Laugh Out London comedy club returns to Angel, Islington, after another sell-out show.
This November, we feature writer of Dead Boss, 2011 Fringe Best Newcomer nominee and star of numerous panel shows and CBBC, Holly Walsh.
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. Or if you’re quick, you can get a £5 early bird ticket.
She co-wrote BBC’s murderously funny Dead Boss and picked up a Best Newcomer nomination for her hugely successful debut Edinburgh Fringe show the HollyCopter, which told the story of how she recovered after breaking her arm doing a stunt for CBBC.
Holly is also a regular on the panel show circuit, appearing on Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcock’s, 8 out of 10 Cats, You Have Been Watching, Would I Lie To You and the Matt Lucas Awards among other appearances.
“chirpy charm” **** – The Independent
“genuinely endearing” **** – Fest
Nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013 and a So You Think You’re Funny victory in 2012, Aisling’s star is well on the rise.
TV appearances include BBC’s Dead Boss, E4′s Cardinal Burns, ITV’s The Town and CBBC’s Fit alongside Peter Serafinowicz, Sara Pascoe and Humphrey Ker.
“A hugely accomplished debut” ***** – The Independent
“born comedian” **** – Chortle
“she’s got being funny in the bag” **** – The Guardian
Master satirist, founder of Political Animal and one half of The Bugle podcast, alongside the Daily Show’s John Oliver.
He’s appeared on Dave’s One Night Stand, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Newsnight, Russell Howard’s Good News and John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show for Comedy Central, and has written for Rory Bremner’s Bremner Bird and Fortune.
A Perrier Best Newcomer Nominee in 2001, with appearances on numerous Radio 4 and a regular on Radio 5′s 7 Day Sunday with Al Murray.
”The best political comedian in the business, Zaltzman lets loose a veritable torrent of jokes, facts, observations, very short stories, silly remarks and inspired asides… Zaltzman is breathtakingly good.”
One third of sketch favourites and Edinburgh Fringe Best Show nominees 2012 Pappy’s who have just starred in their own BBC show Badults. He’s also a rather nifty stand-up in his own right.
Away from Pappy’s he’s appeard on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Animal Antics and taken his show Adventure Party to the Fringe in 2011.
“who else is going to have a front row littered with nerds and geeks?” **** – The List