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…
- Tuesday27/03/20186:45 pm - 7:45 pm
James Acaster starts from scratch again before your very eyes.
- Wednesday28/03/20185:30 pm - 6:30 pm
From the age of sieges and chivalry comes a show about Medieval love, adrenaline junkies and an insane quest for glory. Comedian and archaeologist Paul Duncan McGarrity explains how modern life could be better if we all relaxed and attacked a castle.
- Wednesday28/03/20186:45 pm - 7:45 pm
“Allow it” is a stand-up comedy about Western Philosophy and Islam in modern Britain told through the stories of teaching religious studies to teenagers in East London.
- Wednesday28/03/20189:45 pm - 10:45 pm
Debut hour from award-winning new comedian Jon Long (Musical Comedy Awards Audience Favourite 2016 “Clever Gags and witty songs” Bruce Dessau). Jon’s out to entertain you & to do so he’ll be employing all the tricks of the Troubadour trade
- Thursday29/03/20186:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Ed Night (EdFringe Best Newcomer Nominee 2017) and Ben Pope (Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2017) have got an hour of new jokes and stories to fire wildly at your heads and ears. It’ll be ‘INSPIRED’ (Chortle). It’ll be ‘SHARP’ (The Skinny). It’ll be ‘HIGHLY-ENTERTAINING’ (iNews).
- Thursday29/03/201810:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Freddie brings his second solo show ‘Working Class Zero’ to the masses.Last summer he released his debut comedy album ‘Excuse Me While I Burst Into Flames’, through American record label Comedy Dynamics. And now he’s back with the most raw honest stand-up he’s written, chatting shit about his girlfriend, addictions, genders, hotels, violence and dead (more…)
- Sunday01/04/20184:30 pm - 5:30 pm
This is a comedy/theatre/spoken word show about talking. It is suitable for people who talk, have talked, it is also suitable for people who want to talk.
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.