Camden comedy night

Video game comedy night in Camden – December 4

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Laugh Out London comedy club continues its run of experimental comedy nights with an evening dedicated to the world of computer games.

A group of London’s most inventive alternative comedians will recreate and pay homage to some of the greatest button bashers in history, from Italian plumbers to speedy hedgehogs to large breasted archaeologists.

And the evening will be hosted by the Gamesmaster himself (Matthew Highton).

Date: Friday 4th December 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: £3 adv, £5 door

Buy your £3 ticket here

Acts include:

Matthew Highton as the Gamesmaster
“Highton has the storyteller’s gift”- **** Chortle
“Wonderful surrealism” -The Guardian

Edinburgh Comedy Awards best Newcomer Nominees 2015
“Consistently funny and surprising” – The Telegraph

Paul Foxcroft
“A vibrant and articulate sense of mischief” The Times

Jordan Brookes
“Performance skills to spare and an innovative approach running through this assured debut like lettering in seaside rock” – **** Chortle

Harriet Kemsley
“Excellent Writing” – Chortle
“Funny bones” – Bruce Dessau

Annie McGrath
“a unique and exciting prospect… Genuinely brilliant” – Whats On London
“’Laidback, freewheeling… Endearingly low-fi” -The List

Gareth Morinan
“Gareth Morinan is going places” **** – The Skinny

Sooz Kemper
“Clearly a born performer… instantly engaging, delightfully quirky and bubbling over with energy” – **** Chortle

Darren Maskell
“Kafka-inspired” – Chortle

Buy your £3 ticket here

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