STAND UP & SLAM!

STAND UP & SLAM! 

Thursday 17th September. Time: 20:00 (Doors open 19:30). Tickets: £7/£6

Our resident show is back from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival!

Stand-up comedy: poetry’s idiot relation, right? Performance poetry: comedy’s boring cousin, yes? Let’s find out.
Six phenomenal acts go head to head for your approval as poetry and comedy collide with unexpected and hilarious results! Each night our resident team captains are joined by the most exciting acts the festival has to offer. We’re mashing up the two art forms in an epic battle of spoken word. Who wins? You decide… London’s Evening Standard and Metro Comedy Pick!

**PRESS FROM EDINBURGH:**
★★★★★ The Public Reviews
★★★★ Three Weeks Magazine
★★★★ Ed Fest Mag
Highly Recommended Show – Fringe Review
*’The crowd were in stitches, their roars delivered a 1-0 victory for poetry over stand-up and my preconceptions were suitably challenged.’
– Mashable UK*
*’It was witty, fast paced, and most importantly funny.’
–Fringe Review*
*’This is a great show, showcasing some real talent.’
–Three Weeks*
*’The result – well, it was decided by audience participation. But it didn’t really matter – the audience were the winners.’
–The Public Reviews*

JOEL DOMMETT + STAND UP & SLAM!

TONIGHT!

The third in this series of double bills twinning Stand Up & Slam! with a tip top comedian is here! Featuring rising star Joel Dommett it promises to be a night to remember!

JOEL DOMMETT: CONQUER
Join Joel (Impractical Jokers BBC Three, Reality Bites ITV2, Russell Howard’s Good News, Skins) in his hilarious quest to become world champion at something. Literally anything. ‘Excellent storytelling comic’ (Guardian).

STAND UP & SLAM!
Stand Up: poetry’s idiot relation, yes? Performance poetry: comedy’s boring cousin, right? Let’s find out! In this Evening Standard & Metro recommended show, six phenomenal acts from the worlds of comedy and poetry collide with unpredictable and hilarious results.

Evening Standard & Metro Recommended Pick!
‘The best night out in London!’ Stage & Screen Insider
As seen at Camden Comedy Club, The Comedy Cafe, Hackney Attic, Dave Comedy Festival, Lounge on the Farm Festival & The Fling Festival. 

STAND UP & SLAM WITH A TWIST!

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:

TEAM POETRY:
CHRIS LAWRENCE
(Roundhouse Poet, Hammer & Tongue)

TEAM COMEDY:
STUART GOLDSMITH
(Presenter: ComComedy Podcast, ‘A fine joke-smith’ Evening Standard, ‘A supremely talented stand-up’ Time Out)
& more TBA!

Stand Up & Slam!

Tues 16th Dec. 8:00pm. Tickets: £5 http://www.wegottickets.com/event/299552

Evening Standard & Metro Comedy Pick!

After our super launch night at Hackney Attic with audience, comedians, poets and tattoos aplenty, we’re really excited to announce these special intimate shows at Camden Comedy Club (Upstairs Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, Camden Town).

This is Stand Up & Slam with a twist – showing you our specially created games and generally shaking 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 artforms 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.

Feat. Sofie Hagen, Amy Acre, Oli Forsyth, Rich Wilson, Rob Carter, Dan Simpson