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Omid Djalili

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Leicester Square Theatre
Pleasance Theatre Islington
Tabard Theatre
Battersea Arts Centre
Comedy Café Theatre
Up The Creek
Hen & Chickens Theatre
Canada Water Culture Space
 

 

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world's largest arts festival and takes place this summer from 2nd to 26th August. During the festival - which last year spanned 25 days totalling 2,695 shows from 47 countries in 279 venues - London's comedy scene can inevitably get quite quiet. But before the Fringe Festival, comedy venues around the capital are bustling with a hefty programme of preview and work-in-progress shows as comedians of all shapes and stature brush up their skills before heading up to Edinburgh for the big event.

 
 

Leicester Square Theatre

Omid Djalili, Edward Aczel, Alan Hudson & More | 19th June to 27th July | From £5

6 Leicester Place, Soho, London, WC2H 7BX

Tube: Leicester Square Station, Piccadilly Circus Station, Covent Garden Station

 
 

The subterranean juggernaut comedy venue in the West End has a comprehensive Edinburgh Preview selection of events including the latest from Iranian stand-up and award-winning star of The Infidel, Omid Djalili (five shows from 5th to 20th July). The brilliantly dour don of deadpan anti-comedy Edward Aczel previews his new hour of uncomfortable ribaldry (with emphasis on the bald), Lives in a Meaningless Shed (Saturday 22nd July), while sleight-of-hand supremo Alan Hudson stuns the audience with Magician or Superhero (Wednesday 19th June & Thursday 11th July). More mirth comes from youngster Matt Richardson's hotly anticipated debut solo show Hometown Hero (Saturday 22nd June), pithy Welsh gagsmith Lloyd Langford with his latest, Galoot (Wednesday 26th June) and the smart and political John Gordillo with Cheap Shots at the Defenceless (Monday 1st July & Monday 8th July). Other Edinburgh preview shows include Max and Ivan, Ivo Graham, Croft & Pearce, Simon Evans, Paco Erhard, Tony Law, Amy Hoggart (as Pattie Brewster), The Pin, Rory & Tim, Gyles Brandreth and Simon Munnery. Tickets cost as little as a fiver. Visit www.leicestersquaretheatre.com for more details.

 
 

Events at Leicester Square Theatre

Lead Pencil

Thursday 30th June 2016 - 7pm | £10

 
Lead Pencil Leicester Square Theatre 2016-06-302016-06-30 Where:
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place London, WC2H 7BX
Category: Theatres

Fast-paced sketches, songs and trademark here's-one-I-made-earlier props from the troupe as seen and heard on Comedy Central and BBC Radio 4.

Mixed Doubles: Fundraiser: Edinburgh Preview
On Soon

Friday 1st July 2016 - 8.30pm | £7.50, concs £6

 
Mixed Doubles: Fundraiser: Edinburgh Preview Leicester Square Theatre 2016-07-012016-07-01 Where:
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place London, WC2H 7BX
Category: Theatres

The effervescent foursome performs its current material featuring a fictional fundraiser for an unworthy cause.

The Sisterhood
On Soon

1st to 6th Jul 2016 - Various Times | £12.50, concs £10

 
The Sisterhood Leicester Square Theatre 2016-07-012016-07-06 Where:
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place London, WC2H 7BX
Category: Theatres

Acclaimed playwright and translator Ranjit Bolt's fast-paced comedy adaptation of Moliere's classic satire, Les Femmes Savantes.

An Evening With The Deli Bros
On Soon

Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 8.30pm | £6

 
An Evening With The Deli Bros Leicester Square Theatre 2016-07-022016-07-02 Where:
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place London, WC2H 7BX
Category: Theatres

London's premiere deli-themed lounge duo are finally together again to enchant, amuse and above all entertain with their musical meat odyssey.

Old Comedian Of The Year: Final
On Soon

Sunday 3rd July 2016 - 7pm | £15

 
Old Comedian Of The Year: Final Leicester Square Theatre 2016-07-032016-07-03 Where:
Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place London, WC2H 7BX
Category: Theatres

The 12 world-weary finalists battle it out as the competition for comics who've been around long enough to know better comes to an end.

