EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT ALERT! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!
A new comedy night is taping up their fists and preparing to punch Sunday-night boredom right in the mouth!
Comedy Fight Club is a new showcase coming to you from the heart of Angel. Hosted by Giggle Loop, five dynamic comedy acts will be splitting your sides for the meagre price of £5.
So come to The Islington, Angel and enjoy some comedy worth fighting for!
Real talk guys, don’t miss it. Just look at the launch night line-up. Not only do we have the beautiful dum dums of Play It By Ear, The Petting Zoo, The Science of Living Things and Giggle Loop, but an awesome headliner in the form of Project 2!
PROJECT 2 is improvised science-fiction which may or may not contain robots*, featuring the likes of Chris Mead (The Oodcast, The Science of Living Things), Katy Schutte (**** – Chortle, The Maydays, Fluxx, Baby Wants Candy) and Jonathan Monkhouse (No Strings Improv, Music Box, Austentatious). A group of improvisers united by their love of science-fiction and improvised comedy, and how the two can meet and have stage-babies.
*will probably contain robots
GIGGLE LOOP will be hitting the stage with some sexy three way scenes that will take you to places you have never known and answer the questions the world has never wanted to know the answer to. There are three of us. One is a boy. Guess which.
THE SCIENCE OF LIVING THINGS exploded onto the London scene in 2013, and have since been delighting audiences with their joyful brand of free-form improv. With quick-fire scenes, seamless edits and fantastic characters, a TSOLT set is like watching a sketch show being made up before your very eyes. A single suggestion starts a chain reaction and then…brains collide! Universes are created! There may be bees! Anything can happen. It’s science, but without the rules.
PLAY IT BY EAR will hit you with some short form awesomeness. Performing a series of games devised from audience suggestions, so each show is completely improvised, always unique, and definitely always massively hilarious.
You want me to look this group of innocent, hope-filled improvisers in the eyes and tell them you’re not coming? How could you be so cold?
Date: Sunday 30th November 2014
Time: Doors open 7:00pm. Show 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Where: The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
Nearest Tube and Train: Angel
Directions: From Angel turn right out of the station, left up Liverpool Road and right up Tolpuddle Street. It’s opposite the Sainsburys Car Park