A top comedy night in Angel, Islington, headlined by the best political comedian around: Mark Thomas.
Venue is The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, Islington, London N1 8LN.
Doors are 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
Tickets are £6 in advance, or £8 on the door.
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Mark is well known for his brand of political comedy which has seen him appear on TV and Radio from appearing regularly on the ground breaking The Mary Whitehouse Experience (Radio1), Mark Thomas: The Manifesto (Radio 4), The Mark Thomas Comedy Product (Channel 4) and many more. He was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Comedy Award in 1992.
His last Edinburgh show “Bravo Figaro” explored his relationship with his father and brought a fistful of five star reviews.
“Well-written, thoughtful, moving and brilliantly performed”- The Scotsman *****
“irrepressible personality, story-telling and stand-up skills” –The Telegraph
“Absolutely superlative stuff” -Chortle
***** -The List
**** 1/2 – Edinburgh Is funny
Star of BBC Radio 4’s Bridget Christie Minds the Gap, BBC2’s It’s Kevin, and Comedy Central’s Alternative Comedy Experience, return to Laugh out London with here unique brand of silly and surreal humour.
“’Most original act I’ve seen for years” -Harry Hill
“Hits highs of genuine brilliance” –Chortle
“Avant-garde comedian of prodigious talent” –Guardian
“Utterly entertaining”- TheTimes
“Hilarious’ The Observer
Pat is well known for his offbeat humour which has seen him win a bag full of awards and even appeared on Chris Moyles’ Comedy Empire (BBC three). Pat has won Chortle Best Newcomer 2012, New Act of the Year (Formerly Hackney Empire) 2012 and The Amused Moose Laugh Off 2011. He was also a finalist for The BBC New Comedy Award Final. He’s a unique and exciting talent.
“Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close.” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
Nominated for Best Newcomer in the Chortle Awards, and the future is looking even more exciting for Hess. His high tempo, high energy stand up is one to be seen.
Chortle student comedy award-winner 2011
‘virtually batters the audience into laughter’ – Chortle
‘doesn’t so much raise the roof, as catapult it’ – Spoonfed
Activist and top Tweeter whose debut Edinburgh show gained praise from everyone for its smart, funny take on Tory-bashing.
***** – ThreeWeeks
**** – Chortle
**** – Scotsman