Islington comedy night

Comedy in Angel – January 12



Angel 12th Jan Daniel Kitson cariad lloyd rhys james tom parry

Laugh Out London returns to Angel in 2016 with one hell of a line up! 

Please not there has been a significant change to the original line up as Rob Delaney is no longer available, All ticket holders have been informed of this change. Please reply to the email we have sent you if you require a refund.

Date: Tuesday 12th January 2016
Venue: The Old Queens Head, 144 Essex Rd, London, N1 8LN
Nearest station: Angel (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30, Start 8.00pm
Tickets: £8 Advance, £10 Door

Get your £8 Ticket Here!

That’s right Daniel Kitson! 2002 Perrier Comedy AwardWinner and regular crasher of websites.

“Coruscating stuff from a comic at the top of his game” – ***** The Telegraph
“a comedian who continues to demonstrate the peaks of emotional complexity of which stand-up is capable” – Chortle
“so enthralling that it is impossible to adequately sum up in words” – ***** British Comedy Guide

Edinburgh Comedy Awards – Best Newcomer Nominee 2015
One third for the amazing Pappy’s, Tom Parry’s energetic fringe debut “Yellow T-shirt”was a favorite for most fringe goers. Parry’s brand of anarchic fun isbrilliantly balanced by his ability to structure and pace material.

“Exuberant comedy… soul-nourishing quality of silliness”-**** The Guardian
“Guaranteed to make you feel good”- **** Chortle
“A puerile yet profound celebration of being alive” – **** Evening Standard

Star of BBC’s the Cariad Show and seen in Cardinal Burns,Badults, Crackanory, Toast of London and Inside No.9. Cariad is also a memberof the team behind Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel and wasnominated for Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer in 2011.

“totally unique & utterly outrageous” **** – TheSkinny
“The performance is priceless” **** – The Guardian

Edinburgh Comedy Awards – Best Newcomer Nominee 2015
Malcolm Hardee Comic Originality Award Nominee 2015
John Henry Falle, fringe veteran with the excellent Beta Males broke out on hisown as his alter ego The Story Beast. Half Old English gothic storyteller, halfJohnny Vegas, one quarter Brian Blessed. It’s pretty extraordinary.

“One of the wonders of the Fringe”- ***** The Mirror
“A literate, tightly constructed hour… a thing of wonder”- **** Fest
“White hot brilliance… one hell of an achievement”- **** Time Out

One of the funniest men on Twitter and in real life too.Rhys’ debut show in Edinburgh has lead to a jam packed Soho Theatre run and abag full of critical acclaim.

“Destined for great things… Charismatic, clever andself-aware” – The Guardian
“Rhys James is a cut above his humdrum peers” – **** The Independent
“Politics’ loss is comedy’s gain. The lad will go far” – **** Chor



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