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Pleasance Theatre Islington

David Baddiel, Nick Helm, Russell Kane, Richard Herring & More | 10th June to 27th July | From £5

Carpenter's Mews, London, N7 9EF

Tube: Caledonian Road Station

 
 

The sister venue of the Pleasance in Edinburgh, the Pleasance Theatre Islington is the kind of place you'd expect a steady flow of Fringe previews - and with over 50 shows from as little as £5 a pop, the Pleasance London Edinburgh Preview Season will not let comedy lovers down. Whether you're into the dry wit of David Baddiel or the bombastic bellows of Nick Helm, there's something for everyone at the Caledonian Road venue in N7. Stand out stand-up shows include querulous oddball and 2010 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Russell Kane's Smallness (Friday 12th July, Wednesday 24th July), cerebral comic Richard Herring's We're All Going To Die! (Sunday 21st July, Thursday 25th July) and Countdown champion-cum-comedian Alex Horne with Lies (Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th July). There's also that man Helm with his new show One Man Mega Myth (Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd June) and Baddiel with his thought-provoking Fame: Not the Musical (Sunday 7th July, Wednesday 17th July). Also look out for sketch troupes WitTank (Wednesday 10th July & Friday 26th July) and Jigsaw (Sunday 14th July & Thursday 25th July) as well as some theatrics with Laugh Your Farce Off (Sunday 21st July), Outside on the Street (Thursday 23rd July) and The Three Lions (Thursday 25th - Saturday 27th July). Visit www.pleasance.co.uk for a full Edinburgh Preview programme.

 
 

Events at Pleasance Theatre

Get On With It
Now On

7th June to 9th July 2016 - 7.30pm-8.30pm | £15, concs £13

 
Get On With It Pleasance Theatre 2016-06-072016-07-09 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

A musical exploration and celebration of the world of Amy Golden, a young woman who lives with profound cerebral palsy.

Dracula: Edinburgh Preview

Thursday 30th June 2016 - 7.30pm-8.30pm | £6

 
Dracula: Edinburgh Preview Pleasance Theatre 2016-06-302016-06-30 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

Five actors take on lots of characters in this comedic retelling of the classic Gothic story,

Jamali Maddix: Edinburgh Preview

Thursday 30th June 2016 - 7.45pm-8.45pm | £5

 
Jamali Maddix: Edinburgh Preview Pleasance Theatre 2016-06-302016-06-30 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

Unflinching stand up from the rising star, who in 2014 was crowned Chortle Student Comedian of the Year.

Rachel Parris: Edinburgh Preview
On Soon

Friday 1st July 2016 - 7.45pm-8.45pm | £5

 
Rachel Parris: Edinburgh Preview Pleasance Theatre 2016-07-012016-07-01 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

The musical comedian, who has appeared in TV's Austentatious, The IT Crowd and Murder In Successville, presents a collection of songs, stories and stand-up about not having it all.

Kate Lucas: Whatever Happened To Kate Lucas' Edinburgh Preview
On Soon

Friday 1st July 2016 - 9pm-9.30pm | £5

 
Kate Lucas: Whatever Happened To Kate Lucas' Edinburgh Preview Pleasance Theatre 2016-07-012016-07-01 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

The multi award-winning musical comedian performs her debut show before she takes it to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Andy Bridge - AART: Edinburgh Preview
On Soon

Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 7.45pm-8.45pm | £5

 
Andy Bridge - AART: Edinburgh Preview Pleasance Theatre 2016-07-022016-07-02 Where:
Pleasance Theatre, Carpenter's Mews London, N7 9EF
Category: Theatres

Character comedy as Mikey The Artist, currently Artist In Residence at Pizza Hut, explains what it's all about and the correct way to do it in this intensive introduction.

