A top comedy night at 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.
As seen on the Stewart Lee fronted Alternative Comedy Experience (Comedy Central), Maeve is an established stand-up star in her native Ireland, delighting audiences with surreal whimsy and analyses of Alicia Keys. She’s even been on WTF with Marc Maron. Wow!
“Higgins is rarer than a blessing of unicorns … she is original and relatively calm, her observations are pithy, her wit delicate, her persona oddly alluring and deftly honest.” The Irish Times
Winner of the Amused Moose Laugh Off award last year and appears to be on his way to comedy greatness with is strange and energetic stage presence combined with his surreal tales and stories. He has also come second in the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2011 and been in the Up the Creek Final. Definitely one to keep an eye on.
“He delivers with the passion of an insane preacher, and there’s a keen off-the-wall wit throughout…’ Steve Bennet, Chortle
A youngster of already established talent and brilliance. After only eight months of performing Ivo was awarded the acclaimed So You Think You’re Funny 2009 New Act Award at the Edinburgh Fringe, nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer Award before being chosen to perform at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival.
“One of the best young comedians around…” – Time Out
“The intelligence and maturity of Ivo Graham is remarkable” **** – Three Weeks.
Another worryingly talented up and comer, who finished second in the Chortle Student Comedy awards in 2011 and followed it up with an appearance in the So You Think Your Funny Final in 2012. He’s doing three shows in Edinburgh this year, so his stamina matches his intelligence and wit.
“Clever little one-liners…with silly turns of phrase that really shine.” – Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Brilliant” – Josie Long
One half of LOL, who’s emerging as a versatile comic of charm, props and pasta. There maybe Caramac involved, there may not.
“Engaging gems of originality and comic charm” – comedyblogedy.com
“he’s already very very good” – We Love Comedy
MC- JOE DAVIES
One hell of a talented fellow. He’s off to MC the prestigious AAA stand up show in Edinburgh this year, which is pretty darn cool. He’s also bloody lovely.
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