Laugh Out London brings you a night of alternative comedy in at the Camden Head in Camden that will celebrate the festive season. Expect games, presents and funny people.
Venue address is 100 Camden High Street Camden, NW1 0LU
Doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start.
Winner of the New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) 2012
Winner of Amused Moose Laugh-Off 2011
Winner of Cavendish Arms New Act 2011
Finalist of BBC New Comedy Award 2011, Up the Creek One to Watch and Latitude New Act of the Year 2011
One of London is Funny’s 10 comics to watch in 2012
Appearances on Chris Moyles’ Comedy Empire
“Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close.” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
Part of the Pleasance Comedy Reserve at this year’s Fringe, Kearns is a mainc newcomer with lots of praise.
“Weird, room-splitting lunacy that’s certain to get talked about… his unwavering commitment to the absurd cannot be doubted in such a forceful performance.”
Steve Bennett – Chortle, 2012
TURONIMO NUMPTY (GRAINNE MAGUIRE AND LOU SANDERS)
They said it would never happen again, but Grainne Maguire (write for BBC Radio 4, 8 out of 10 Cats) and Lou Sanders (writer for Stand Up for the Week, ‘Destined for hugeness.’ TimeOut) are back together as all-star duo Turonimo Numpty. Expect huge things.
Surreal newcomer with a delightful bent for the whimsical absurd.
“Phil O’Shea’s ingenious drawings perfectly complement his quirky and deceptively cerebral humour’ – Fest
Former Cambridge Footlight who’s now a character comedian who’s performed sketches for the BBC with sketch group Christmas For Two
“A wonderfully full hour… as good as it gets… It was a genuine pleasure to spend an hour with her” – Chortle
One half of LOL, and an emerging newcomer in his own right.
MC – STUART LAWS
“precocious Fringe fave” ThisWeek London
“Very funny” – New York Post