Laugh Out London comedy club brings you a great night in Angel, Islington, featuring Edinburgh Fringe Best Show nominees Tony Law and Max & Ivan.
Venue is The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, Islington, London N1 8LN. MAP
Doors are 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
Tickets are £5 in advance, or £7 on the door.
Advance tickets are now SOLD OUT.
There will be limited tickets on the door.
Multi-award winning Tony, whose latest show has scooped him much critical acclaim and a Best Comedy Show nomination in Edinburgh, brings his own unique brand of delicious nonsense.
Having recently won the Chortle Award for Best Breakthrough Act and with appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, Law’s on his way to huge things. Catch him while you still can.
‘Tony Law takes a highly-enjoyable crap on comedy conventions, and manages to be clever in a way that doesn’t make you want to throttle him’ – Adam Buxton
‘Tony Law, the sherpa of stand-up, leads an expedition to undiscovered alpine uplands of laughter’ – Stewart Lee
★★★★★ – The Skinny
★★★★★ – Broadway Baby
★★★★ – Chortle
MAX AND IVAN
Another act with a hugely successful Fringe this year, the duo picked up a Best Show nomination for their narrative-focused sketch/character effort The Reunion.
They’ve had previous Fringe success too, picking up the Panel Prize in 2011 for their anarchic creation the Wrestling, whcih involved comedians and wrestling facing each other in the ring. With hilarious consequences. And a broken ankle for Max.
“Max and Ivan are the real deal” ★★★★ – The Guardian
“Ingeniously plotted and zingily executed” ★★★★- The Independent
“a feelgood hour of knockabout fun that packs an sentimental punch” ★★★★ – Chortle
Currently starring in Friday Night Dinner and Plebs, Tom is another emerging talent on the UK comedy scene.
Nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the British Comedy Awards 2011
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011
‘Talented upcoming star’ – Time Out
A real treat for true comedy connoisseurs, Ed Aczel has won praise from critics and comedy fans alike for is unique and downbeat brand of stand up. The New Yorker described his 2008 show as “one of the strangest, and finest, hours of live comedy I’d ever seen”. He’s one of the most original and brilliant acts on the circuit.
“Britain’s greatest entertainer” ★★★★★ -Time Out
“Perhaps Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian” – The Guardian
“Aczel turns unprofessionalism into an artform” ★★★★ – The Times
Nominated for Best Newcomer in the Chortle Awards, and the future is looking even more exciting for Hess. His high tempo, high energy stand up is one to be seen.
Chortle student comedy award-winner 2011
‘virtually batters the audience into laughter’ – Chortle
‘doesn’t so much raise the roof, as catapult it’ – Spoonfed