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BITE ME! COMEDY JAM Thursday 21 Mar 8pm - £3
The Camden Head
100 Camden High St
London NW1 0LU
Hey guys we have another BITE ME! COMEDY JAM happening Thursday Mar 21 with a brilliant new line up of very funny sketch, stand up and character comedy all for the price of a pint £3.
Kate & I are also making our first Feature Film Headlock Security which has a few of our regular comics acting in it as well as an Victoria Blunt who we met when she came to see our last BITE ME show – turns out she was a brilliant actress and is now playing the romantic lead in the film! Check out our Kickstarter page and help us spread the word!
Here is the line up – hopefully see you all there
UNDER DOGS – NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST
LEWIS SCHAFFER – MALCOM HARDY AWARD WINNER
TOM HOLMES - Leicester Gong Show Finalist
RUTH COCKBURN – FUNNY WOMEN SEMI FINALIST
HILL AND WEEDON – LAUGHING HORSE NEW ACT FINALIST
RICHARD TODD – AMUSED MOOSE WINNER
PETER WHITE – CANADIAN COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE
A MALCOLM HARDEE AWARD WINNER.
How did Lewis Schaffer, a sharp-suited wisecracking New Yorker become described as “the new king of Soho”?
‘‘Lewis Schaffer has a unique style” - says Time Out New York –
“he can insult you and love you in the same sentence.” Most comics try to push boundaries but Lewis Schaffer pulls the rug out from under you. This is stand up in its rawest and most unpredictable form.“I love Lewis Schaffer! I love his pugnacious, in-your-face delivery. His total indifference to all things British is brilliant!”
Kate Copstick, ITV & The Scotsman
Recommended by The Times, Time Out, The Guardian, The Evening Standard, The Independent, londonisfunny.com, spoonfed.com, visitlondon.com, londontown.com, and may others.
MAX TURNER NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2013
HACKNEY NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2012
FUNNY WOMEN SEMI FINALIST 2012
LEICESTER SQUARE SEMI 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 Fan
- Cavendish Cup Finalist (July 2011, September 2011, October 2011, March 2012, April 2012)
- Leicester Gong Show Finalist (December 2011)
- Golden Jester Competition Semi-Finalist (Ongoing competition)
Tom Holmes performed his first ever stand up set in July 2011 and has been a regular of the London circuit ever since. Tom has done spots all over London and the South East at the biggest open mic venues and has more recently began headlining comedy nights. Tom is often told he is full of natural swagger, likeability and has a certain charm on stage... he also gets mistaken for a member of staff every time he is in JD Sports.
Tom is a keen writer, and as well as penning sitcom scripts, he had a novel published in 2010.
Ruth has been writing comedy sketches and plays since she graduated in 2005 from Manchester Metropolitan University School of Theatre, where she studied acting.
Her comedy plays have been performed in numerous festivals including Sydney's 'Short & Sweet' Festival, Lost Theatre companies One Act Festival, Buxton Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe. Her play 'Saturday Boy' was also nominated for Best new writing in Buxtons' Fringe 2008.
She began performing Stand up comedy in May 2008. In her first year she was a 'Funny Women' Semi Finalist, 'So you think you're funny' Semi Finalist, and came third in Mirth on Monday's new act Competition.
She has also proved her worth at music festivals, having performed at Kendal Calling, Y-Not and The Green Man festival.
Ruth is primarily a musical act, with well timed audience interaction and serial stories that take the audience on a nice little journey.
Manchester Radio online
BBC Radio Manchester
Key 103 & Galaxy (Hywel & Jamie)
"Both clever & hilarious in style" Edfringe review
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED" Stoon Buxton Fringe
"Ruth's comedy is a particularly potent mix of spot-on, slightly surreal social commentary and brilliantly inventive, hummable and instantly hilarious songs." Spotlight Comedy
HILL AND WEEDON
LAUGHING HORSE NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST
Hill and Weedon: musical comedy duo, part time spider breeders and best friends!
Hill and Weedon have been tap-dancing, bell-ringing and salmon-stomping their way around the ol' comedy swimming hole for a year now, blending what is mostly regarded as human-noise with a host of other sounds, bells and whistles to create funny music for captivated audiences and empty chairs alike.
Reaching the final of the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2012, as well as opening for the likes of Danny Bhoy, these shirt-stained soul-men are ready and/or raring to go!
They also recycle.
2012 AMUSED MOOSE LAUGH-OFF AWARD - WINNER
2011 LEICESTER SQUARE NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR - FINALIST
“his material proves him to be an inventive comic thinker, with surrealism that creates weird imagery with robust, if unlikely, internal logic.” – Chortle
Peter White thinks he's hilarious. Other people seem to agree. Born in a small town in Nova Scotia, Canada, Peter has gone on to accomplish a lot in a short time. He recorded his own hour long Comedy Network stand up special, was nominated for Canadian Comedy Award and a Writer's Guild of Canada Award, and appeared in a TV miniseries with Pierce Brosnan. He's performed all across Canada, including the prestigious Just For Laugh's international comedy festival in Montreal, and has written for various television shows, including the multpile Gemini award winning policatl satire show "This Hour Has 22 Minutes"