Thursday 30 June

CLAPHAM COMEDY CLUB @ THE KINGS HEAD CLAPHAM COMMON

Hello Comedy Lovers,

Please don’t miss this next Thursday’s fantastic show for a fun packed eve of comedy & FREE Lollipops!!

Tiernan Douieb (Edinburgh Preview), Lauren Shearing, Tom Rowson, Paul Harry Allen with Resident Hosts Leanne Stott & Sion James, PLUS free lollipops!!!

“hugely talented” – Time Out 2009

“Utterly charming "… "
Lovable giant’ Time Out

“Sion James bases his set around interaction with the audience and reminds us what stand-up should be as he riffs expertly "
3 weeks EdFringe

Edinburgh Preview

“HE HAD DELIGHTED GIGGLES RUNNING ROUND THE ROOMTHE TELEGRAPH

SMALL IN STATURE, NOT IN TALENTTHE SCOTSMAN

The world’s a mess, and hobbledyhoy Tiernan hates cleaning. He’s had it up to here with things and being only 5’5” no one’s sure if Douieb’s actually angry. Contains jokes, views, attempts at politics and dancing*.

‘Such confidence that it’s easy to overlook how well his material comes together, or how often he generates laughter’
- Fest

‘Skilfully moves from topic to topic like a pro, and his simple observational humour is refreshing’ – ThreeWeeks

‘Douieb has more than enough energy to go round, and he’s a hugely engaging onstage presence’
- British Comedy Guide

*No dancing!

Laughing Horse Finalist 2011

WINNER OF SO YOU THINK YOUR FUNNY 2011

Laughing Horse Finalist 2011 & WINNER OF SO YOU THINK YOUR FUNNY 2011 ( Previous Winners Lee Mack, Peter Kay, Dylan Moran, Tommy Tiernan)

The Lost Letters of Cathy G

Whilst in a junk shop, looking for photographs of families I’d never met, I stumbled across a wad of forgotten letters. Dating from 1963-69, they spanned across America, France and Edgware and gave a fantastic insight into how 60s teenagers got their kicks, from miserable French exchange visits to screaming at a Monkees concert. I’m now bringing back my four-star 2010 show, as I have found some of these hopeful groupies and first loves. With a mixture of stand-up and storytelling, I will share my quest to find more.
“Charming” – The Independent “Very Funny” – Time Out. “Paul Harry Allen is Rob Brydon meets Russell Howard and a joy to watch” – Three Weeks.