I know we’re all excited about Max and Ivan coming up at the Queen’s Head, as well as our Edinburgh previews with Josh Widdicombe, Pappy’s, James Acaster and more, but don’t forget about our FREE night at the Camden Head, Camden, on March 30th.where we bring you another kablamostastic comedy night of oddballs and weird thighs.
Doors are 8pm for 8.30pmish start. Camden Head is nice though, so feel free to get there early and buy alcohol and things. It is Friday after all.
Top line-up as per usual too, and all hosted by LOLFav, BEC HILL.
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GENTLEMEN OF LEISURE
Smart sketch duo who’ll tickle your Dickens.
“ This is a gloriously entertaining show, [which] doesn’t really have a weak point.. [An] utterly brilliant.. .smart, funny show which I recommend to all gentlemen. And ladies. * * * * * ” – Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
” Intelligent. Cultured. Literate. I laughed anyway.” – Emo Phillips
Co-presenter of ‘Hatty Ashdown‘s Silly Radio Show’, writer for the Guardian and 6Music, bassist in Victorian Punk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing alongside cult comedian Andrew O’Neil, oh, and also a very funny comedian and star of The Big Comedy Breakfast’, a near sell-out ★★★★★ rated show at the Edinburgh fringe 2009 and 2010.
“Confident and well prepared, Burrows is a genial host…A Peter Kay for the 1990s Generation” – ThreeWeeks (2011)
“A heartwarming look at life’s little intricacies”- Three Weeks 2010
“Excellent…the potential to go far”- Broadway Baby.
MATTHEW KELLY (not that one)
The ultimate LOLFav in many ways – a struggling New York artist adjusting to British culture.
All Barries are funny. Barry Ferns is the funniest.
“One of the best shows I saw at this years fringe (2011 – The Scotsman)
***** Three Weeks
“Sickeningly Talented” Venue Magazine
FINALIST – Reading New Act of the Year
A girl with a guitar. And funnies. Lots of funnies.
“rich, well-executed stuff.” – Chortle
Finalist in the 2010 Chortle Student Comedy Award
Theatre that brings together art and comedy in surrealist fashion. Occasional Postman Pat.
Writes for New Statesman and works for Resonance FM.
Promising newcomer, not afraid to show his poetic side. Dark and funny.
How about that?
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