Comedy nights

Comedy in Victoria Park – April 23 SOLD OUT


Laugh Out London comedy club returns to The People’s Park Tavern by Victoria Park with a show featuring star of BBC’s Crims ELIS JAMES & Alt-comedy hero HARRY HILL

Date: Thursday April 23, 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: £4 Early Bird, £6 advance, £7 door



Star of BBC’s Crims and panel show regular, he also hosts the wonderful Elis James and John Robins show on XFM.

‘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


Popping into Laugh Out London again to try out some new bits and bobs It’s Harry Hill! You know, from TV Burp and Channel 4’s Harry Hill show and now Stars in Their Eyes.

He’s also an incredible stand-up too winning Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 1992 and being nominated for Best Show in 1994.


Up and coming stand up who has supported David Baddiel on tour. Plus he’s the funniest man on Twitter.

Nominee – Chortle Best Newcomer
Winner – Chortle student comedy award
‘virtually batters the audience into laughter’ – Chortle
‘doesn’t so much raise the roof, as catapult it’ – Spoonfed


Member of cult comedy group the Bearpit Comedy Podcast and rising stand-up.

Appearances on Russell Howard’s Good News and Josh Widdicombe’s XFM show

“Highly rated up-and-comer” – Guardian
“Original, Distinctive and Fresh” – Chortle


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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