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stand up comedy in south east london

LAUGH TRAIN HOME IS KNOWN FOR HILARIOUS COMEDY NIGHTS, A FUN ATMOSPHERE AND A BIT OF THE UNEXPECTED... 

For over THREE years, we have been bringing you the best UK and International comedians, including Joe Lycett, Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe, Reginald D. Hunter, Sara Pascoe and more. Faces you know from the TV and great names you know from the circuit – now here in South East London on Tuesdays! Our Laugh Train Home comedy night is going to have you in stitches.

incoming comedians:

13 February - Wired-Up, Dynamic Comedy  

Energy will not be lacking on this line-up, as the most lively acts come together for an unexpected and hilarious night. Whether telling stories with a million asides, or literally bouncing off of the walls, this will be a unique and action packed night of comedy.  

We have the phenomenal PHIL KAY ((QI, Russell Howard’s Good News, Phil Kay Feels…Next Stop) headlining this week. His show at the Edinburgh Fringe  last year earned him the review 'A comedian like no other. There's so much humour in the hour it’s hard to breathe. This original comedy genius is like a Choose Your Adventure. The free-forming journey that is utterly unforgettable!' (Australian Times, 2017).

Opening the night is the oh so talented, and hilariously funny ADAM HESS (Live At The Palladium, Live From The BBC, Fosters Best Newcomer 2015 Nominee). Adam is one of the funniest comics on the circuit, with his gags coming thick and fast. With his cheeky personality and fast paced delivery you will be laughing out loud in seconds.

In the middle is JIM CAMPBELL. Jim is another amazing, and brilliantly funny act. Witty, quirky, but packed full of punchlines, and humour, he is great!

MC this week is ROBYN PERKINS. Vivacious, cheeky and full of verve, Robyn compliments the line up perfectly, and always hits the spot, paving the way of a night you won’t forget! 


BOOK TICKETS HERE

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 20 February  Prince Abdi (The wall, FHM Stand Up Hero, Laughter shock, Show me the Funny), with Ria Lina (The World Stands Up, Mega Mela Malai Comedy and Sweet n Sour), Annie McGrath (@elevenish, Girls Go Trolling and Webscam) and MC Robyn Perkins 

 

27 February   Matt Richardson (Nevermind The Buzzcocks, The Xtra Factor, Celebrity Juice, Sweat The Small Stuff, It’s Not Me It’s You, Fake Reaction and more), with Suzy Bennett (Winner, Funny Woman Award 2006), Kai Samra (Semi Finalist in the Amused Moose Laugh Off 2017, Winner of the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2017) and MC Robyn Perkins 

6 March – Tony Law (8 Out of 10 Cats, Have I Got News for You, Comedy Central UK's The Alternative Comedy Experience), with Matt Winnng (Finalist, 2012 BBC New Comedy Awards), Andy Field (Winner, Chortle Student Comedy Award 2015, Finalist, Leicester Square New Act of the Year 2014) and MC Ria Lina

 

13 March - Pete Firman (The Magicians, Monkey Magic, The Secret World of Magic), with Stephen Bailey (CelebAbility, Weekend with Aled Jones and Channel 5’s Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side), Faye Treacy (Runner Up, Bath Comedy Festival New Act Competition, 2016, Best Newcomer, Musical Comedy Awards 2015) and MC Robyn Perkins

 

20 March – Ian Smith (BBC3 at the Fringe, Sweat the Small Stuff, The Ark, Siblings), with Phil Ellis (The Russell Howard Hour, Drunk History, The Tapeface Tapes, Funz & Games), Valerio Milani, Callum Oakley (Semi-finalist, Britain’s Got Talent) and MC Robyn Perkins

 

27 March – Bobby Mair (Comedy Central: The Bobby Mair Show, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Russell Howards Good News, Comedy Central Roast Battle), with Steve Bugeja (Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, Winner, 2013 BBC Radio New Comedy of the Year Award), Michael Odewale (Finalist, 2016 BBC New Comedy Award) and MC Robyn Perkins

 

3 April – Ava Vidal (Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Kings of Comedy), with Ben Van Der Velde, Daisy Earl (Scottish Comedian of the Year) and MC Robyn Perkins

 

10 April – Rhys James (Mock the Week, Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, @Elevenish, Virtually Famous), with Carly Smallman (The Rob Brydon Show, Viral Tap), Ross Smith and MC Robyn Perkins