Comedy at The Bill Murray

The Bill Murray is Angel Comedy HQ. A club, pub and hub, open 7 days a week, hosting an eclectic range of the finest comedy around.

WHAT’S ON

The Bill Murray is more than a wonderfully intimate, well proportioned comedy club. It’s also a creative space where comedians can meet, write, rehearse and perform, and where we run comedy courses and comedy projects for our local community. And it’s a lovely pub, serving drinks and snacks every day from 5pm. And of course, there’s comedy…

 

  • Sunday30/04/2017
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

An egalitarian, unscripted live talk show, featuring stand up from a plethora of comedians on a range of social issues, intercut with completely uncensored chat. This month’s topic is: HOW MANY GENDERS ARE THERE NOW?


  • Sunday30/04/2017
    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Our flagship nights.
The nights that started our love affair with you guys (no, really, YOU hang up). Comedy nights that are professional, award-winning, exciting – and FREE! Shows start at 8pm (or earlier if we reach capacity)
It’s first come first served, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment: that means before 7pm on the weekends. Tonight’s line up includes Stephen Bailey, Alistair Williams, Archie Maddocks, Masud Milas, and more!


  • Monday01/05/2017
    3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

BiscuitAid – An afternoon of Comedy in aid of Animal Rescue Centre, Goa.


  • Monday01/05/2017
    4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Is your work killing you? Does your boss hate you? You are not alone. In Karoshi, comedian (and tired worker), Mel Byron shows the many different ways in which work is killing us. Long hours, managers from hell, dysfunctional colleagues, they are all to blame. Yes, it’s not you, it is them. In the time it takes you to eat your lunch and update your CV (don’t let the boss catch you), Mel shows, with anecdotes, fascinating facts and a flipchart, why this is happening and what we can do to survive.


  • Monday01/05/2017
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Conor lost another friend last year, now he’s on his own. He is set to
return to the Fringe this year with a new hour long version of All My
Friends Are Dead.


  • Monday01/05/2017
    6:45 pm - 7:45 pm

The Giraffe limbed clown and raconteur is back with her most eccentric show
yet. Think big. Think weird. Mathew Bourne would be proud. It’s going to be
fun. And sexy. Yeah. Let’s throw that word in there too.


WHERE IT’S ON

The Bill Murray, 39 Queen’s Head Street, London, N1 8NQ

Our new venue, opened November 2016.  A permanent dedicated venue for London’s loveliest comedy night.