Laugh Out London in Stoke Newington - Pat Cahill

 24 May
 The Lion
 132 Stoke Newington Church Street - N16 0JX - London - United Kingdom
 Nathan Willcock
Laugh Out London returns to the lovely Lion in Stoke Newington for another early Sunday evening of hilarity, this month headlined by beguiling oddball, Pat Cahill! Cahill is ably supported by an embarrassment of talent including Liam Williams and Fern Brady. Date: Sunday May 24th 2015 Venue: The Lion, 132 Stoke Newington Church St, London N16 0JX Nearest station: Stoke Newington Rail Time: Doors 6.30pm, Start 7pm Tickets: £4 adv, £5 door PAT CAHILL Pat is well known for his offbeat humour which has seen him win a bag full of awards and even appeared in Channel 4′s Blaps and Chris Moyles’ Comedy Empire (BBC three). Pat has won Chortle Best Newcomer 2012, New Act of the Year (Formerly Hackney Empire) 2012 and The Amused Moose Laugh Off 2011. He was also a finalist for The BBC New Comedy Award Final. “Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close.” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard LIAM WILLIAMS Nominee Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show 2014 Nominee Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer 2013 One third of acclaimed sketch group Sheeps (“legends” – Daniel Kitson) The Guardian’s number one comedy show of 2014 “It feels powerfully like the voice of a generation: so much feeling, such a sophisticated intelligence, and nowhere to put it that isn’t compromised or cliched.” ***** – Brian Logan, The Guardian **** – Time Out **** – The Independent RICHARD TODD Exciting new comedian whose idiosyncratic style sweeps you away in a frenzy of laughter. Amused Moose Laugh Off – WINNER Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year – Finalist KARL SCHULTZ Karl returns as everyone’s favourite New York artist Matthew Kelly. “I predict big things” – Harry Hill “’A man with the sort of X factor that suggests he could become something a bit special’ – London Is Funny “Schultz always adds an unpredictable, creative and somewhat unnerving edge to his act… Gloriously silly” – Time Out Ticket link again:

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