Nathan Willcock’s Debut Stand Up Show Comes to the Camden Fringe!

Nathan Willcock, Chortle Student Comedian runner up, brings his debut stand up show to Camden. It is a
show about love, politics and not being very good at either. It will contain: A lawnmower (invisible), true love
and Michael Foot.

Having already played this show to packed rooms of delighted people at both the Leicester and Kingston
comedy festivals, as well as the Brighton Fringe, the unique and exciting stand up brings his strange jokes
and sharp satire to Camden. Be sure to catch this rising comedy star!

“Slick and silly” Steve Bennett, Editor, Chortle
“Had them in stiches” – The Tab

Tickets £5 available

Performed 24th & 25th August at 3.30pm.


Dawn of the Geek is a story of self acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing in a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat. We learn how she dealt with the recurrence of being shunned for Nintendo, left for wrestling and lied to by Walt Disney. Expect treats and lots of love in this tale of discovery.

“Now this is someone whom I am confident we are going to be seeing a lot more of… Very engaging…will end up either a newspaper columnist or a TV show panellist or both” – Martin Mullaney, Comedy CV and Cheeky Monkey Club

Twitter: @saharmirhadi


Tickets £7/£5 available

Performed20th-23rd August


Infusing TV familiarity with the buzz of live, spontaneous comedy, Off the Cuff: Primetime brings an hour of
entertainment that neatly solves a conundrum as old as the gogglebox itself: whether to veg in front of the telly or do
yourself a favour and get out more.

This hour of programming promises a snappy sketch show, up-to-the-minute news
bulletins and an episode of the improvised TV detective series Crime and Funishment – an impromptu take on
everyone’s favourite not-so-guilty pleasure, the classic TV “whodunit?”

“Fast thinking and skilful…entertainment to make you feel a part of one big, strange family”
“The applause threatened to bring the roof down” 4.5/5 Fringe Guru
“Hilarious, intelligently delivered and well put together.” 5/5 Latest 7

Tickets £9/£7.50 available

Performed 18th-22nd August at 6.30pm


The Chandeliers bring their rip roaring, successful comedy, CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation to the Camden Fringe.

Welcome to the most gripping murder mystery of them all. No one knows who the killer is; not even the cast!

CSI is a rip roaring crime comedy made up entirely on the spot.

Someone’s kicked the bucket.

But who, what and how? The choice is yours.

Help us identify the victim and what caused their grizzly death. Then sit back, relax and pay attention as a world of dearest friends and closest enemies takes shape around you.

Could one of them be – dum dum dummm – a murderer?

Partner with our detective to sniff out the guilty, grill suspects in a line up and ask ANY questions you like in this fully improvised, witty and absurd murder mystery.

Ultimately, you decide who’s off to the clanger.

“A creative idea….truly funny” ****Remote Goat


Tickets £8 available

Performing 9.30pm 16th-21st August


James Bennison has spent the last year going to extraordinary lengths to gain superpowers so that you don’t have to. Join him as he presents his findings and see if he can bestow them upon you also.
From enrolling in Psychic College to breaking into a nuclear power plant, find out if he has indeed achieved his life long dream of becoming super.

“…a most enjoyable slice of nonsense.” Steve Bennett, Chortle

“…highly entertaining, utterly engaging show” ???? Fringe Guru

Nominated for Brighton Fringe Latest Comedy Award

Winner of IYAF 2015 Brighton Fringe Stand-Up Comedy Award

Tickets £7/£6 available

Performed 14th-16th August


A new show from Joe Bor, the award winning comedian and TV warm up for Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Sunday Night at The Palladium, with stories about growing up in Camden. Also featuring the critically acclaimed character Jasper Cromwell Jones, the posh climber.

Listed in the top jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe 2014 in the Daily Mirror, The Daily Mail and The Independent.

‘High gag rate, which puts many other character comics to shames” – The Guardian

“For people who like their comedy funny” – Matt Lucas

Tickets £5 available

Performing 11th and 12th August, 9.30pm


A show about trying to think what you think about things, worrying too much what other people think while not having anytime to think. Trying not to think negative. When do you think you feel grown up? Maybe you could think about coming to the show. What do you think?

Writer 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

“Funny, likeable and effortless” Time Out

Tickets £6/£5 available

Performing 10th-13th August at 8pm


The Ugly Animal Preservation Society’s professor of comedy, Simon Watt (Inside Nature’s Giants, The Infinite Monkey Cage) returns with his new, adults-only, stand up lecture. Simon explores why frogs are better than most people he knows and how studying them has changed the world.

“Had us crying with laughter”- BBC Focus Magazine.

Performing at 6.30pm on the 10th, 12th, 14th, 15th & 16th August.

Tickets £5 available from


In a world that’s increasingly divided, we all have one thing in common:

We’re all idiots.

You’re an idiot. I’m an idiot. Everyone’s an idiot. And isn’t that just bloody wonderful.

Join Gary Tro for his work-in-progress show and expect laughter, things projected from a projector, laughter again, and idiocy.

★★★★★ –

7th, 8th & 9th August at  20:00

£5.00   Entry Requirements: 18+


After years of being a boyfriend, Matt’s now a husband. How did that happen? A show about married life, what really happens at weddings, and whether there is ever a good time to use the word “Bridezilla”? (No.)

Performing on the 4th, 5th & 6th of August at 8pm. Tickets £7.50.

“A carefully constructed piece of expert stand-up” ★★★★ Theatre Bath
“Really funny” ★★★★ Scotsman
“A perfectly paced hour” ★★★★ List