Made-up ghost nonsense
Gig dates for next two weeks
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Monday 25th October 7pm (doors 6:30) - LOLipops Comedy, Kilburn area
This is a bringer - let me know by tomorrow morning if you want to come, otherwise I’ll probably cancel.
Carlton Tavern, 33 Carlton Vale, London, NW6 5EU
Tuesday 26th October 8pm (doors 7:30) - Angel Comedy RAW
A proper comedy club! Free, so get there early as it may fill up.
The Camden Head, 2 Camden Walk, London, N1 8DY - note that there are two Camden Heads that are comedy venues; don’t go to the one at 100 Camden High Street!
Thursday 28th October 8pm - Downstairs at The King’s Head, Crouch End
A proper comedy club! Had a blast doing this last time and it seemed like the crowd was up for darker stuff, so come watch me push the envelope too far.
£5 in advance from https://www.wegottickets.com/location/1003 or £6 on the door
King’s Head, 2 Crouch End Hill, London N8 8AA
Tuesday 2 November 7:45pm - TNT Comedy, Kentish Town
This is another bringer so I need someone who can commit to coming with me.
Torriano Bar, 71-73 Torriano Ave, London NW5 2SG
Wednesday 3 November 8pm - Heavenly Comedy, White City area
I spent far too long doing the fake poster and I don’t have time to look up what this is.
Princess Victoria pub, 217 Uxbridge Rd, London W12 9DH
Don’t go to the Tower of London with kids until after Hallowe’en. They have a bunch of underemployed actors running some tacky ‘ghost hunt’ event, and they come and recruit kids to do it without asking. The result is that kids are distracted from the cool ancient history all around them by some tacky Nickelodeon bullshit, and my nephew was too scared to go into the White Tower.
You can go to Sky Garden up that ugly microphone building for free and get an amazing view of London. Booking in advance is required. Don’t bring any drugs or weapons since security is tight.
Go to Jokers & Queens at Groovie Grove Hammersmith this Friday to support women in comedy. The women’s game is actually more fun to watch, because their lack of raw power means they have to be more skilled than the men.