comedy camden london march 1st

Comedy night in Camden on March 1st – Bridget Christie, Mark Stephenson and more

comedy camden london march 1st

A comedy night of super fun comedy things at the Camden Head in Camden, London on March 1st, 2013.

We’ve sold out every one of these, so do buy in advance!

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Venue address is 100 Camden High Street Camden, NW1 0LU

Doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start
Line-up features:

Surrealist housewife and Radio 4 favourite, Christie is the new forefront of donkey-based feminist humour.

She has starred in a number of TV and radio comedies including Cardinal Burns on E4, Harry Hill’s “Little Internet Show”, Sarah Millican’s Support Group, Miranda Hart’s House Party and Dilemma.

Her latest show, War Donkey also featured on The Culture Show as one of Sue Perkins’ Top 5 Edinburgh shows and received 10 four star reviews. It was also one of GQ magazine’s Ten Essential Edinburgh shows. The Arts Desk said Bridget had “the best fart joke on the Fringe by a country mile”, which has made her very proud.

Nominated for Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards 2013 and one of TimeOut’s five comics to watch in 2013, Mark is a favourite of the critics and one of the most refreshing and intelligent emerging voices on the circuit.  With runner-up spots at both Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year and Laughing Horse already, Mark is a already tipped for a Best Newcomer nod at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. And we love him too!

“such a well-defined comic voice” – Chortle

Surreal character and whimsy. He’s appeared on E4′s Show and Tell with Chris Addison and he’s met Arsene Wenger.

“Norris is one to watch and a real talent for the future.” – **** The Skinny

“He does silly things about plugs.”

Half of Laugh Out London and a rising prop-based surrealist sort in his own right.

“The most naturally funny person I know” – Karl Schultz on Jow

“Something quite special” – Steve Bennett- Chortle on Matt

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march 12th new

Comedy night in Angel on March 12 – Rich Fulcher & more

march 12th new

Hold onto your thighs and hats, it’s another comedy night in Angel, London, brought to you by Laugh Out London.

Venue is The Old Queens Head, 44 Essex Road, Islington, London N1 8LN.

Doors are 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Tickets are £5 in advance, or £7 on the door.

Also you get the chance to buy your ticket to our next gig in Angel (15th April) with Tony Law and Stewart Lee! Click here for details.

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Line-up is:
Rich-Fulcher-comedyRICH FULCHER
Most well-known as Bob Fossil in the Mighty Boosh, Fulcher is one of the most exciting, unusual and hilarious acts in comedy.

He also starred in BBC’s Snuff Box and has appeared on Rich has guest starred on Children’s Hospital, The Sarah Silverman Program, Skins, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and loads more things. He’s very popular.

A brilliant live act too, Rich has had acclaimed runs at the Edinburgh Festival and on London’s South Bank.

claudia odohertyCLAUDIA O’DOHERTY
Nominated for the Fosters Comedy Award at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe for her Edinburgh show of ‘upsetting theatre’, Claudia is one of the most inspired, surreal and imaginative comics around.

“she knows exactly what she’s doing: demolishing theatrical and character-comedy conventions and pretensions in the very freshest and oddest way” **** The Telegraph

“a gifted physical performer with a hyperactive imagination” **** The Independent

Holly Burn

One of Laugh Out London’s favourite acts, surreal character act Holly was chosen as The Independent’s One To Watch in comedy for 2013.

An act that’s harder than most to define, Holly was also chosen as Harry Hill’s best comedy newcomer in the Radio Times.

“Burn is so adorable that both the men and the women in the audience fall in love with her. A natural with physical comedy… and her writing reveals some absolute gems. Bribe or blag your way into the H Club post- haste” – **** Chortle

“Sexy and bonkers like Twin Peaks” – Eddie Izzard

Suzi Ruffell

A newcomer whose debut Edinburgh Show was met with much praise last year.

She’s achieved a lot in a short time, supporting Kevin Bridges and Josh Widdicombe on tour and being named a finalist at Latitude New Act of the Year.

‘This is what talent looks like before it hits big’ – London Is Funny

Currently starring in Friday Night Dinner with Simon Bird, Tom is another emerging talent on the UK comedy scene.

Nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the British Comedy Awards 2011
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011

‘Talented upcoming star’ – TimeOut

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Comedy night camden December 7th

Alternative Christmas comedy in Camden – December 7th

Comedy night camden December 7th

Comedy night camden December 7th

Laugh Out London brings you a night of alternative comedy in at the Camden Head in Camden that will celebrate the festive season. Expect games, presents and funny people.

Venue address is 100 Camden High Street  Camden, NW1 0LU

Doors are 8pm for an 8.30pm start.

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Winner of the New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) 2012
Winner of Amused Moose Laugh-Off 2011
Winner of Cavendish Arms New Act 2011
Finalist of BBC New Comedy Award 2011, Up the Creek One to Watch and Latitude New Act of the Year 2011
One of London is Funny’s 10 comics to watch in 2012
Appearances on Chris Moyles’ Comedy Empire

“Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close.” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

Part of the Pleasance Comedy Reserve at this year’s Fringe, Kearns is a mainc newcomer with lots of praise.

