Another FREE comedy night at the Camden Head, Camden, brought to you by Laugh Out London.
We’re back on Friday June 1st, with doors to open at 8pm for an 8.20pm start.
The darker side of sketch comedy, Casual Violence return with their macabre brand of inventive comedy.
★★★★★ “Ludicrously inventive [...] The next stars of the genre” – ThreeWeeks
★★★★★ “A stand-out show from an exciting comedy group” – Fringe Guru
★★★★ “Gloriously bleak and black… a weird and wonderful show” – The Skinny
Winner: ThreeWeeks Editor’s Choice Award 2011
Nominee: Malcolm Hardee Award For Comic Originality 2011
Class new act and an award winner already in his brief career.
In his own words, Belbin’s unique style is “a priori abstract conceptual from the perspective of nihilistic humanism even though I don’t know what half of those words mean and the half that I do know what they mean I know they don’t mean what I have used them to mean”
Winner Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2011
Charming, tall, bearded and funny. What more could you want? Some reviews to prove it? Okay.
★★★★ “wonderfully upbeat hour of stand-up from self-proclaimed nerd and all-round nice guy, Tom Goodliffe… charming, intelligent wit that always evokes laughs” – ThreeWeeks
“this accountant-turned-stand-up’s material is as sharp as a tax dodge… he might have a hit on his hands.” – The Scotsman
One of our very favourite acts, with wonderful stories of Neil Buchanan, the Honey Monster and Disney films with questionable soundtracks.
A regular at Josie Long’s Lost Treasures of the Black Heart, and a finalist in the Hackney Empire New Act competiton in 2010.
Host of political comedy night Lolitics and a man with as much passion for activism as puns about bread.