Laugh Out London returns to The Lion in Stoke Newington for an evening of new material from some excellent comedians – including Foster’s Best Newcomer Nominee 2012, David Trent.
Trent will be ably supported by Sunil Patel, Eleanor Morton and Alexander Bennett.
Date: Sunday March 22nd 2015
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
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
Deadpan, downbeat Sunil Patel’s sharply crafted gags have taken him to the final of numerous high profile competitions and earned him a spot as one of Time Out’s ‘Ones To Watch’
“A deviously sharp writer” – Time Out
Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee 2013
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
Maniacal, self-styled cult leader, Alexander Bennett’s twisted gags and Draconian ideas for new laws have gained him plaudits from many places – not least comedy royalty, Harry Hill.
“Witty, weird and dark, the one to watch out for: at the spearhead of a wave of great new comics. All hail Alexander Bennett!” – Harry Hill
“Very funny” – BBC
Categories: Stoke Newington comedy night