£5 Tickets - LOL Comedy Club Tonight at Paradise by way of Kensal Green

£5 Tickets – LOL Comedy Club Tonight at Paradise by way of Kensal Green

DATE: Wednesday 11th April 2012 at 8pm

VENUE: Paradise by way of Kensal Green, 19 Kilburn Lane, W10 4AE.

We say: If you havent seen Loretta Maine yet, get on it for some insane musical comedy + Jeff Leach and the others add up to a rather splendid line up!

£5 entry x 6 comedians = 1,000,000 more reasons to be happy!
(NB: LOL Comedy Club does humour, not maths)
Send your FULL NAMES to Jeff Leach now! Be quick: lol@jeffreyleach.com

They say:

“great value comedy night that brings in not only such consistent levels of talent but the audiences to match… Kensal is better off for it” – thesourcemag.net
“Fabulous pub… excellent line-ups” – londonisfunny.com
“★★★★★ Critic’s Choice” – Time Out
“Exciting and progressive comedy talent features every week” – The Guardian

“Psycho-intense singer-songwriter Loretta Maine makes Courtney Love look well-balanced. This pill-popping, booze-abusing, bunny-boiling car-crash of a rock star has been the most memorable creation of talented character comic Pippa Evans to date” Chortle
“Wicked musical comedy in every conceivable way” The List
“The finest female character comic around” Time Out

(Best Club Comic – Chortle Awards Nominee 2012)
“it’s delicious hearing her hold forth on the Tottenham riots, or the necessity of subjecting children to the full brutality of the Grimm brothers’ fairytales.Assured on the ongoing battle of the sexes, she’s refreshingly plain speaking about sex itself!” The Scotsman

(Nivea Funny Women Award Winner / Star of Campus, C4)
‘Perfect timing & enough attitude to stop an elephant’- TimeOut

(Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year / Leicester Square Comedian Of The Year Finalist)
“urban sharpster” The Stage

“Dangerously funny new comic with a sweet on stage persona that bites with bitterness” The Age

– WITH –

(Confessions of a Sex Addict, BBC3 / Amused Moose Laughter Awards 2011 Finalist)
“The sexual charisma of Russell brand and undercutting self-awareness of Jack Whitehall… unsparing attractive honesty!” Edinburgh Is Funny