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Under Dogs present BITE ME! COMEDY JAM!

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Thursday 15 November
£3 cash at door - Mention the password "BIG KNICKERS" for 2 for 1 tickets!
The Camden Head
100 Camden High Street
London NW1 0LU
Brilliant sketch and stand up comedy from top London comics hosted by the Under Dogs.
Mr Tony Law - Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee
Amy Hoggart as Pattie Brewster
AF Harold
Mae Martin
Iszi Lawrence
Max Dickens
Peter White
and MC Cynthia Levin
Under Dogs
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 Fan
Mr Tony Law
EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE and “sherpa of stand-up” (Stewart Lee), for some gloriously absurd, loud and ridiculous comedy.
As seen on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Russell Howard’s Good News and Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Tony won the Amused Moose Laughter Award 2011 and the Chortle Breakthrough Award 2012. Total Fringe sell-out 2011 and 2012.
“Law’s genius for the random makes Salvador Dali look about as abstract as Constable” ★★★★★ - Metro
“One of the finest and funniest comics on the circuit… destined for comedy stardom” - Time Out
“Form-busting and hugely enjoyable” ★★★★ - The Times
★★★★★ – The Scotsman | ★★★★★ – Exeunt Magazine | ★★★★★ – Broadway Baby | ★★★★★ – The Skinny | ★★★★★ – ScotsGay | ★★★★★ – LondonIsFunny | ★★★★ – The Telegraph | ★★★★ – Chortle

AF Harold
‘A.F. Harrold is a poet who writes for both children and adults. It’s not necessarily normal or fun, but it’s usually over quite quickly.’
Amy Hoggart as the brilliant Pattie Brewster
Pattie Brewster is just another normal, non-creepy and ok little person. A YouTube film sensation and author of several self-help books (not for publication, just for her), she covers all the hot topics of the day, like environmental, political and cats. Catch her showcasing her investigation into human friendship, its mystical and friendly secrets, plus how to make it (safely). Expect nice times, other things and possibly friendship.
'Impressive and skillful... as good as it gets... It was a genuine pleasure to spend an hour with her' Chortle ★ ★ ★ ★
'Knits me the biggest stuff! And sleeps in my bed... I know now that I love her' Cat ★ ★ ★ ★
'Oh hey guys!' Pattie Brewster ★ ★
Mae Martin
* * * * – “She had the audience in the palm of her hand” – Three Weeks
* * * * – “A dizzying hour” – Fringe Biscuit
* * * * “Full of the confidence of a veteran comedian… An hour of rapier wit and cute charisma” – SCOTSGAY
* * * * “A very accomplished stage presence… It’s not often you’re sad at the end of a show because you remember that you don’t actually know the performer” – Fringe Guru
* * * * “… an enchanting performance… she was excellent” –
* * * * “A complete gem” – The Gay Times
Iszi Lawrence
Iszi lawrence is an English comedian, illustrator and artist. She is the voice of the Skeptics Guide to the Universe and has her own weekly podcast Sundays Supplement which she co-hosts with TV writer Simon Dunn. She is an international speaker on skepticism and atheism. She has six brothers and sisters (half of whom are Muslim) and is an only child. She lives with a poet and a cat who is rubbish at chess.
‘delicious, meticulous and elegant.’
‘unconventionally sassy.’
Louder Than War *****
‘see her before she hits the big time.’
Three Weeks****
‘equal measures silly and provocative.’
‘a deeply affable and engaging stage presence.’
‘energetic, endearing, thoughtful and highly recommended, particularly for those on the lookout for exciting new talent.’
‘Covers refreshing new ground or presents a fresh slant on stand-up staples.’
Broadway Baby****
‘she could never blend into a crowd, but then given the show she is delivering this year she definitely deserves to stand out anyway.’
one 4 review ****
‘ferociously intelligent with a sharp turn of phrase.’
‘a comedian who is clearly going places.’
‘packed with wit and insight.’
The Skinny ****
Peter White
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"
Max Dickins
A brilliant stand-up comedian, Max was named as one of The Sun's 2011 Comedy Picks (along with Josh Widdicombe and others) and went on to perform at the prestigious Lunchtime Club stand-up showcase in Edinburgh that summer. Previous alumni include: Tom Rosenthal (Friday Night Dinner), Joe Lycett (BBC1's Epic Win) and many more. As a stand-up, Max has supported Ardal O'Hanlon on tour, and is taking his debut hour long show to the Edinburgh festival in August 2012.
Max was recently on the bill for one of Time Out's "Comedy up Close" gigs at The Charing Cross Theatre, and has also done extensive MC work, including for Time Out comedy editor Ben Williams where he MCed a theatre gig starring Nick Helm and Sean Hughes. Ben's testimonial: "A warm, personable comic with plenty of tightly-written, punchline-heavy material. A great additional to any bill."

and MC Cynthia Levin
Cynthia is a seasoned, edgy and hilarious performer. Her ability to weave in and out of characters effortlessly and move audiences with her story telling ability has made her an audience favourite. She has been compared to many of our world’s favourite comic’s, such as; Lenny Bruce and Richard Pryer.
Known as a “comic’s comic”, Cynthia was also popular in the Alternative Comedy Scene in Los Angeles, winning an “Always Makes Me Laugh” award and a “The Comic Who Least Repeats Themselves” Award. Cynthia was also named as “One to Watch” in the Hollywood Reporters Special Comedy Issue.