The Camden Head
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Andrew Doyle: Future Tense
Satirical comedy from the stand-up.
Archie Maddocks & Tom Ward: Works-In-Progress
Archie Maddocks road tests his new show IlluminArchie, plus Tow Ward tries out his latest routine.
Ben Van Der Velde: Sidekick
The stand-up pays homage to the men and women who clean up the mess made by the Sherlocks and Yogi Bears of the world.
The award-winning comedian presents a show about her Bat Mitzvah, accompanied by her parents.
Chris Betts: Bewilderbeest (WIP)
Sceptical, ludicrous and hilarious satire and silliness from the comic.
Christopher Bliss' Literary Salon
Novelist Christopher Bliss has decided to share his wit and wisdom with aspiring writers at this monthly Literary Salon.
Drop-in sessions for developing performance skills.
Couple Of Pricks Comedy Night
Award-nominated comedians James Loveridge and Abigoliah Schamaun host a night of comedy, challenges and debauched fun with some of the funniest acts on the UK circuit.
Danny Ward: Work-In-Progress
Prior to his appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe, the comedian road tests his latest act.
Darren Harriott & Andy Field: Work-In-Progress
New material from Jimmy Carr's support act, Harriott and Chortle Student Comedy Award 2015 winner, Field.
Ed Gamble: Work In Progress
Cheeky wit and gags as the acclaimed stand-up tries out some new material.
Stand-ups from across the circuit perform new material, with host Mae Martin.
Funmbi Omotayo & Eshaan Akbar: Work In Progress
Cultural observations and storytelling about growing up in London and moving to Lagos, delivered with Funmbi's trademark calm and charismatic style. Plus witty gags and banter from 2016 Piccadilly Comedian of the Year and rising star, Akbar.
Gabriel Ebulue: Hip-Punk (Work-In-Progress)
The comedian and music journalist breaks down the trials and tribulations of having a unique taste in music.
Hampstead Comedy Club
DOORS OPEN: 7.45pm: SHOW STARTS: 8.30pm In our 23rd great year and included in Time Out's list of 'Top Ten London Venues' this is another of our regular Saturday night comedy cabaret shows featuring a mixture of the best established comedians on the London circuit and some promising newcomers too. Running time about…
Ivor Dembina: Old Jewish Jokes
A fun, revealing and truthful story which also provides an excellent opportunity to hear once again some of the world's favourite old Jewish Jokes.
James Loveridge & Abigoliah Schamaun
Both comedians are roadtesting new material on the night.
James Loveridge & Friend: Work-In-Progress
The comedian and a guest road test new routines prior to appearances at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Wed 26 Apr
John Hastings: Work-In-Progress
The Canadian comic storyteller presents his latest material in front of an audience.
Jordan Brookes & John Kearns: Work-In-Progress
Brookes attempts to pay tribute to his nan while trying not to self-sabotage with daft faces and alienating outbursts, and Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner John Kearns delivers another round of absurdist and eccentric humour.
Ken Cheng & Tom Ward: Work-In-Progress
New material from Cambridge University drop-out and professional poker player, Cheng, and BBC Radio New Comedy Awards 2014 finalist, Ward.
Kwame Asante & Norris And Parker
Eccentric sketch and character comedy from the Mancunian twosome, and intelligent humour from Ghanaian stand-up and qualified doctor, Asante.
The Lady's & Gentleman's Club
Tales of daring-do, marvellous inventions, musical curiosities and laughs aplenty.
Loren O’Brien: Work-In-Progress
The up-and-coming comedian talks about her aspirations to become the first female president of the United States, despite her lack of knowledge and interest in politics.
Nathan Cassidy And Friends
The award-winning comedian explores bravery in a volatile world, plus appearances from other acts.
Nathan Cassidy: The Man In The Arena
The award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy explores bravery in a volatile world.
Nathan Cassidy: Watch This. Love Me. It's Deep
The award-winning writer and comedian presents a one-man, real-life love story, telling the tale of how he met the love of his life in a swimming pool, at the tender age of 15.
Natural Born Storytellers
All are welcome in this open mic spot.
Old Jewish Jokes
Show starts 6pm (Doors open 5.30pm). The Edinburgh Fringe's most successful ever Jewish comedy show. Full details and information at www.oldjewishjokes.co.uk
Paul Duncan McGarrity: Ask An Archaeologist
A different style of stand-up from the artists as he engages in a conversation between the audience and him about archaeology.
The Rat Pack Presents
A new series of stand-up shows from the people behind critically acclaimed The Rat Pack stand-up comedy.
Richard Todd: Sellotape
A mixture of observational comedy and storytelling from the award-winning act.
Rob Carter Is Christopher Bliss
The 2011 Chortle Student Comedy Award-finalist and winner of the 2012 Musical Comedy Award takes geeking-out to a new level in this unapologetically nerdy show.
Sara Pascoe And Angela Barnes Edinburgh Previews
Hello! Two new shows and a whole lot of fun! xx P.s. venue is in CAMDEN, don't go to the Angel one and shout when you're late xx
Sara Pascoe And Sarah Callaghan Edinburgh Previews
Hello! Come and see two Sara(h)s, but only one of them spelled their name correctly! New shows! Big Fun! xx P.s. the venue is IN CAMDEN not Angel, don't go to wrong one!
Thu 1 Jun
£7.70 / 020 7485 4019
Sat 25 Mar
Sat 1 Apr
Sat 8 Apr
Stand Up & Slam!
Six acts go head-to-head for your approval as poetry and comedy collide with unexpected and hilarious results.
Stop MSin' About! A Night Of Comedy In Aid Of The MS Society
Join host Lee Dainty for a night of stand up and sketches to help the MS Society stop MS. Plus music from the worst boy band of the '90s, Pretty Boys Plc - book early to guarantee disappointment.
Wed 29 Mar
£10 / 020 7485 4019
Sunday Smash Up
New material and nonsense from Caroline Mabey, Michael Legge and guests.
Sun 26 Mar
Sun 23 Apr
Sunday Smash Up With Michael Legge & Caroline Mabey
Preposterous night of new material and nonsense from Michael Legge and Caroline Mabey plus guests. Witness professional comedians grapple with ill-thought through routines and never-to-be-repeated below-par high-falluting ideas. Try and guess which routines will be funny during the future. Marvel as you see the tiny…
Sun 26 Mar
£3.30 / 020 7485 4019
A night of alt comedy and fun.
Thanyia Moore & Daniel Audritt: Work-In-Progress
The two comedians road test their latest acts in readiness for the Edinburgh Festival.
This Is Not A Cult
Some of London's finest critically-acclaimed oddball comedians entertain you for the price of a pint. Imagination required.