigoliah Schamaun: Post Coital Confessions & James Loveridge: Funny Because It’s True

Abigoliah Schamaun and James Loveridge bring you a night of comedy and Edinburgh Fringe Previews.

Man. I thought sleeping with you would help me get over Diana. But I feel horrible. Just one of the things said to Abigoliah Schamaun after sex. This NYC comic reflects on her own amorous affairs then asks: what’s the weirdest thing you’ve been told post-coitus? Sometimes it’s bizarre, other times it makes you fall in love. But it’s always interesting and often a bit wrong.

Winner Moth StorySLAM, NYC.
‘A comedy whirl-wind!’ ★★★★★ (ThreeWeeks).
‘Hilarious stories’ ★★★★ (Skinny).
‘Not a run of the mill comic. Draws howls of laughter from the packed house’ ★★★★ (One4Review.co.uk).

An hour of hilarious true stories from an exciting young stand-up comedian/loveable idiot, James Loveridge revamps his 5 star 2014 show. Some new stories, some old, all funny, all true.

★★★★ (Skinny). 
★★★★ (edfringereview.com).
‘★★★★★ Loveridge’s timing is exceptional; he knows exactly where in a joke to place the punchline. He often sets up the expectation that he will take the easy route out of a joke, then subverts this expectation to excellent effect… This is undoubtedly the best free show that I have seen at the Fringe’  (BroadwayBaby.com). 


30th April, 8pm (Doors open 7:30pm). Tickets: £3.00  https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/30-apr-15-ben-van-der-veldes-blue-plaque-laughs-camden-head/

The history of London is built on the brave, fantastical and often very funny endeavour of it’s unique citizens.  Boxers, boozers, poets and campaigners are all commemorated with blue plaques around the capital.  Join Ben Van der Velde and friends as they tell tales of London’s finest residents and suggest a few more who should get their own memorial.