A top comedy night in Angel, Islington, headlined by the one and only Stewart Lee!
Venue is The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, Islington, London N1 8LN.
Doors are 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
Tickets are £8 in advance (on sale at 10am on June 13th), or £10 on the door.
Stewart will be doing 50 minutes of new material towards his next series of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. As Stewart says “Do not go on Twitter saying it seemed disjointed. It should do and will.”
“More bilious than ever” ★★★★ -The Guardian
“Superlative” ★★★★★ The Metro
“Marvellously funny: mordant, thoughtful and crafted” – The Observer
“Masterful” ★★★★ Telegraph
“…Stewart Lee, about as funny as bubonic plague” – The Sun
“Slimepit of bitterness” -Jan Moir, Daily Mail
Daniel’s debut hour “Champions” netted him the Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer in 2012. Other achievements since leaving his native Norway to pursue his stand up career include winning So You Think You’re Funny (2008), reaching the finals of the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year and supporting Simon Amstell on tour. He also popped up on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three). He will also playing Bob Mortimer’s sulky son in Vic & Bob’s new sitcom House of Fools.
“Exquisitely crafted gags and out-and-out surrealism, at its best like a fusion of Emo Philips and Vic & Bob” – the Guardian
“You knew he was funny before he even opened his mouth” -Scotsman.
“No doubt that Simonsen has proven himself a talent to keep an eye on” –Time Out
“An outstanding comedian” – Fringe Guru
One of Laugh Out London’s favourite acts, surreal character act Holly was chosen as The Independent’s One To Watch in comedy for 2013. An act that’s harder than most to define, Holly was also chosen as Harry Hill’s best comedy newcomer in the Radio Times.
“Burn is so adorable that both the men and the women in the audience fall in love with her. A natural with physical comedy… and her writing reveals some absolute gems. Bribe or blag your way into the H Club post- haste” – **** Chortle
“Sexy and bonkers like Twin Peaks” – Eddie Izzard
A quirky, surreal and imaginative up-and-comer, Philip finished second in the prestigious Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year. Far and away one of our favourite acts.
“ Quirky and deceptively cerebral humour’ – Fest
“an inspired and imaginative young stand-up with a bright future” –London Is Funny
“charming chaotic persona and engaging visual aids” – Edinburgh Evening News
MC: JACK DE’ATH
Regular host of Laugh Out London. His of beat humour often uses silly drawing and games which has lead him to be described as “slightly surreal” by a number of people.
“Engaging gems of originality and comic charm” – comedyblogedy.com
“He’s already very very good” – We Love Comedy