We’re back at the Old Queen’s Head on Monday 10th June with one of our all-time faves, HARRY HILL.
Date: Monday 10th June 2019
Venue: The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Rd, London, N1 8LN
Nearest station: Angel (7 minute walk)
Time: Doors 7.30pm, Start 8pm
Tickets: £7 advance, £8 on the door
It’s Harry Hill. You know, from TV Burp and Channel 4’s Harry Hill show and loads of others. He’s also an incredible stand-up too winning Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 1992 and being nominated for Best Show in 1994. He’s popping by to do some new material.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee 2017
“There’s a disconcerting energy about Lucy Pearman, which makes it almost impossible not to laugh” – ★★★★ Scotsman
“gleefully silly… there’s an admirable self-assurance” – ★★★★ Fest
“engrossing…it might be very silly, the show captures the true spirit of what Edinburgh Fringe Festival is all about” – ★★★★ The Wee Review
Star of Viceland’s “Bobby And Harriet Get Married” and tour support for Katherine Ryan and Kerry Godliman, Harriet is one of the most original voices on the circuit. She has an honest, frank and funny approach to stand up. She also appeared on this year’s list of top 20 one liners for the Edinburgh Fringe in The Telegraph.
“Neurotic and squeaky and a little bit crazy but most definitely joyful” ★★★★ – Scotsman
“A very funny new stand up her style is refreshingly original and she’s a seriously good writer” – Time Out
Luke McQueen is a critically acclaimed, maverick of the Edinburgh fringe whose BBC series, The Luke McQueen Pilots, was nominated for a National Television Award.
‘Nervous laughs at the unpredictability of a lunatic merge into heartier guffaws for his bold set pieces, raw potency and inspired ideas’ Chortle
‘McQueen knows the rules of comedy and he enjoys burning them’ Broadway Baby
‘A monstrously overgrown baby that has burst free of its play-pen…McQueen makes the room crackle with life’ The Guardian
“A comic you should definitely see immediately is Luke McQueen… Impeccable timing and a grandmaster of chaos” Edinburgh Evening News
“To spend an hour when it feels like genuinely anything can happen is a real treat” The List
“A true maverick” The Scotsman
And more TBC!