Comedy nights

Laugh Out London Live- Friday 16th Dec at the Camden Head

Laugh Out London comedy night December 16

Laugh Out London comedy night December 16

After all the excitement of Laugh Out London’s Early Christmas Pressie we are back to normality (as normal as it gets round here). Yes another FREE night of excellent comedy BUT with a twist…

A different venue! The Camden Head in Camden (not the Camden head in Angel!) A mere 2 minutes’ walk from the Camden town tube! Here is a mappy-map!

It’s a great opportunity to unwind near to Christmas. BUT who will be gracing us with funnies this time you ask? Well…


50% of sketch duo The Behemoth and 100% of John-Luke Roberts, one of the most interesting and original acts on the circuit.

fantastically ornate but deeply silly brand of comedy, dripping with absurd puns and utterly unexpected left turns.’” -The Guardian


A  Laugh Out London favourite, whose free Edinburgh fringe show was picked out by The List for praise.

‘Hatty Ashdown’s brain is made up of funny molecules. She makes me laugh. And laugh. And then laugh’ (Robert Popper, Friday Night Dinner)


Another Laugh out London favourite, with his mix of the surreal & the silly with drawings along the way.

“Phil O’Shea’s ingenious drawings perfectly complement his quirky and deceptively cerebral humour’ – Fest


A comedian who oozes charm and chuckles, “An engaging and natural performer with has deep reserves of excitable energy…enjoyably bizarre” -Chortle


Very impressive Bobby has been a busy boy since moving to London from native Cannada. Already he has opened for Doug Stanhope and back home won $10 000 in Bite TV’s Stand Up and Bite Me Comedy Competition.


A stand-up comic, who has won the praise of excellent comics such as Trevor Lock .

“A fearless new talent whose refreshingly spikey up-to-date material is delivered with a cheeky glint in his eye”- Trevor Lock


A regular on the London stand up circuit, having been described as “Very funny” by The Guardian.Recommended to us by Liam from Sheeps no less.


A gentle giant of comedy, often found putting on gigs in art galleries as part of Parachute Productions comedy nights and a right chuckle factory in his own right.


MC for the night, described as “Good” by Norman Lovett, “impressively-assured … I’m sure he’ll go a long way”  by James W. Smith and “newcomer” by London is Funny

And more TBC!

Love and nourishment

Jack & Tom xxx

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