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…
- Wednesday21/03/20186:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Angry lefty stand up from a woman with an Australian accent, a fistful of glitter and a balaclava she has no idea how to use.
- Thursday22/03/20189:15 pm - 11:00 pm
Join Edinburgh Award-winning (Panel Prize still counts) and life-losing comedian Phil Ellis and a host of his colleagues and superiors for a night of stuff.
- Saturday24/03/20185:00 pm - 6:00 pm
A work-in-progress of the second hour from Robin Morgan (writer of Have I Got News For You, The News Quiz, warm-up for the Graham Norton Show and tour support for Ellie Taylor) ★★★★ Sunday Times / Broadway Baby
- Sunday25/03/20183:30 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. Hosted by Lisanne Fridsma.
Please come along, enjoy free homemade cakes, drink a cup of tea and watch some great comedy.
- Sunday25/03/20189:30 pm - 10:30 pm
James is the man with “strong outsider lines” and “an intriguing, original shtick”. (Steve Bennett, Chortle) Using both traditional stand up, music and fantasy join James as he losses your mind and his.
Married to a corperate lawyer, owner of a pitch perfect Elmo impression and being the very definintion of straight, white, male privilege… Sam Russell is one lucky bastard… and he feels very guilty about that.
- Monday26/03/20186:45 pm - 7:45 pm
U.S. comedy writer, Sara Barron, tries her hand at her debut Edinburgh hour.
“Barron is, dare we say it, as funny as David Sedaris. When you aren’t squirming, you’re laughing out loud.”
– Los Angeles Times
- Monday26/03/20189:45 pm - 10:45 pm
In a celebration of the human spirit, Chortle One-to-Watch 2018 Richard Todd prods hope’s perpetually moribund body with the indubitable stick of logic and asks: ‘Why won’t it die?’.
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.