Wit Happens

Saturday 19th October The Camden Head (in Camden not Angel) £5 on the door Doors open 7:30PM for an 8PM start JOHN KEARNS Winner of this year’s Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, John is probably one of the most talked-about acts right now. An electrifying blend of absurdism, observation, and just damn-fine…

Brighton Comedy Festival

Another stellar line up will be performing on the stages of the Brighton Dome, Corn Exchange, Studio Theatre, Komedia & The Old Market. This 3 week festival see’s the crème de la crème of stand up comedy entertain the crowds of the cosmopolitan seaside town.  The line up so far includes some of the biggest…

Amused Moose – Reginald D Hunter

Thursday 3rd October 2013 AMUSED MOOSE SOHO’s COMEDY SPECIAL featuring REGINALD D HUNTER plus aftershow clubnight Multi-award winning REGINALD D HUNTER’s eve-of-tour preview happens this Thursday (3 October).  It’ll be a rare treat to see Reg close-up, with the bonus of kind-to-your-pocket ticket prices which include aftershow Cheap$kates clubnight. The very next day his “In the Midst…

Interview with Barry Ferns

Barry Ferns is a stand up comedian, writer, director and actor. Barry also runs and regularly hosts the extremely successful, Time Out recommended and free comedy night Angel Comedy in Islington. As a stand up comedian he has won the Comedy Store New Act competition, and been a finalist in five national stand-up competitions. His…

Interview with Al Lubel

Al Lubel is a “terrifically funny comedian” according to David Letterman, and Jerry Seinfeld has stated that Al has one of the best jokes he has ever heard. Al started off as a lawyer (to please his mum) and became a comedian to please himself (which did not please his mum). After graduating from law…

Don’t Drop The Egg at Leicester Square Theatre

Direct from an entirely sold out Edinburgh run, GibbensMagnusJones bring their Festival debut to Central London. Born at sea to a pirate father and no mother, these three comic triplets present narrative sketch comedy from the depths of the Clapham Falcons RFC changing room. You will enter a mere mortal, but leave a teammate, a member of this illustrious…

Interview with Andy Field

CB: How long have you been gigging in stand-up? AF: I’ve been doing stand up for pretty much exactly 3 years. I don’t mean to be weirdly specific but yeah, like 1090 days. I’m not much of a rememberer of things but I remember that apparently. CB: How would you describe your comedy? AF: It’s quite weird.…