BITE ME! has one last gig before we break for the summer and a brilliant new line up! So come down and have a laugh and watch some great sketch and stand up for the price of a pint! Hope to see you there The Camden Head
100 Camden High Street
£3 cash at door
BITE ME JULY
UNDER DOGS FOSTERS BEST NEW SKETCH ACT FINALIST 2014
ROBIN INCE THE INFINITE MONKEY CAGE WITH PHYSICIST BRIAN COX
SARAH CAMPBELL WRITER FOR BBC3’S RUSSELL HOWARD’S GOOD NEWS
MAX DICKENS TWICE A FINALIST IN CHORTLE STUDENT COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR
LOU SANDERS RECOMMENDED BY TIMEOUT
MICHAEL STRAINEY COMEDY CAFE NEW ACT FINALIST 2013
DARYL PERRY WINNER BALDOCK NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR 2013
LYNDON GRADY HONOURABLE MENTION HACKNEY NEW ACT UNDER DOGS
FOSTERS BEST NEW SKETCH ACT FINALIST 2014
MAX TURNER BEST NEW SKETCH ACT FINALIST 2013
HACKNEY NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2012
“innovative and playful, showing off a solid base of real acting ability” “A refreshingly intelligent take on comedy, there is simply no doubt the Under Dogs are going places.”
★ ★ ★ ★ Fringe Guru
“snappy back and forth sketches… It’s enough to leave you with your tail wagging”
★ ★ ★ ★Threeweeks
"I’ve just been comically sexually abused with rubber gloves" ★ ★ ★ ★ Twitter ROBIN INCE
is an English stand-up comedian, actor and writer. He is best known for presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage with physicist Brian Cox.In 1990, Ince first appeared at Greyfriars Kirkhouse at the Edinburgh Festival where Eddie Izzard was running a venue. At the time Ince was performing in a play called 'Shadow Walker' by Trevor Maynard. He had appeared at the Cafe Royale as part of the Edinburgh Fringe show 'Rubbernecker', alongside Stephen Merchant, Jimmy Carrand Ricky Gervais in 2001. As a close friend of Ricky Gervais, Ince opened as a support act for his Politics tour in 2004 and his Fame tour in 2007. He also appears on the DVD and often appears in Ricky's video podcasts, mainly being bullied, annoyed and attacked by Gervais. Throughout 2008, Ince had residency at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre trying out new material for his upcoming shows. In late 2008 he released a live stand up DVD entitled Robin Ince is as Dumb as You, released by Go Faster Stripe. Then between January and April 2009, Ince performed his UK tour Bleeding Heart Liberal, playing 51 dates. Towards the end of 2009 and into 2010, Ince toured his next show entitled Robin Ince vs. the Moral Majority. In 2011 he started on the road again performing his 'Happiness Through Science' UK show which continued to add many additional dates and whose scheduled was extended into 2012
Award winning stand-up comedian. Twice a finalist in Chortle Student Comedian of The Year, and was named by The Sun newspaper as one of their “2011 Comedy Picks”. Appeared at the prestigious Edinburgh stand-up showcases “The Lunchtime Club”, and also “AAA” in the Pleasance Courtyard.
4 stars, The Scotsman, Kate Copstick
"This is a great hour packed full of laughs...Great charm and talent in a beautifully constructed show."
4 stars, The British Comedy Guide, “fantastic”.
4 stars, Broadway Baby, “momentous”.
4 stars, Three Weeks.
“razor sharp”, Fest Mag.
Part of double-act sketch show “Dregs”, with comedian Mark Smith. having already written and appeared in sketches for Channel 4 (‘This Just In’) and BBC2 (‘Dick and Dom’s Funny Business’).
Writing/performing partnership with comedienne Amy Hoggart, snappily named “Amy and Max”. Renowned for our huge variety of distinctive and original characters, we regularly post improvised comedy sketches on our popular You Tube channel.
