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  • Sunday24/09/2017
    3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Love cake? Love comedy? Love free stuff on Sunday afternoons?

We have combined those 3 things, just for you, you amazing human that you are! We will spoil you with a marvelous line up that will make you laugh and feel all warm and fuzzy inside:

Masud Milas
Vivienne Kay
Graeme Collard
Cressida Wetton
William Stone
Evelyn Mok

Hosted by Lisanne Fridsma

Please come along, enjoy free homemade cakes, drink a cup of tea and watch some great comedy.

  • Monday25/09/2017
    6:45 pm - 7:45 pm

Comedian Alistair Williams presents a show that answers the biggest questions about one of the most important thing in our lives: food.

Are eggs good or bad for me? Should I be drinking fruit juice? I’ve had a slice of bread, do I really have 24 hours to live?

Are you fed up having to guess what’s really healthy? This show is for you.

  • Monday25/09/2017
    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Stamptown returns to London for ONE NIGHT ONLY after sold out shows in Melbourne and Edinburgh! Commonly described as the greatest train wreck you’ll ever see, this show tests the strength of friendship as we watch the gig burst into a fiery blaze.

  • Wednesday27/09/2017
    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Angel Comedy’s resident Sketch, Character, and Film night is back. Come along for some live and video sketch comedy from some of London’s finest. Headliner Gein’s Family Giftshop!

  • Thursday28/09/2017
    7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Barry Loves You: an ambitious claim to make, even if he already knew you. Still, he’s won awards for comedy – The Malcom Hardee Award, the Mervyn Stutter Spirit of the Fringe Award, Chortle Award for Best Venue (he is a venue) – and been nominated as Best MC in the entire country, so at (more…)

  • Sunday01/10/2017
    4:00 pm - 6:15 pm

Following a script left by his late Grandfather, Bennet Kavanagh teams up with Huge Davies to create Bendiana Jones and the Temple of Huge!  Performing on portable keyboards Ben and Huge attempt to perform a musical version of the Indiana Jones trilogy, in a disturbing tribute that quickly turns to disaster.

  • Sunday08/10/2017
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Eleanor Morton brings her sell out hit Fringe show Angry Young Woman to Angel Comedy Club. Eleanor Morton is mad as hell and she’s not going to take it anymore. A biting, surreal and hilarious show from the award-nominated comic which asks: can I be less angry? Should I be less angry? Why isn’t there more freestyle rap in this show? Join Morton on her passive aggressive and witty journey through the history of angry women. 

Praise for Angry Young Woman: 
‘Smart, biting and Funny’ (The Wee Review, four stars) 
‘Very funny’ (Young Perspective, four stars) 

  • Monday16/10/2017
    9:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Viper Higgins (Hardy Bucks/World News) is Ireland’s answer to David Icke. Join Francis and guests for an unparalleled Powerpoint demonstration on who really controls the world. Featuring unseen videos and the chance to win a Derby by Mondo.

  • Thursday19/10/2017
    9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Old friends John Kearns and Pat Cahill have gathered together 110% of their very best talking points, bloopers, songs and fighting talks to discuss over a few of the Bill Murray’s finest draft liqueurs. Also featuring some hand picked friends from the cream of their alternative comedy price bracket. One interval, no corkage!

  • Wednesday25/10/2017
    8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Catch two of our favourite shows from the Edinburgh Fringe in one evening with free beer and pizza in between.

Too good to be true?
Nope! The shows are being filmed for comedy streaming platform NextUp (and they know how to treat an audience!). Free!

  • Sunday05/11/2017
    6:45 pm - 7:45 pm

Legendary country singer Wilson Dixon returns to the UK after a 7 year hiatus for a very rare performance of songs and stories detailing his difficulties living next door to his ex-wife, his battles with local planning authorities over a power pole being erected on his driveway, his problematic relationship with his horse Andrew, and his struggles to find love in a small town where most of the eligible women are close relatives.

  • Wednesday22/11/2017
    9:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Weird comedy soul mates* Elf and Ryan perform their debut show. Part clown show, part autobiography, it’s an absurd, camp comedy about ping-pong, the DDR and Angela Lansbury. Expect improvisation, time travel**, niche film references and lemons. Graduates of Ecole Gaulier. Imagine The X-Men on a budget (this is because one of the characters has telekinesis and we have had to do a lot of mime for the effects we can’t afford). It’s going to be 
brilliant. And weird. 

“Elf Lyons and Ryan Lane  have created something unquantifiable […] *Hilda & The Spectrum* is giddy, joyous lunacy.” 4 stars – The Wee Review