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Tabard Theatre

Alex Horne, Carl Donnelly, WitTank & More | 10th-22nd June | £10

2 Bath Road, London, W4 1LW

Tube: Turnham Green Station

 
 

The Tabard Theatre in Turnham Green is putting on a fortnight of Edinburgh Fringe Festival previews in association of Alavon Promotions, the agency behind Al Murray, Russell Howard and Chris Addison. There's a whole host of top talent on display - from established names such as Carl Donnelly and Alex Horne to some of the hottest new acts on the circuit, including the sketch troupe WitTank. Tickets cost £10 and each show starts at 8pm. The full line up is as follows: Tom Deacon and Jarlath Regan (Thursday 13th June), Ahir Shah and Gareth Richards (Friday 14th June), David Trent and Iain Stirling (Saturday 15th June), Grainne Maguire and Matt Forde (Monday 17th June), Carl Donnelly and Jimmy McGhie (Thursday 18th June), Alex Horne and Tom Craine (Wednesday 19th June), Grainne Maguire and Joel Dommett (Thursday 20th June), WitTank and Adam Drake (Friday 21st June) and Tommy Rowson, Matt Winning and Iain Stirling (Saturday 22nd June). Visit www.tabardtheatre.co.uk for more details.

 
 
 

Battersea Arts Centre

Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Ardal O'Hanlon, Sara Pascoe & More | 2nd-31st July | £6-£10

Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN

Tube: Clapham Common Station

 
 

Throughout July the Battersea Arts Centre is putting on a comprehensively riotous month of Edinburgh Comedy Previews from some of Britain's brightest comedic talent, including the king of deconstruction and nonchalant delivery Stewart Lee, with his show Much A-Stew About Nothing (2nd & 3rd July), Lee's former comedic partner in crime Richard Herring (19th July) and rising stars Sara Pascoe (19th & 24th July) and Ahir Shah (26th & 27th July). Other highlights include Father Ted favourite Ardal O'Hanlon (30th & 31st July), big-haired cricket satirist of The Bugle podcast fame Andy Zaltzman (29th July), bearded brainiac Alex Horne with his new show Lies (15th & 16th July), gimmick-free Carl Donnelly (17th July) and bespectacled optimist Mark Dolan (25th July). Sketch shows come from Peacock & Gamble (17th July), Max and Ivan (18th & 19th July), Abandoman (18th & 20th July), Joy and Wonder (22nd & 23rd July) and New Art Club (26th & 27th July). With tickets costing just £6 to £10 for some of the best acts in the business, these one-hour work-in-progress shows are the biggest bargain in Battersea. Double up with the Centre's burger and beer offer for a tenner at the Scratch Bar and these shows prove both frugal and funny. Visit www.bac.org.uk for more details.

 
 

Events at Battersea Arts Centre (BAC)

Meeting
Now On

28th Jun to 2nd Jul 2016 - 7.30pm | £15, concs £12.50

 
Meeting Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) 2016-06-282016-07-02 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill London, SW11 5TN
Category: Arts Centres

Antony Hamilton and Alisdair Macindoe perform in this contemporary dance piece.

Rock The Mic

Thursday 30th June 2016 - 7pm | pay what you can

 
Rock The Mic Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) 2016-06-302016-06-30 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill London, SW11 5TN
Category: Arts Centres

An open platform for emerging musicians, comedians, poets, singers, dancers and more to take to the stage and test out their material on a live audience.

Beatbox Academy Show
On SoonFree Event

Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 7pm | Free

 
Beatbox Academy Show Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) 2016-07-012016-07-02 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill London, SW11 5TN
Category: Arts Centres
Beatbox Academy Show
On Soon

Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 7pm | Pay What You Can

 
Beatbox Academy Show Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) 2016-07-012016-07-02 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill London, SW11 5TN
Category: Arts Centres

The Battersea Arts Centre's Beatbox Academy collective performs a selection of original material and covers.

New International Voices: Scratch (Part Of LIFT 2016)
On Soon

Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 8.45pm | Pay What You Can

 
New International Voices: Scratch (Part Of LIFT 2016) Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) 2016-07-012016-07-02 Where:
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Lavender Hill London, SW11 5TN
Category: Arts Centres

A performance of Reverse Colonialism by Ahilan Ratnamohan and another new work by Nick Steur.

