Laugh Out London comedy club returns to the Camden Head in Camden after a summer break with a very special Alternative Pick of the Fringe show.
We’ve chosen four of the most interesting and experimental acts with shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year and brought them together in one awesome bill of weird and wonderful comedy.
Date: Friday 4th September 2015
Venue: The Camden Head, 100 Camden High St, London NW1 0LU
Nearest tube: Camden Town (7 minutes walk)
Time: Doors 8pm, Start 8.30pm
Tickets: £4 advance, £5 door
Twitter star Adam received huge acclaim for his debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, which was the perfect showcase for his silly, energetic humour.
“Fast, funny, and vibrant, this is an assured debut from a man who deserves all the ‘one-to-watch’ tips he attracts” – **** Chortle
“An hour of almost non-stop jokes, spoken at breakneck speeds by a guy who is going places” – **** Broadway Baby
“One to watch…” -Time Out
**** – The Public Reviews ****- Arts Award Voice
Bizarre and anarchic character comedy that you wont forget. Winner of the Malcolm Hardee award for comic originality in 2014
“Hilarious full-on insanity that’s rarely matched” – Chortle
“Intense, anarchic, and near-hysterical shows are a gem in the Fringe. This is one” – **** The Skinny
Sketch duo who have been making waves with their naval themed show “LetLuce in Sea Men (A Naval Tale)” (Making waves? Yeah?!)
“A big, daft hour of comedy that could make the most grizzled seaman crack a smile” – **** Chortle
“This is, fundamentally, a joyful hour of storytelling” – **** The Skinny
“Wonderful off the wall genius, a must see for anyone of a silly persuasion” – ****½
Pat’s Edinburgh show this year was another mix is his ecentric stand up and playful oldie time songs given a silly twist. Always a delight to watch.
“The sheer joy and silliness in Cahill’s material is irresistibly funny” – **** Time Out
“Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
James (veteran of wonderfully dark sketch group Casula Violence) broke out on his own the year with his own solo show “James Hamilton is so Lonely”, A tale of time travel and rejection. His one man sketch narrative was clever and inventive and shows an imagination that few could rival at the festival.
“a host of strange characters and twisted time-travel adventures which are as painful to watch as they are hilarious” – **** The Skinny
“a truly talented comedian” -**** Arts Award Voice
MC: Joz Norris
A Laugh Out London regular who always impresses with his affable charm and brilliant imagination.