Queen’s Head, Piccadilly Circus, W1D 7HN – MAP
What must be the best value comedy night in London returns on Tuesday May 29th! Sadly Toby cannot be with us due to illness BUT we have managed to get the amazing Trevor Lock to pop by and we still have the Amazing James Acaster closing the show. Wonderfull!
Venue is once again the Queen’s Head, 15 Denman Street, right by Piccadilly Circus, with doors at 8pm for an 8.30pm start.
Only £4 (£3 students) in advance, or £5 (£4 students) on the door.
Star of E4′s Show and Tell and featured in Russell Howard’s Good News he’s also been on tour with Josie Long and Milton Jones.
“A mixed style of story-telling and philosophising that hasn’t been perfected so well since possibly Daniel Kitson.” ★★★★★ – Edinburgh Evening News
★★★★★ – London Is Funny
★★★★ – The List
★★★★ – British Comedy Guide
★★★★ – Spoonfed
Unique and original Trevor’s high energy style has gained him a cult following. Mix it in with his ability to improvise and you got yourself one hell of a funny man. You may recognise him from Lee and Herring’s “This Morning With Richard Not Judy” (TMWRNJ) as a man with a small face and from Russell Brand’s BBC 6 miusic radio show.
‘Hilarious’ – Time Out
‘A comic genius.’ – Metro.
‘Superbly Comic writing’ – The Sunday Times
‘Strangely charming and irresistible. Utterly improbable, absolutely entertaining’ – The Independent
‘Funny, moving and clever’ – The Scotsman
Host of Party Piece and ThreeWeeks Award winner. Jokes and smiles, innit.
‘Ingenious and fresh’ – Time Out
‘Tom Webb is a cheeky, inventive, damn funny fellow… Top 20 Free Fringe Show’ – London Is Funny
‘The masterful Tom Webb… It’s stuff like this that makes the Fringe great’ – Three Weeks
A LOLfav, who’s Kentish charm can’t help but make people smile.
Now a comedy blogger for the Huffington Post, her 2011 Edinburgh Fringe show was names by The List as one of its Top Five Free Shows.
Anecdotal humor that never feels stilted or scripted ..makes Ashdown one to watch on the comedy scene’ – ★★★★ Three weeks
‘Wonderfully inventive, consistently funny’ – Time Out
‘Warm, infectiously funny and brilliant’ – Josie Long
The big man from Newcastle who looks a bit like a mouse as named one of London Is Funny’s 10 comics to watch in 2011.
Hackney Empire New Act of the Year Finalist
Amused Moose Laugh off Finalist
Mirth Control New Act Competition Runner up
Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year Finalist
★★★★ Three weeks