Come join us for North London’s best secret comedy night. With award winning comics, this cosy little night is the perfect mid-week treat! You also get a free glass of bubbly with your ticket! We provide the bubbles, the comics provide the chuckles! As recommended by GQ magazine!
This is a regular event, every first Wednesday of the month.
MC – Nathan D’arcy Roberts
Luvdev Barpaiga – As well as performing Comedy for over 10 years he’s known to well crafted old school style one liners and puns his delivery and material are always spot on, easily suitable for venues who prefer a more clean and subtle act. His was crowned as the UK Pun Champion at Leicester Comedy festival in 2017. Lovdev also featured on the line up for Big Value at Edinburgh Festival 2013 and BBC Asian Network Live, and this year Lovdev is on the line up for Best In Class @ Edinburgh fringe. Lovdev is already opening and closing spots for smaller and bigger clubs across the UK.
Shelf – Shelf are a comedy double act from South London, made up of Rachel WD and Ruby Clyde. Shelf do sketches, songs and chat to the audience – a style described as “a winning hybrid of sketch show and standup” (Edfringe Review). As seen on BBC3, Ladbible, Bestival and London pride.Diva Magazine : “The talented twosome
find belly laughs in heavyweight topics like mental health, sexuality and gender”
Patrick Healy – Patrick Healy is a 20-year old Australian comedian and nice man. He began performing when he was 18, after his mum dared him to, and a year later he reached the finals of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? and Hackney Empire New Act of the Year competitions- all while still a teenager. His dry, left-field observations, relaxed stage presence, and “idiosyncratic worldview” (London Evening Standard) have led to regular appearances at some of the country’s biggest comedy clubs, which Patrick is pretty happy about.
Tadiwa Mahlunge – “King Gong Runner Up 2018, Amused Moose new comedian of the year semi-finalist 2019, 2020”
Dimple Pau – Dimple’s biggest fear? Looking down from heaven (post murder) to watch her religiously vegan parents learn that the contents of her last meal involved a chicken and an egg. Eye rolling and frustratingly stereotypical tales of living at home and being the A word. Part of Soho Rising Presents 2019