Comedy nights

Comedy night in Islington – February 10


Laugh Out London comedy club returns to The Old Queen’s Head in Angel with another great night of eclectic comedy featuring ELIS JAMES. (Katherine Ryan was originally billed as performing but has had to pull out).

Date: Tuesday February 10, 2015
Venue: The Old Queens Head, 144 Essex Rd, London, N1 8LN
Nearest station: Angel (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30, Start 8pm
Tickets: £5

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Star of BBC’s Crims and panel show regular

‘This is as riotous an hour as you’re going to get in Edinburgh, an absolute cracker of an hour’s stand-up storytelling’ Chortle ★★★★

‘He hypnotises the audience into loving him. There’s also a laugh every ten seconds or so which overall makes it a complete joy’  Time Out

‘An intensely likable performer, he manages to get the audience to share in the heat of his unlikely passion, and you’ll be rooting for him throughout his various misadventures’ Guardian

Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Show Nominee 2013
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer Nominee 2007
Star of Channel 4’s Man Down with Greg Davies

“Poignant, hilarious and a little bit wrong” ***** – Daily Express

***** -Telegraph
***** – The List
**** -Sunday Times
**** – Chortle

WINNER So You Think You’re Funny 2009 New Act Award
NOMINEE Chortle Best Newcomer Award
Regular on Josh Widdicombe’s XFM show

“He tackles his choice of subjects with an intelligent, eloquent wit, and is wonderfully self-aware about his lack of life experience” **** – Time Out
“The intelligence and maturity of Ivo Graham is remarkable” **** – Three Weeks

“in the vanguard of the new alternative comedians doing intrepid and interesting things with the artform” **** – Chortle
“an electric, challenging, and unique performance” ***** – Broadway Baby
“The show starts with McQueen near-naked and catatonic under a black sheet” – The Guardian

Writer for a multitude of shows on Radio 4 and television, including The News Quiz and 8 out of 10 Cats

“An engaging and natural performer with deep reserves of excitable energy. Can employ understatement with the dry mastery of a Father Ted script.” Chortle

“Highly promising, delightfully quirky – has a big future ahead of her” Time Out.

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