“Weird, room-splitting lunacy that’s certain to get talked about… his unwavering commitment to the absurd cannot be doubted in such a forceful performance.”
Steve Bennett – Chortle, 2012

They said it would never happen again, but Grainne Maguire (write for BBC Radio 4, 8 out of 10 Cats) and Lou Sanders (writer for Stand Up for the Week, ‘Destined for hugeness.’ TimeOut) are back together as all-star duo Turonimo Numpty. Expect huge things.

Surreal newcomer with a delightful bent for the whimsical absurd.

“Phil O’Shea’s ingenious drawings perfectly complement his quirky and deceptively cerebral humour’ – Fest

Former Cambridge Footlight who’s now a character comedian who’s performed sketches for the BBC with sketch group Christmas For Two

“A wonderfully full hour… as good as it gets… It was a genuine pleasure to spend an hour with her” - Chortle

One half of LOL, and an emerging newcomer in his own right.

“precocious Fringe fave” ThisWeek London
“Very funny” – New York Post

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Natural Disasters comedy night in Camden on November 29

Boyd & Laws’ Natural Disasters – comedy in Camden on November 29th

Natural Disasters comedy night in Camden on November 29

Natural Disasters comedy night in Camden on November 29

In the town of Hathersage, Ohidaho there is trouble brewing. Situated on a fault line and smack bang in the middle of tornado alley, it is due for a “big one”.

On November 29th 2012 that big one is due to hit. Hurry down to The Camden Head in Camden where volcanologist Stuart Laws and storm chaser Chris Boyd will have constructed a makeshift shelter, designed to protect you from the elements. Once inside, relax, and enjoy an education, as Chris and Stuart tell you everything you need to know about dust devils, magma pools and the town of Hathersage itself.

They will be joined by special guests from the town, including  Matt Highton and Nish Kumar, who will be giving you top survival tips and helping to keep you distracted from the rage of mother nature outside the shelter.

Venue: Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, NW1 0LU
Date: Thursday November 29th
Doors: 7.45pm
Cost: FREE

James Acaster

Comedy night in Soho on September 25

James Acaster

James Acaster

Laugh Out London brings you a new material comedy night at The Queens Head by Piccadilly Circus in Soho featuring Fosters Best Comedy Show nominee at the Edinburgh Fringe this year James Acaster.

Hosted by Jay Cowle, doors are 8pm for an 8.20pm start on Tuesday September 25.

The venue address is 15 Denman St, London, W1D 7HN.

And tickets are only £3 and availble in advance from


James Acaster

Fosters Best Comedy Show nominee, Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Star of E4′s Show and Tell and featured in Russell Howard’s Good News.

“A mixed style of story-telling and philosophising that hasn’t been perfected so well since possibly Daniel Kitson.” ★★★★★ – Edinburgh Evening News

★★★★★ – London Is Funny
★★★★ – The List
★★★★ – British Comedy Guide
★★★★ – Spoonfed

Nick Sun

Winner So You Tink You’re Funny and Raw. A bit mad, but good

Ali Brice

Prop-based mayhem

Alex Holland

Quips and jokes and funnies and stories

Tom Meek

He’s okay

MC – Jay Cowle

TONIGHT! Beta Males and Sad Faces – sketch comedy in Camden on July 24th

The Monarch, Camden, NW1 8BG (MAP)

Tuesday July 24th – doors 8pm for 8.30pm start

Beta Males and Sad Faces

Beta Males Edinburgh Fringe preview

Beta Males


Critically acclaimed sketch storytellers return after two sell-out Fringes with the secret history of the British Space Programme and why you’ve never heard of it.

Professor Brian Brilliance vows Blighty will get to the moon before the Americans and Soviets if it kills him. Or them. Or everyone else.

A sketch-comedy blasting off in T-minus… 1969.

Top 10 EdFringe Show Amused Moose Laughter Awards 2011

Chortle Best Character or Sketch Act nominees

***** – Three Weeks
***** – Broadway Baby
***** – Spoonfed
***** – Fringe Guru

“Highly inventive… Elegantly written and exquisitely performed… one of the most exciting, gloriously funny acts out there.“ Time Out

“Original sketch comedy… impressive.” The Guardian


Sad Faces

Journey into the minds of Sad Faces! Witness the destruction of their friendship in one fateful day! Ascertain that they remember that day differently! Wonder at the wobbly cardboard props and flimsy costumes!Enjoy those complimentary and gratuitous exclamation marks!

An ambitious show that dares to blend live sketch comedy with a paying audience, everyone leaves happy (or no-one leaves).

****- side-splittingly funny” – Broadway Baby

“mature, robust and polished… catch this gem before it’s standing room only” – Edinburgh Evening News

**** – a hefty slice of comedy pie… don’t miss this, so you can say ‘I saw them when…’” – Three Weeks

Tickets on sale now! Just £3!