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Comedy Café Theatre

Tom Wrigglesworth, Tony Law, Jigsaw & More | 24th June to 23rd July | £5

66-68 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3AY

Tube: Old Street Station

 
 

Shoreditch mecca for mirth, Comedy Café Theatre, has a whole month of Edinburgh Previews to unleash on the joke-seekers of East London, with highlights including the big haired bespectacled radio maestro Tom Wrigglesworth (9th July), Canadian bearded buccaneer Tony Law (Thursday 18th July) and the latest work-in-progress from Jigsaw, the sketch trio of surreal stand-up Dan 'Hedgehog' Antopolski, winner of the Best Joke award at the 2009 Fringe Festival (Thursday 27th June). Other shows include Luke Benson and Grannie McGuire (Monday 24th June), Matt Green and Joe Bor (Monday 1st July), Joe Rowntree (Tuesday 2nd July), Nat Luurtsema and Patrick Morris (Thursday 11th July), Paul Pirie (Friday 12th July), Romesh Ranganathan and Joel Dommet (Monday 15th July) and Ellie Taylor and Paul Sweeney (Tuesday 23rd July). With tickets setting you back just a fiver these nights are a no-brainer for anyone looking for laughs. Visit www.comedycafetheatre.co.uk for more details.

 
 

Events at Comedy Cafe

New Act Night
OngoingFree Event

20th January to 28th December 2016 - 8pm | Free

 
New Act Night Comedy Cafe 2016-01-202016-12-28 Where:
Comedy Cafe, 66-68 Rivington Street London, EC2A 3AY
Category: Comedy Clubs
New Act Night
On SoonFree Event

Wednesday 6th July 2016 - 8pm | Free

 
New Act Night Comedy Cafe 2016-07-062016-07-06 Where:
Comedy Cafe, 66-68 Rivington Street London, EC2A 3AY
Category: Comedy Clubs

Jimmy James Jones hosts an evening of new artists as eight aspiring fresh acts take to the stage.

New Act Night
On SoonFree Event

Wednesday 13th July 2016 - 8pm | Free

 
New Act Night Comedy Cafe 2016-07-132016-07-13 Where:
Comedy Cafe, 66-68 Rivington Street London, EC2A 3AY
Category: Comedy Clubs

Jimmy James Jones hosts an evening of new artists as eight aspiring fresh acts take to the stage.

New Act Night
On SoonFree Event

Wednesday 20th July 2016 - 8pm | Free

 
New Act Night Comedy Cafe 2016-07-202016-07-20 Where:
Comedy Cafe, 66-68 Rivington Street London, EC2A 3AY
Category: Comedy Clubs

Jimmy James Jones hosts an evening of new artists as eight aspiring fresh acts take to the stage.

New Act Night
On SoonFree Event

Wednesday 27th July 2016 - 8pm | Free

 
New Act Night Comedy Cafe 2016-07-272016-07-27 Where:
Comedy Cafe, 66-68 Rivington Street London, EC2A 3AY
Category: Comedy Clubs

Jimmy James Jones hosts an evening of new artists as eight aspiring fresh acts take to the stage.

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Up The Creek

Paul Chowdhry, Nick Helm, Marcus Brigstocke & More | 5th-31st July | £5-£10

302 Creek Road, Greenwick, London, SE10 9SW

Tube: New Cross Station (East London line closed. Bus service operates)

 
 

Greenwich's favourite comedy club, Up The Creek, is presenting four double-bill Edinburgh Preview Shows on Wednesdays in both June and July ahead of two headline acts - Nick Helm and Paul Chowdhry - at the end of July. Most tickets are a mere fiver with the most expensive coming in at £10, which is excellent value for money. June's highlight sees Chortle best newcomer from 2009 Seann Walsh team up with Marlon Davis (Wednesday 19th June) while July sees lofty satirist Marcus Brigstocke share the stage with Neil Delamere (Wednesday 10th July). Late July one-man show headliners feature loud but melodic bearded slob Nick Helm with his brand new show One Man Mega Myth (Wednesday 24th July) and a work-in-progress evening with TV regular Paul Chowdhry, who made comedic ripples with his last show, What's Happening White People? Visit www.up-the-creek.com for more details of the whole Edinburgh Preview Shows programme at Up the Creek.

