Laugh Out London comedy club returns to The People’s Park Tavern with a show featuring SARA PASCOE.
Date: Thursday February 26, 2015
Venue: The People’s Park Tavern, 360 Victoria Park Road, E9 7BT
Nearest station: Homerton (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30pm, start 8pm
Tickets: £5 adv, £7 door
Please note at short notice Tony Law had to pull out. Original tickets still valid. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquires.
Out and out one of the most interesting and funny acts on the circuit. Telly appearances include Live at the Apollo, QI, The Thick of it & Never Mind The Buzzcocks.
Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award 2014 – Best Show Nominee
“Always clever and sometimes exquisite- The Independent
“This keeps the audience on its toes intellectually without stinting on humour” **** -The Guardian
“hugely enjoyable” **** – The Evening Standard
****- The Independent **** -Time Out ****- Chortle
NOMINEE Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show 2012, 2013, 2014
Appearances on every TV comedy panel show going and the writer and star of James Acaster’s findings on Radio 4
“This is stand-up of the highest, most playful order” -**** The Guardian
“A superb set-builder, with inspired callbacks and a clever climax” – **** The Independent
“A highly distinctive work from one of comedy’s most original voices” **** Evening Standard
GEIN’S FAMILY GIFTSHOP
The Manchester based sketch group have taken the circuit by storm with their slightly twisted but deliciously funny act leading to critical acclaim and a Soho theatre run.
Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2014 Best Newcomer nominees
Chortles Comedy Awards 2015 Best Newcomer & Character or Sketch Act nominees
“A joy to watch, provided you don’t suffer from a nervous disposition” — *****The Skinny
“the kind of sensibility that would unsettle even the darkest League of Gentlemen fan” — *****The Sunday Times
“A blistering debut hour of twisted, surreal humour” — **** The Metro
Danish comedian who’s been described as ‘one to watch’ by TimeOut among heaps of praise
WINNER Laughing Horse New Act Of the Year
RUNNER-UP Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year
“The consistency of the quality and her instantly likeable demeanor coupled with her obvious enjoyment of performing made her a worthy winner” – Chortle