After another lovely evening of laughter and love (thanks We Are Goose), Laugh Out London returns to the Queen’s Head, Denman Street (by Piccadilly Circus) for more FREE fun.
Save Friday October 21st in your diaries for what promises to be our most unusual (some might say weird, others might say sexy) night of comedy yet, in an early Halloween special.
Expects gasps and ghosts and cackles. Of laughter. Evil laughter! And funny laughter. Maybe both at the same time. Witches have a sense of humour too.
As usual, doors are 8pm for an 8.30pmish start. Attend the Facebook event.
Google maps for easy finding: http://bit.ly/nzA2cr
But who’s performing? Why, only these fantastic people:
STUART LAWS – He puts the MC in intimacy. Guiding the night through in his unique, communal style.
“very funny” – The New York Post. And me.
OYSTER EYES – A sketch troupe that do freaky and funny in equal measure ‘They make the Mighty Boosh look sane and boring.’- British Comedy Guide.
***** – The Skinny (and I used to write for them, so they know what they’re talking about).
BEN TARGET – Always unique. Always an experience. Always hilarious. Winner, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011
“‘Impressively funny” – The Scotsman (I don’t mean me)
***** – ThreeWeeks
Also, Nadia Kamil from The Behemoth was all over his Edinburgh show on Twitter.
CHRIS COXEN – A head full of beautiful, intriguing, slightly insane characters we all can learn a lot from.
**** – ThreeWeeks (I used to write for these guys as well! They sometimes know what they’re talking about. In this instance, they are right.)
BOBBY CARROLL – A mixture of light and dark. Deadpan and ecstacy. What can we expect?
“A rare find… fresh and funny observations about sex and relationships… Deserves bigger audiences” – Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
KARL SCHULTZ – A return for the man who entertained LOL crowds in July with our biggest-wigged set yet. I genuinely have no idea what is going to happen.
DANGEROUS T – A delight. Brought tears to LOL’s eyes in Borough once. Please follow him on Twitter.
STEPHANIE LAING – The lovely miss Laing. Might be a song about an elephant. I don’t know.
And, of course the usual lollipops and toys. We know why you come really.
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