Gits & Shiggles Comedy - Zoe Lyons, Joe Thomas, Matt Richardson + More TBC
Zoe Lyons + Joe Thomas + Matt Richardson
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
Gits and Shiggles is one of London's best comedy nights, organising events throughout the capital as well as monthly at its residency at The Half Moon, Putney.
Bringing you the best in emerging, established and alternative stand-up, sketch, musical, character and improv comedy, acts performing at past and future events include Jack Whitehall, Alistair McGowan, Sean Hughes, Josh Widdicombe, Henning Wehn, Holly Walsh, Andrew Lawrence, Josh Howie, Loretta Maine, EastEnd Cabaret, Andy Zaltzman, Rich Fulcher, Tom Rosenthal, Mark Little, Piff the Magic Dragon, Pappy's, Humphrey Ker, Dr Brown, Cardinal Burns, Tony Law, The Beta Males, Isy Suttie, Frank Sanazi, Wit Tank, Norman Lovett, Alex Horne, Adam Bloom, Ava Vidal, Lucy Porter, Patrick Monahan, Jigsaw, Jay Foreman, Daniel Simonsen, Stephen Carlin and Bridget Christie.
"Awesome comedy night... If you haven't been yet, go. They've got chairs and everything" - Rich Fulcher, The Mighty Boosh
"Ace line-ups picked by true comedy connoisseurs" - Time Out
Zoe created a huge buzz on the comedy circuit in 2004 when she won the 'Nivea Funny Women Award 2004' and reached the finals of 'Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny Award' in the same year. As a result she has become a highly sought after act on both the national and international circuit.
Zoe takes a sideways view of life, picking out the many absurdities and turning them into hilarious routines which she delivers with tremendous energy.
A lot has happened to Matt Richardson since his last tour. A lot of it is quite strange. Most comedians hope to win accolades and make people laugh, very few end up with Heat Magazine's Weird Crush trophy.
From interviewing millionaire dogs in LA, to having his phone nicked by Kate Moss - it's been an odd, but fun, few years. Now Matt can finally tell people about it, as well as talking about everything else on his mind.
"High Wattage Charisma" (Guardian) from the "hilarious and charming" (Mirror) host of Virgin Radio's Drive-time show