Comedy nights

Comedy night in Islington on October 8 – Bridget Christie


Bridget Christie returns to Laugh Out London after her trumph at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 where she won Best Show at the Fosters Comedy Awards for her incredibly funny feminist polemic A Bic For Her.

Venue is The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, Islington, London N1 8LN. MAP

Doors are 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Tickets are £6 in advance, or £8 on the door.




WINNER of Best Show at the Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2013.

Star of BBC Radio 4’s Bridget Christie Minds the Gap, BBC2’s It’s Kevin, and Comedy Central’s Alternative Comedy Experience, returns to Laugh out London with here unique brand of silly and surreal humour.

“’Most original act I’ve seen for years” – Harry Hill
“Avant-garde comedian of prodigious talent” – Guardian
“Utterly entertaining”- The Times
“Hilarious” – The Observer

***** – The Independent
***** – The Skinny
**** – The Scotsman
**** – Chortle
**** – The Guardian


One of the most famous faces in comedy, appearing on pretty much every great British comedy show of the past 25 years, including: Brass Eye, Smack the Pony, 15 Storeys High, Spaced, The IT Crowd, Look Around You, Packing Them In, Black Books, Big Train, World of Pub, The Sunday Show, Comedy Nation, Cows, Jam, I Am Not an Animal, I’m Alan Partridge, The Sofa of Time, Attention Scum!, Nighty Night, Green Wing, Jammin’, Nathan Barley, Hyperdrive, Saxondale and his own brilliant sketch show It’s Kevin.

His live show Kevin Eldon is Titting About won great acclaim at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe and he’s back on the live circuit to showcase a glorious world of hyperactive characters.

***** – Chortle
***** – The Daily Telegraph
**** – The Independent


Now a two-time nominee for Best Show at the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards after a startlingly brilliant show in 2013, Acaster returns to Laugh Out London with even more confirmation of his brilliance.

“a brilliantly devised piece of comic complexity” – ***** Edinburgh Evening News

“Acaster is doing something wholly different and has quickly found his own comedy voice. It’s one that we should all be shouting about from the rooftops.” – **** The List

“Terrific” – **** The Daily Telegraph

***** – ThreeWeeks


Musical comedy and waistcoasts, We Are Goose entertained all at Edinburgh this year with a rollicking musical about the life of the surgeon John Hunter. We’re excited for what they get up to next.

“Goose has the affable air of an passionate academic, a real ‘swivel-eyed loon’ full of zeal for his eccentric subject” – Chortle

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