Laugh Out London returns to the Dogstar in Brixton for another night of cracking comedy for just a fiver. This month’s headliner is four time Edinburgh comedy award nominee James Acaster!
Date: Tuesday October 20th 2015
Venue: The Dogstar, 389 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8LQ
Nearest station: Brixton (5 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30pm, start 8pm (latecomers may not be admitted)
Tickets: £5 advance, £7 door
THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT
NO TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR
Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
Laugh Out London Favourite James has been probably the most consistently funny comic in the UK for the last 5 years. Appearances on Mock the Week, Nevermind the Buzzcocks and 8 out of 10 Cats.
“One of comedy’s most original voices” – Evening Standard
“Sharp and original” – ****½ Chortle
“The best of freeform standup underpinned by delightfully complex comic architecture” – **** The Guardian
“He really is rewriting the comedy rulebook” – **** Time Out
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
One third of the multi-award winning sketch troupe Pappy’s and an awesome stand-up in his own right . As well as writing and staring in BBC3’s Badults Matthew has appeared on 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Celebrity Fifteen to One and 8 Out of 10 Cats does Countdown.
“Winsome and charming” – The Independent
“who else is going to have a front row littered with nerds and geeks?” **** – The List
Super silly and fun Sam Fletcher made his name as Tim Key’s tech before breaking out on his own. His debut show was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards. His style of combining silly drawings with daft magic has led him to be described as a mixture of Tommy Cooper and Josie Long.
“An uplifting hotch-potch packed with content… Put simply no other show has made me smile so much this year” – **** The Independent
“what I come to Edinburgh for….the fun of subversion and the pleasure of seeing a man more in control than he likes to let on” – **** The Times.
MC: TOM WEBB
Without doubt one of the best MC’s on the circuit Tom has won critical acclaim for his Edinburgh shows including Three Weeks Editors’ Award.
“Ingenious and fresh” – Time Out
“He is dynamite, wrangling a laugh out of every single audience chat… Mega recommended” – The Skinny
“Tom Webb is a cheeky, inventive, damn funny fellow… One of the best MCs on the circuit” – London Is Funny
Categories: Brixton comedy night