Hilarious jokes and stories from one of Camden’s funniest taxpayers. Featuring an awkward Spanish massage, a Mexican trouser disaster, embarrassing Tai Chi and more!
"Really funny" ★★★★ (The Scotsman)
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A show about being a woman and a top bloke, from BBC New Comedy Awards nominated comedian Ella Woods.
"Tears up notions of gender like a discarded kebab wrapper" - Makers.com
Developed at Soho Theatre Comedy Lab...
A year on from beating over 70+ entrants and winning the Brighton Fringe Best Cabaret Award, musical comedy duo Mac & Eden are still unashamedly milking it for all it's worth and are back in London at the Camden fringe with a new format and new songs
An hour of creative stand-up from this multiple award finalist ("Very strong payoffs" Chortle). The rubber-faced raconteur gives us his take on drum and bass, Magnum P.I. and seagulls as he attempts to learn from his past and shape the future.
Maisie Adam – “one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming comedians” (Ditto Theatre) - presents her latest show, drawing on personal experiences of being a young Yorkshire lass attempting – and failing - to “adult” in the big wide world.
Hilarious jokes and stories from one of Camden’s funniest taxpayers. Featuring an awkward Spanish massage, a Mexican trouser disaster, embarrassing Tai Chi & more!
“Really funny” **** Scotsman
“A solid hour of genuine laughs" **** View from The Gods
Anna Savory is a comedian & condemned woman. Join her & the 1000 cursed books she inherited that are trying to kill her for a night of comedy about love, life, libraries, & terrible occult curses
Wonderful - Robin Ince
Brilliantly funny - Josie Long
Irish oddball and comedian Kevin O Connell moved to London the day before Brexit to become a famous comedian.
Unfortunately it hasn't worked out so he's doing a show to distract himself from real life...
Stand-up comedian Stella Graham brings her new show to the Camden Fringe!
Stella fights to contain a gobby, aggressive inner self, watch the battle commence with hilarious consequences, with all the charm of a rusty mousetrap.
From a childhood in Scientology to the realities of sexuality, Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015 Jake Howie is looking for his own version of the holy truth. When searching for the truth, you come across holes...
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