After yet another sell-out comedy night, Laugh Out London returns to the Camden Head in Camden for another bargain evening of great alternative comedy, including the legendary Stewart Lee performing in one of the most intimate venues he’s played in years.
The date is September 6 and the venue address is 100 Camden High Street Camden, NW1 0LU
Doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start.
Price is £3 advance or £5 on the door. Please note, advance tickets are SOLD OUT. There may be limited availability on the door.
After another complete sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Stewart Lee returns to Laugh Out London to play one of the most intimate shows he’s played in years.
He’s the star of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle on BBC and producer of the Alternative Comedy Experience on Comedy Central. And of course, he’s Stewart Lee!
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
“Something quite special” – Chortle
“Warm, intelligent and beautifully written” – The List
“Unbelievably well-structured… an absolute pleasure to behold” **** – Broadway Baby
**** – ThreeWeeks
He’s the slightly insane genius who directed a sell-out run of the live version of Steven Speilberg’s Hook featuring an all-star cast of London’s best upcoming alternative comedians.
“undiluted madness” **** – The Skinny
One to Watch in 2013 – London Is Funny
Poems and jokes from this young comic.
MC – STUART LAWS
A unique mania that unites an audience like no other act.
“very funny” – The New York Post
“the Energiser Bunny… warm and daft… perversely endearing” – The Londonist
“laughs come thick and fast…definitely one to watch” Edinburgh 2011 Fest Mag review
“He engages with people masterfully and the whole thing feels impulsive and original” Edinburgh 2011 New Kid review
“charming and thoughtful” – Spoonfed