Our community took us from a once a week gig above a pub, to a seven nights a week “Comedy Institution”. Covid could have been the end, but your donations & love helped us survive the ravages of the pandemic. And we love you back! Everyone should have the chance to see great comedy, irrespective of their wage, and in this 'industry', comedians need all the help they can get. We were built by comedians, for comedians. You know it's true/ Everything we do/ We do it for you! (Guitar solo)
Edinburgh Comedy Award, Rose D’or and South Bank Arts award winner, BRIDGET CHRISTIE drops in at The Bill Murray for a work-in-progress night of new material – ahead of her highly-anticipated new stand-up show. Star of her own Netflix stand-up special and award-winning Radio Four series.
Work in progress from Norwegian comic Daniel Simonsen. Daniel started his career in the UK where he was crowned best newcomer at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He then relocated to America and recently performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
New York City-based cult comedian Dave Hill returns to London with a show about navigating life as a Z-list celebrity who would just like to borrow his dad’s car for a bit and not hear any bullshit about how it’s not clean when he returns it.
Comedy Masterclasses at the Bill Murray is a new cycle of workshops to try or refine particular skills with the guidance of an experienced voice from the comedy industry. Spaces will be limited, so make sure you book ahead.
Bring some cheer to your office end of year get-together with the Holiday Edition of our flagship comedy nights. An award-winning mixed bill show featuring some of our favourite comedians in the circuit.
Angel Comedy Club is “a comedy institution” (Time Out) and the show will be held in the intimate setting of The Bill Murray, first crowdfunded comedy venue in the world.
If you have any questions or would be interested in a private comedy show please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Award winning stand-up comedian Rose Matafeo has kissed nearly 10 men in her life, AKA she’s a total horndog. Warming up for her upcoming special, join Rose for critically acclaimed stand-up, sketch and mid-20s angst.
Netflix stand-up special star, award-winning Radio 4 series star, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, MAE MARTIN shares new material towards her hotly-awaited new stand-up hour. ‘Fast becoming the finest comedian of her generation’ ★★★★★ Metro
Tony Law identifies as a hominid. Homo sapiens, Neanderthal, Indo-European horse tribesman, an Englishman, a Canadian, a Norn Iron man and a Trinidadian and a Tobagonian. A dog, a dog owner, owned by a dog, a surrealist, an absurdist and an artist who is comedy of person. A parent, a thrower, a catcher, a reader and a farmer. His 16th show is turning out to be his best yet. For connoisseurs of comedy who have seen it all and are funny in their own bones. Top drawer Tony. Comedian’s comedian comedian for the comedy nerd.
Many of you remember our very own Katerina Vrana, we’re sure, for her fabulous MC-ing at Angel, her extraordinary hair, and her boundless energy.
In December 2016 Katerina was a finalist in a “funniest person in the world” competition and as she made the top 3 she was invited out to Malaysia to perform. Whilst there, she came down with what she thought was food poisoning — but it was much more serious than that.
Katerina was paralysed from the neck down and went blind. However, her great sense of humour and her ridiculously amazing hair remained unaffected. There were three separate occasions in which she nearly lost her life.
The following year Katerina also developed problems with her speech, which has made it difficult for her to speak clearly. Hair update: still fab.
The doctors cannot believe that she is alive and making such good progress.
After two years in and out of hospitals and clinics in the UK, Switzerland and her native Greece, Katerina can now stand and walk with assistance. Her sight and speech are getting stronger every day. She now needs full time care and intensive daily physio. Unfortunately, her medical insurance does not cover long term rehabilitation.
This woman is the future of comedy and a phenomenal inspiration to anyone who has wanted to follow the career they love. She put blood, sweat and tears into comedy (quite literally) and it was just starting to pay off. So… if you’ve seen her perform… or perhaps you’re a performer yourself and remember her as fondly as we do… then whatever you can afford…
Let’s help get her back to where she belongs. On stage, killing it. She nearly died!! 3 times!!