 
 

Events at Up the Creek

Friday Night Comedy
On Soon

Friday 1st July 2016 - 8pm-2am | £9

 
Friday Night Comedy Up the Creek 2016-07-012016-07-01 Where:
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick London, SE10 9SW
Category: Comedy Clubs

The London-based actor and comic Chris Martin takes to the stage to perform stand-up material alongside Twayna Mayne, Open Spot, Jeff Innocent and host for the evening John Hastings.

Saturday Night Comedy
On Soon

Saturday 2nd July 2016 - 7pm-2am | £14

 
Saturday Night Comedy Up the Creek 2016-07-022016-07-02 Where:
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick London, SE10 9SW
Category: Comedy Clubs

The comedy clubs regular and in-demand compere Rich Wilson leads a line up of stand-up talent, performing alongside Andrew Ryan, Jeff Innocent and hosted by Ninia Benjamin.

Jazz Mafia
On SoonFree Event

9th April to 23rd July 2016 - 1pm-3.30pm | Free

 
Jazz Mafia Up the Creek 2016-04-092016-07-23 Where:
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick London, SE10 9SW
Category: Comedy Clubs
Friday Night Comedy
On Soon

Friday 8th July 2016 - 8pm-2am | £9

 
Friday Night Comedy Up the Creek 2016-07-082016-07-08 Where:
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick London, SE10 9SW
Category: Comedy Clubs

The award-winning comic hailing from South East London takes to the stage to perform stand-up routines alongside Open Spot, Sophie Willan, Alistair Barrie and host Tom Deacon.

Saturday Night Comedy
On Soon

Saturday 9th July 2016 - 7pm-2am | £14

 
Saturday Night Comedy Up the Creek 2016-07-092016-07-09 Where:
Up the Creek, 302 Creek Road, Greenwick London, SE10 9SW
Category: Comedy Clubs

Honest and feel-good comedy provided by the stand-up Andrew Bird, alongside the Canadian comic Phil Nichol, Erich McElroy and host for the evening Jess Fostekew.

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Hen & Chickens Theatre

Phil Jupitus, Sam Savage, Kieran Hodgson & More | 22nd June to 29th July | From £6.50

109 St Paul's Road, London, N1 2NA

Tube: Highbury & Islington Station

 
 

Highbury & Islington's tiny 54-seat fringe theatre Hen & Chickens is a wonderful spot to watch a play or a stand-up show - and the intimate venue is putting on an interesting array of Edinburgh Preview Shows from little known sketch troupes to heavyweight comedy regulars. Talking of which, Deborah Frances-White's fringe hit Voices In Your Head returns to London, but this time with special guest Phil Jupitus taking to the stage ahead of a run in Edinburgh (Monday 8th July). Sam Savage: Princess Savage (Saturday 29th June) features quirky gags and stories from the Funny's Funny Winner 2012 and New Act Of The Year Runner-up 2013. Kieran Hodgson's Flood (Saturday 22nd June) is a character comedy about the Lincolnshire town of Gainsborough as its inhabitants struggle to survive the biggest flood in the town's history. Also on the programme is some offbeat humour from Ingrid Dahle and Paul Jones in Dahle and Jones On A Plate (Wednesday 26th June) and some sketch show funniness with In Cahoots on Sunday 14th July and The Leeds Tealights on Monday 29th July. Tickets start at £6.50. Visit www.henandchickens.com for more information.

 
 

Events at Hen & Chickens Theatre

Stitches
Now On

28th Jun to 2nd Jul 2016 - Various Times | £14, concs £12

 
Stitches Hen & Chickens Theatre 2016-06-282016-07-02 Where:
Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Paul's Road London, N1 2NA
Category: Theatres

A dark, post-apocalyptic drama by Claire Urwin which explores culture and the human relationship with the environment following a major ecological disaster.

Rocking Your Vote!
On Soon

Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July 2016 - 7.30pm | £8.50

 
Rocking Your Vote! Hen & Chickens Theatre 2016-07-022016-07-03 Where:
Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Paul's Road London, N1 2NA
Category: Theatres

A comedy musical featuring ex-MP and I'm a Celebrity's Lembit Opik written by 2015 MP candidate Will Goodhand.

