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SOLD OUT Nick Helm and John Robins Fringe previews – July 19

19 July Laugh Out London Comedy Festival 2017 John Robins Nick Helm

Laugh Out London presents the third night of the Laugh Out London Comedy Festival 2017 at the Old Queens Head in Angel with a double bill of work in progress shows from Nick Helm and John Robins as they prepare for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe…

Date: Wednesday 19th July 2017
Venue: The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Rd, London, N1 8LN
Nearest station: Angel (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30pm, Start 8pm
Tickets: £6 advance, £8 on the door

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Masterworks in Progress ’17

After spending two years in the wilderness, international treasure Nick Helm (Dave’s Best Joke 2011) crawls his way back from the depths of hell to find the world he once loved has turned to piss and shit. Returning to Edinburgh armed with nothing but a heart full of hope and a work-in-progress show, Helm must now topple all the false idols and charlatans from their festering perches to teach the world once more how not to be a total f*cking c*nt. He is your saviour. Act grateful.

“Genuinely exciting” ★★★★★ – Telegraph
“Unique comedy” – Guardian
“There is no comic quite like Nick Helm” ★★★★ – Chortle
“A thrillingly unpredictable… Utterly exhilarating” ★★★★ – Time Out
“Very exciting” – Daniel Kitson

The Darkness of Robins

Guilt! Shame! Regret! Stand-up comedian, vibe magnet and London’s saddest DJ yells into a well for 55 minutes. The Elis James and John Robins show on Radio X has gained cult status for their beta male badinage, unproduceable riffing and willingness to discuss mental health with an upbeat, lyrical voice. Robins is one of the most exiting comic voices at the Fringe. In The Darkness Of Robins he reflects on love, loss, and laments the injustice that you can’t break up with yourself.

“He’s a cocky bugger onstage, is John Robins, but he can’t half back it up” ★★★★1/2 – Chortle
“Humane, interesting and consistently funny” ★★★★ – The Independent
“One of the most naturally gifted comedians I’ve seen” – Telegraph

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