Other press (if you are important and need quotes):
“Buckets of energy” The Daily Telegraph
“...an hour which thrives on its unpredictability” The List
“Mining previously untouched seams of surrealism and hilarity...Surreal, original and frequently surprising, Dregs are a cut above the average comedy duo...” Fest Mag
“There are some wonderfully deranged ideas lurking in the minds of Max Dickins and Mark Smith” The Scotsman
“rib-tickling” Bruce Dessau-The Evening Standard
Is a writer, actor and stand-up. Sarah has written and appeared in sketches for BBC Comedy Online with her double act Christmas For Two. She also wrote and performed in BBC3’s comedy ident. She scripted and starred in the short comic film The Bride & the Bride which was selected for the BFI’s 25th London Lesbian And Gay Film Festival.
Sarah’s TV credits include Live At The Electric (BBC3), New Tricks (BBC1), and Sky sitcoms The Spa and Spy in which she played Agent Lisa. She also recently played Mila Kunis’s evil gynecological nurse in the forthcoming movie Jupiter Ascending from Matrix creators The Wachowskis.
Sarah began her career as a finalist in the national stand-up competition Funny Women in 2008, and has gigged all over the UK for clubs including The Stand, Spank!, and the Frog and Bucket club in Manchester. In 2013 she will take her debut full length show Sarah Campbell: Experiments in Fun to the Edinburgh Festival.
“Hugely talented…If you haven’t heard the name Sarah Campbell yet, then log it into the old memory banks, you’ll be hearing from her again” Time Out
“One of the standout stand-ups of the future” British Comedy Guide
“You can’t help but feel genuinely privileged to be in the room with Sarah Campbell…her sharp, conversational style has abundant freshness and charm.” ****The Skinny
HACKNEY EMPIRE NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST, HONORY TV: Malcolm Hardee's Comedy Joke Book (SKY TV), House of Fun, Stand Up Show (Meridian), A Clip Round the Ear (BBC Radio Wales) (2000). “gorgeously gifted… the Morticia of the comedy circuit winding her way through her deliciously dark humour” TIME OUT “Definitely a name to look out for.” DAILY EXPRESS
Lou has written additional material for Miranda Hart’s 2014 tour. She’s written on two series of C4’s Stand up for the Week, BBC3’s Laughtershock & various TV pilots. She’s also appeared in some TV stuff doing some pretty heroic acting, was in a music video for Stay+ and used to be in a joke band called Geoff Leopard.
She was in the top 10 jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe 2012, Dave TV, and also got joke of the day in the Independent.
Lou’s shows have been recommended by TimeOut, BBC London, Fest magazine, LOL, The Sun, London is Funny, Dave TV, Richard Herring and Spoonfed.
Winner Baldock New Comedian of the Year 2013
Runner up Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award sponsored by the Glee Club 2013
Finalist Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2012
Finalist Comedy Store King Gong November 2012 (beat the gong)
Finalist Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2012
Finalist Max Turner Prize 2013
Finalist Lastminute Comedy New Comedian of the Year 2013
Semi Finalist So you think you’re funny? 2012
Through to audience vote of BBC New Comedy Award 2013
“Daryl Perry has a Welsh lilt so soft you could use it to buff the Higgs-Boson Particle and a sense of humour drier than a scorpion’s gnash” The Haddock
“Like a trim Welsh, bearded, bespectacled, still alive Barry White, Daryl Perry brought smooth tones and big punchlines to the evening… a firm favourite with our effusive crowd.” Fat Controller Comedy
“[Daryl Perry] had a little more fun with the persona, with misplaced boasts and an ill-advised wardrobe, while offering a few offbeat ideas in the Welsh accent that works wonders for slightly otherworldly material… of all the deadpan comics tonight, he displayed more flashes of possibility than the average” Chortle review of Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2012
“Perry won the crowd over with some great observational humour and a laid-back set” Mid Devon Gazette
“With a demeanour more suited to a World War Two vintage bottle top collector who lives only with his classic Heinz baked bean tins and tropical reptiles, Daryl lets us into the trippy dour world of a ‘legend’ elect.” Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award 2013 Clips:
BBC audience vote http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01k6v8w