Susan Calman: Work In Progress
On Soon

Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th July 2016 - 7.30pm | £7.50

 
Susan Calman: Work In Progress Hen & Chickens Theatre 2016-07-052016-07-06 Where:
Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Paul's Road London, N1 2NA
Category: Theatres

Feisty and caustic wit from the Glaswegian stand-up in preparation for her 2016 tour.

Lolly Jones: Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon
On Soon

Thursday 7th and Friday 22nd July 2016 - 7.30pm | £8.50

 
Lolly Jones: Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon Hen & Chickens Theatre 2016-07-072016-07-22 Where:
Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Paul's Road London, N1 2NA
Category: Theatres

The stand-up presents her latest routine based on the degrees of separation concept.

Wendy Wason & Lucy Porter: Double Bill
On Soon

Wednesday 13th July 2016 - 7pm | £7

 
Wendy Wason & Lucy Porter: Double Bill Hen & Chickens Theatre 2016-07-132016-07-13 Where:
Hen & Chickens Theatre, 109 St Paul's Road London, N1 2NA
Category: Theatres

The stand-ups present new routines Tiny Me and Consequences.

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Canada Water Culture Space

Josh Widdicombe, Seann Walsh, Mark Thomas & More | 17th-27th July | £10

21 Montreal House, Surrey Quays Road, Southwark, London, SE16 2XU

Tube: Canada Water Station, Surrey Quays Station

 
 

Managed and programmed by The Albany, South East London's leading performing arts centre, this cultural space in Canada Water has a range of Edinburgh Preview Shows in July, including belly laughs from the likes of Seann Walsh and Josh Widdicombe. A double bill of shaggy haired Brighton jokesmith Walsh and the round-faced ball of energy Marlon Davis gets the series under way on Saturday 13th July. Other solo preview shows come from Mark Thomas with 100 Acts of Minor Dissent on Wednesday 17th July and Best Newcomer nominee Widdicombe, who will perform his new show Incidentally... alongside a very special guest on Saturday 27th July. A fourth show, Och Aye The New (Friday 26th July), showcases a bunch of up-and-coming comedians looking to make a splash at Edinburgh, including the easy going crowd charmer Luke Graves and the musical comedian Vikki Stone. All shows cost £10 and start at 7:30pm. Visit www.canadawaterculturespace.org.uk for more information.

 
 

Events at Canada Water Culture Space

Edd Bateman's West African Love Affair
On Soon

Friday 8th July 2016 - 7pm-11pm | £12.50

 
Edd Bateman's West African Love Affair Canada Water Culture Space 2016-07-082016-07-08 Where:
Canada Water Culture Space, 21 Montreal House, Surrey Quays Road London, SE16 2XU
Category: Arts Centres
Joyce Moholoagae
On Soon

Saturday 9th July 2016 - 7.30pm-11pm | £12.50

 
Joyce Moholoagae Canada Water Culture Space 2016-07-092016-07-09 Where:
Canada Water Culture Space, 21 Montreal House, Surrey Quays Road London, SE16 2XU
Category: Arts Centres
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The Yard

The Yard Laughs | 9th, 10th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 23rd & 24th July | £6 online / £7 on the door

Queens Yard White Post Lane, London, E9 5EN

Tube: Hackney Wick Overground Station

 
 

This July, The Yard theatre, located two minutes from Hackney Wick rail station, brings a collection of the finest and funniest Edinburgh Festival comedy shows to East London - before they go to Edinburgh. These exclusive preview performances include comedy bingo, Ellievision from Ellie Taylor, the girl with big teeth you may have seen on Snog Marry Avoid?, silly sketch outfit WitTank, the Birthday Girls - Beattie Edmondson, Rose Johnson and Camille Ucan - whom The Telegraph called "Britain's funniest women", and the effortlessly funny Alexis Dubus who wraps up the month-long The Yard Laughs series on Wednesday 24th July with his musings on 'Cars and Girls' though he doesn't claim to be an expert on either.

 
 
 
 
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