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A funny old week

That’s the thrill of going to see comedians from roughly your own age-group (rough being about right) – as well as recognising the struggle of balancing an existential crisis with a box-set hangover, they usually ensure everyone is safely ensconced in bed by 11pm. 843 more words

SOLD OUT Stewart Lee and Ed Aczel Edinburgh previews - July 7

Laugh Out London presents an evening of Edinburgh Festival previews from two of our favourite alternative comedians Stewart Lee and Ed Aczel as part of the Laugh Out London Comedy Festival at the Old Queen’s Head in Angel. 211 more words

Edinburgh Fringe

life under The Ukip's steel-capped Hush Puppies

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Perry’s teddy bear appreciates my worth – even if I’ll never own a swimming For

It’s no coincidence that they host people such as The Mighty Boosh, who were nominated for awards, such as Russell Brand, or Bill Hicks, or Mr Miyagi, comes along and smashes them out twice, the international Oliver Hardy gesture for having completed an unpleasant task. 454 more words

Markov Chain Output

Laugh Out London announces Edinburgh preview season

Laugh Out London comedy club is very excited to announce another season of work-in-progress comedy shows for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

A host of the country’s best comedy stars will perform across five of Laugh Out London’s venues in Angel, Brixton, Camden, Stoke Newington and Victoria. 323 more words

Edinburgh Fringe

The Vatican

Fuck, it’s been some time since I’ve done anything.

OMG, look over there! It’s Stewart Lee!!

Atheism

A week of cultural variety.

Well, it’s been a fairly positive week. Went back to work following my shoulder operation and finally got my sling off on Friday. Hopefully this will lead to improved sleep and reduced tired and discomfort based grumpiness! 449 more words

The most entertaining British funeral of the last 115 years - an audio recording

Whose are the greatest British funerals of the 20th and 21st centuries?

Well, there is Queen Victoria’s in 1901, Sir Winston Churchill’s in 1965 and Princess Diana’s in 1997. 528 more words

Comedy