Brian Gittins at Knock2Bag

Wednesday 8 October at Bar FM, London, London

Brian Gittins: Challenged

There is a hot, new panel show on the planet called ‘Challenged’. Join your hosts Brian Gittins and his 7ft 2inch robot Charles Petrescu (half metal, half Romanian) for a night of mindbending questions, puzzles, prizes and fake penises.



Wednesday 18th June at Bar FM, London, 8pm


Star of BBC3’s Badults as well as being nominated twice for Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards ‘Best Show’.

Sophie Hagen + Damien Slash + Archie Maddocks + Massive Dad + Darren Walsh + Tom Davis


Knock2Bag East

Knock2bag returns to East London armed with a host of household names and rising stars Featuring the best in comedy this side of London  Knock2bag, the monthly mixed bill comedy night returns to East London with an eclectic mix of outrageously funny comedians. Experimental stand-up and artist Kim Noble headlines alongside Perrier award winning comic and star of…


Knock2Bag East Venue: Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA Venue Tel: +44 (0)20 7613 7498 Venue Web: Nearest Tube: Shoreditch High Street/Liverpool St/Old St Date: Thursday 28th March 2013 Doors: 7.00pm-12am / Show Starts: 8pm Entry: £10 advance from / £12 on the door Web:     Adandoman and an all star line-up take the stage at Knock2bag…


Wednesday 3rd October at Bar FM From Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle and Russell Howard’s Good News it’s the one and only TONY LAW “Hugely entertaining” – Time Out “To see Tony Law is to inhale deep breaths of comedy oxygen” The Herald ” A top-notch comic who marries a powerful delivery with some deceptively ingenious…

Review: Knock2Bag, Bar FM, London

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The club was packed. Even upon entering Bar FM, it had that Saturday night buzz and it was only a Wednesday night! A significant amount of people were even happy to stand for the show. Lloyd Griffith MC’d the night, providing just the right level of audience banter to “get you in the mood” before each act came on. The great thing about Lloyd, especially as an MC, is the pace at which he builds up his material. The jokes are slick but the choir boy a capella surprise adds that extra level to his set, especially juxtaposing a Pavarotti-esque rendition with different “tape” impressions and so accurate that if someone had literally started to pull a piece of cellotape by the microphone you wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference. The first comedian of the night was Nish Kumar, who humoured the audience with jokes centring around multiculturalism and being a British-Asian. Nothing wildly adventurous but he was articulate, his jokes were succinct and performed with that “easy watching” feel to his set.