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Comedy Camp is back!

Our favourite London LGBT-friendly comedy night of years gone by is back! If you scroll back far enough in our history, you'll find several meets at this event run by Simon Happily, who is again running this comedy night as a pop-up event at:

The Sir Richard Steele, (on Haverstock Hill, NW3) - just down the road from Belsize Park or Chalk Farm tube stations.

Your laughs are ready and waiting here, warming up for Valentine's day (the Friday night) so don't miss out. Billed as an "Anti-Valentine's special", with Shazia Mirza, Steve Nallon & Marian Pashley. You may recognise some of those names...


Tickets are on sale now, please buy your tickets separately - RSVPing here will NOT get you a ticket, but please do rsvp so you can be found/find other meetup people and show it as an active event. There might(?) be some tickets available on the night but check the facebook page; demand may be strong as we haven't seen this night around in a long time and it has a reputation! The direct ticket link is  (or via the comedycamp site):

Arrive from 7.30 for 8.30 show; there's no seating plan (going on previous shows) just turn up early enough to get one when the show opens. 

The group can organise to meet up before the event and then sit together for full bi-support in the audience! Laughing always helps break the ice with new friends from the group and its always been a fun night out for our group with good reviews from previous years (when it was in soho). There'll likely be a big majority of Gay/Lesbian audience so lets give our 'B' a good showing and let the laughs flow

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  • Jo

    Hi, If anyone can't make it and has a spare ticket do let me know as I would have loved this.

    February 14, 2014

    • John G

      Give 'em a call and find out what the situation is - and if you fancy your luck, turn up and tell them you're hoping for some no-shows so that they can sell any spare tickets to you.

      February 14, 2014

  • John G

    I hope you all got tickets already - Simon posted on f/b a couple of days ago that there's only a handful of tickets left...

    February 13, 2014

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