Camden comedy night

Comedy night in Camden on April 5th

comedy night camden london april 5

A top comedy night one of the best venues in London – the Camden Head in Camden.

The most exciting up-and-coming comedians in London doing both tried and tested material as well as newer less well tested material.

Doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start.

Venue address is 100 Camden High St  London Borough of Camden, NW1 0LU.

Buy your £3 ticket

LOU SANDERS
Surrealism, madness, jokes, rollerblades and all those good things.

One of the best new comics to watch out for 2012 in The Sun Newspaper and in London is Funny. She’s also in that advert where she’s playing with a remote control. Great stuff.

‘From the crazy off-beat surrealism of Lou Sanders, it seems like something new is happening in comedy.’ The Independent

‘Lou is not like most comedians and when she rips a room, she really rips it hard… she always ensures a memorable live performance’ The Sun

‘Very Funny’ “Utterly delightful and hugely talented”‘Destined for hugeness.’ TimeOut

LIAM WILLIAMS
One third of acclaimed sketch trio Sheeps (Kitson’s a fan”), and one of the most exciting prospects in UK stand-up in his own right, former Cambridge Footlight Williams is a smart, witty and erudite performer.

He’s been named One To Watch by TimeOut, and was runner-up in both So You Think You’re Funny? and Amused Moose Laugh Off 2010.

“Great voice, smart gags and a great sense of being right in the moment” – Chortle

ADAM HESS
He’s just live-tweeted Mark Watson’s 25 Hours for Comic Relief and been nominated for Best Newcomer in the Chortle Awards, and the future is looking even more exciting for Hess.

Chortle student comedy award-winner 2011

‘virtually batters the audience into laughter’ – Chortle

‘doesn’t so much raise the roof, as catapult it’ – Spoonfed

CHRIS COLTRANE
Activist and top Tweeter whose debut Edinburgh show gained praise from everyone for its smart, funny take on Tory-bashing.

***** – ThreeWeeks
**** – Chortle
**** – Scotsman

INGRID DAHLE
Norwegian comic Dahle was a finalist at So You Think You’re Funny 2012, and won the first Squawker New Act of the Year.

“an alternative hero of the future” – Chortle

All MCed by

JOE DAVIES AND MATT HIGHTON

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