Camden comedy night

Comedy night in Camden on October 4th

Laugh Out London comedy night Camden Head October 4

Laugh Out London comedy club brings you 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. MAP

Tickets are £3

Buy your advance ticket for Laugh Out London comedy night in Camden on October 4th


Set to appear on the Stewart Lee-curated Alternative Comedy Experience, Nish is making a name for himself as one of the most exciting emerging talents in UK comedy.

He’s taken two crtically-acclaimed hours to Edinburgh already, exploring his relationship wiht his family, his cultural identity and being mistaken for Guardian journalists.

‘Slick, sharp and with oodles of charm, Nish Kumar is a comedian, and a bloody good one at that.’
**** Time Out

“he should be entertaining Edinburgh for years to come.”
**** The List

An award-winning stand up comedian, writer, and one third of the critically acclaimed sketch group Jigsaw (alongside Dan Antopolski and Nat Luurtsema).

He’s been on Live At The Electric (BBC3), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Sketchorama (BBC Radio 4), Rhod Gilbert’s Jest A Minute (BBC Wales), Phil’s Ill (Dave) and Arthur Smith’s Comedy Club (ITV), and has written for Mock The Week (BBC2), Stand Up For The Week (Channel 4) and 8 out of 10 Cats.

***** – ThreeWeeks

“The slightly deranged offspring of a menage a trois between Vic Reeves, Harry Hill and Floella Benjamin” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard


Surreal character and whimsy. He’s appeared on E4’s Show and Tell with Chris Addison and he’s met Arsene Wenger.

“Norris is one to watch and a real talent for the future.” – **** The Skinny

“He performs with indefatigable gusto and not a trace of pretension” London Is Funny

The star of Weirdo’s pantomine of Steven Speilberg’s Hook, playing the bewigged Captain James Shirley Hook with terrifying hilarity.

We don’t know what he’s going to do.

It should be fun.


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