After a great first show Laugh Out London comedy club returns to The Lion in Stoke Newington on Sunday October 19.
The night features 2x Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show nominee SAM SIMMONS
Date: Sunday October 19 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: £4 adv, £5 door
Surreal, fun Australian who has appeared on the Stewart Lee-curated Alternative Comedy Experience
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show nominee 2011 and 2014
WINNER Adelaide Fringe Festival Best Comedy Award 2011
WINNER Sydney Comedy Festival Director’s Choice Award
“Unadulterated and awesome absurdity.” ★★★★★ The Telegraph
“I’m not sure I have ever laughed as loudly or for as long” ★★★★★ – The Skinny
“I think this is what your dreams look like when you’ve drunk too much absinthe, and I loved it.” – ★★★★ The Times
“Relentlessly silly and hysterically funny.” -Time Out
David’s mix of slick computerised visuals, righteous anger and sharp satirical mind has seen him become one of the most exciting comics on the circuit.
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee 2012
“If only everyone had Trent’s finely-tuned antenna for bullshit, and eloquence in calling it, we’d all be better off.” – ★★★★ Chortle
“An absolute triumph as his satire and visual dynamics all come together to make some hilarious and unique comedy.” – ★★★★ The Mirror
“A first rate comic mind” -The Guardian
Karl returns as everyone’s favourite New York artist Matthew Kelly.
“I predict big things” -Harry Hill
“’A man with the sort of X factor that suggests he could become something a bit special’ -London Is Funny
“Schultz always adds an unpredictable, creative and somewhat unnerving edge to his act… Gloriously silly” -Time Out
Wild character comic who’s recently been on Bad Bridesmaids.
“Burn is so adorable that both the men and the women in the audience fall in love with her. A natural with physical comedy… and her writing reveals some absolute gems. Bribe or blag your way into the H Club post- haste” – ★★★★ Chortle
“Sexy and bonkers like Twin Peaks” – Eddie Izzard
One third of sketch legends Pappy’s and star of BBC’s Badults.
Appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 out of 10 Cats, and Josh Widdicombe’s XFM show.
“Winsome and charming” – The Independent
“Devastatingly caustic and humorous.” – The List