Victoria Park Comedy Night

Comedy night in Victoria Park – May 28

28th May Viccy Park

Laugh Out London is once again back at the lovely People’s Park Tavern for more fun with suave Frenchman MARCEL LUCONT topping the bill.

Date: Thursday May 28th, 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 Advance £6 on the door

Get your £4 ticket here

MARCEL LUCONT

Alexis Dubus​’s Gallic creation is the peak of character comedy.

The irresistible Frenchman has appeared on BBC’s Live at the Electric, Russell Howard’s Good News and had huge success at Fringe festivals across the world. His 2012 Edinburgh show took home The Amused Moose Laughter Award.

“The punchlines shine without any presentational trickery. The writing here is often impeccable” – **** Chortle
“Fresh, accessible and hilarious” – The Guardian
“Wonderful French wit… A pitch-perfect performance… Superb stuff” – Time Out 

DAVID TRENT

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 

MASSIVE DAD

Sketch Trio whose debut Edinburgh hour had a whole load of critical praise. They have been named as one of Time Out’s “Ones To Watch”

“Brimming with smart, unexpected jokes” – **** TimeOut
“Their deconstructionist sketches are a creative tour-de-force, as thread-bare and yet as elegantly and elaborately crafted as the Bayeux Tapestry” – ***** Three weeks
“Even the throwaway jokes are hilarious” -The Guardian
“For an idea of what comedy’s future might look like, I look towards acts like Massive Dad” – The Independent 

JESSIE CAVE

Jessie is a proper brill comedy person whose character comedyis half nonsense and half  nervous breakdown. You might recognise her from Simon Amstell’s Grandma’s House, she’s also an ex-national tennis player and county swimmer. How about that?

“It’s character comedy of the highest order… beautifully observed, superbly nuanced and brilliantly performed” -***** Gigglebeats
“Confident and distinctive” Guardian
“Charming” – **** The Independent
***** Three Weeks

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