Laugh Out London comedy club launches a new evening of comedy fun at The Lion in Stoke Newington on Sunday September 21.
The first show will feature the brilliant Liam Williams, Nish Kumar and Tom Craine as well other great comedy acts.
Date: Sunday September 21 2014
Venue: The Lion, 132 Stoke Newington Church St, London N16 0JX (Click here for map)
Nearest station: Stoke Newington Rail
Time: Doors 6.30pm, Start 7pm
Tickets: £3 advance, £5 on the door
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show nominee 2014
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2013
“This is already extraordinary, a shatteringly funny set from a comic who’s not ashamed to take the business of being alive seriously” ***** – The Guardian
“If you like your comedy to be intelligent, inventive, thought-provoking and delivered with a passion, urgency and enthusiasm then you’re going to love Nish Kumar’s show: ***** – TimeOut
“a tight, smart set from a comic who confesses self-absorption while engaging expansively with the way we live now” **** – The Guardian
“Nish Kumar is the Asian answer to John Oliver” **** – Chortle
Sex and the Single Guy columnist for Cosmopolitan and writer for British Comedy Award nominated The Last Leg
“Craine keeps the laughs coming regularly and hard but also throws in feeling and sentiment with it” **** – Chortle
***** – ThreeWeeks
Character comedian set to appear in ITV’s Bad Bridesmaids
“This is character comedy at its best” **** – Broadway Baby
“scaring and engaging the audience in equal measure” **** – The Skinny
Young musical comic from Scotland who delivers Josie Long style whimsical charm. She’s supported Frankie Boyle and been to Nando’s with Kim Noble.
“Eleanor Morton is a delight – clever, inventive and super funny” – Josie Long’
“This was followed by the scatty, ukulele-toting young comedian Eleanor Morton, whose oddball demeanor and superbly timed gags should mean we’ll be seeing more of her in the future” – Edinburgh Evening News
MC – MATTHEW HIGHTON
One of our favourite acts of all time. Innit.
“Highton has the storyteller’s gift of being able to make much out of very little, being able to vividly conjure up emotions he felt at the time and get the audience to share them here and now.” **** – Chortle