Laugh Out London returns to The Old Queen’s Head in Islington for another excellent bill of stand up talent, headlined by the incredible SARA PASCOE.
Date: Tuesday 11th October 2016
Venue: The Old Queens Head, 144 Essex Rd, London, N1 8LN
Nearest station: Angel (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30pm, Start 8pm
Tickets: £5 advance, £7 on the door
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. Sara has recently had massive success with her first book “Animal”.
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
Fern’s Edinburgh show “Male Commedine” was a massive success, bringing a huge wave of critical praise her way. TV appearances include the Stewart Lee curated Alternative Comedy Experience and 8 out of 10 Cats.
“Brady’s honesty is brutal…an astounding work.” – ***** The List
“quick-witted, acerbic stand-up from someone who could soon to be a household name.” – ***** The Skinny
“Great comic sensibility with moments of sparkling verve” -The Guardian
Fin absolutely stormed the Fringe this year with his bold look at white privilege (the brilliantly titled “Whitey McWhiteface”), which resulted in one of the most memorable shows of the festival . He’s also a member of cult comedy group the Bearpit Comedy Podcast Podcast.
“a serious talent with conviction and big jokes to spare” – **** Independent
“Taylor is a comic who’s mastered his swagger, and is fearlessly deploying it on a hotly relevant topic.” – **** ½ Chortle
Star of Channel 4’s Friday Night Dinner, ITV’s Plebs and BBC’s Flat TV, Tom is an emerging talent of the UK comedy scene.
“Talented upcoming star” – **** Time Out
“A clever comic who’s never afraid to look cocksure in the name of humour” -The Guardian