Camden comedy night

SOLD OUT Apocalypse survivor’s club in Camden – April 1

comedy camden april 2016

The world has been destroyed, it’s time to rebuild culture. Join ANDY BARR and the last remaining humans in existence in the safety of Camden Comedy Club and take a night off from defending yourself against mutated animals.

Date: Friday 1st April 2016
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: Advance £4, doors £5


Join us for an evening of sketch, comedy, art and fighting off radiation poisoning featuring the following talented survivors…

“This could be the end of comedy as we know it” – ***** The Mirror
“the undisputed buzz comedy of this year” – **** The Guardian
“Gadd has produced the must-see show of this year’s Fringe” – **** Independent
“Takes convention and bashes it around with the brutality of a street fighter” – ****1/2 Chortle

Best Newcomer nominee at the Edinburgh Fringe 2012

“The overall feeling is of being held hostage by an unhinged genius, toying with you as he decides your fate.” **** – Chortle
“In a festival where unique events are apparently celebrated but actually too few and far between amid a sea of utter predictability, Ben Target is a breath of fresh, daft air.” – The List

Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominees 2014
Sketch duo whose debut hour at the Fringe received widespread critical acclaim as did their follow up in 2015..

“an undeniable talent for character-driven skits” – **** Time Out
“Brilliant sketch comedy from start to last” – ***** The Mirror
***** – The Sunday Times
****- The Skinny

Rising character comedian Gabby has been gaining attention since winning the Funny Women competition in 2012. Since then she has gone on to appear on Live at the Electric (BBC3) as her alter ego Marijana, health and happiness guru to the stars.

“Best’s character comedy is sweet and sharply improvised” – The List
“Inspired performance” -The Telegraph

A real treat for true comedy connoisseurs, Ed Aczel has won praise from critics and comedy fans alike for is unique and downbeat brand of stand up. The New Yorker described his 2008 show as “one of the strangest, and finest, hours of live comedy I’d ever seen”. He’s one of the most original and brilliant acts on the circuit.

“Britain’s greatest entertainer” ★★★★★ -Time Out
“Perhaps Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian” – The Guardian
“Aczel turns unprofessionalism into an artform” ★★★★ – The Times


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