Laugh Out London is bringing you another FREE comedy night at the Camden Head in Camden on September 7.
As usual, doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start and laughs are pretty much guaranteed. Innit.
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Geordie powerhouse’ Holly Burn brings to life some of the oddest characters you’ll ever meet in some astutley observed surreality. Appeared in Stewart Lee’s ‘At Last! The 1981 Show’ alongside many comedy legends; the Evening Standard Theatre Award nominated show The Office Party; and named New Hero of Alternative Comedy by Bizarre Magazine.
” very, very weird and there’s a real danger you might get wet or be hit in the face with a shoe” ★★★★ – Chortle
★★★★ – Broadway Baby
Host of Weirdos – London’s most interesting comedy night – and something of an insane, hilarious, ridiculous genius himself. His Edinburgh show contained exploding cats and a musical book about the Velvet Undergound
“undiluted madness” ★★★★ – The Skinny
Affable and amusing, Nathaniel is one of our very favourite acts. A regular at Josie Long’s Lost Treasures of the Black Heart, his stories delight and entertain.
“brilliant and unusual and very funny” – Josie Long
“Nathaniel does jokes that are so funny that you repeat them to your friends later although you get it wrong and forget a few bits, and they don’t laugh, but you do because you are remembering how funny his joke was, especially the Sugar Puffs one, but he tells them in a really funny way that is difficult to emulate” – Sara Pascoe
Huffington Post blogger and star of the radiowaves, Hatty is silly, fun and exactly what you want from a comedy night.
One to Watch in 2012 – London Is Funny
“Wonderfully inventive, consistently funny” – Time Out
“Warm, infectiously funny and brilliant” – Josie Long
Jokes and props and characters and what have you.
With compere Karl Johannes Schultz as MATTHEW KELLY
“The most exciting new comedian I’ve seen in years” – Dan Antopolski/ Jigsaw, 3 Time Perrier Nominee
“A wonderful performer” – London is Funny