Laugh Till It Hurts
Matthew Crosby (Compere) "Compact, controlling" The Times. Joe Wilkinson "A natural gagsmith who looks so comfortable behind a mic stand you'd be forgiven for thinking he'd been doing stand up for a decade" The Guardian. Tony Law "You feel as if you've been to a masterclass" The Stage. Abandoman "Killer punchlines, perfect, lyrically mind-blowing hip-hop improv. Genius!" – The Stage. Elis James "Getting the sort of word-of-mouth recommendations that much more experienced comics would kill their mothers for" The Scotsman. Deborah Francis-White "Hysterical, you will fall in love her. She’s fab." Time Out. Josh Widdicombe "This is one of the most individual, accomplished, hilarious and unforgettable hours I have had this year" The Scotsman.
Special time limited offer. Call us on 020 7388 8822 and quote '3 for 2' to get 3 tickets for the price of 2.
In aid of The John Hartson foundation.
The John Hartson Foundation has been set up through the determination of John himself as he continues to battle through his horrendous ordeal, this is the character of the man, his main focus will be to openly offer his experience in going through a traumatic time since he was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer after ignoring a lump for 4 years, John admits himself that if he was aware of how easy it was to get checked and that Testicular Cancer is over 90% curable if caught early enough he probably would not have had to go through the brain operations, lung operations and over 60 sessions of chemotherapy.
The aims and objectives of the Foundation will be to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer and how easy and most of all how important it is to check yourself on a regular basis, the foundation will also raise funds to provide cancer organisations more support throughout the UK.
Line-up subject to change.
Tickets: £15, concessions and UCL £12.50