Gits and Shiggles Comedy
Ed Gamble + Spencer Jones + Bec Hill + Adam Riches
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
On 29 January, as part of Independent Venue Week, Gits and Shiggles Comedy presents a special fundraiser for Teenage Cancer Trust, with a cracking line-up.
Gits and Shiggles is one of London's best comedy nights, organizing 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
A regular panellist on Mock the Week, Ed Gamble is a fast rising stand-up star, and hosted his own all star charity show at Gits and Shiggles earlier this year. As seen on Russell Howard's Good News, Drunk History, Sweat the Small Stuff, Man Down and in the US on Conan.
"[A] comic who has taken a step up this year" ★★★★ Chortle
"An excellent comic" The Scotsman
The wonderfully silly and joyously absurd Spencer Jones is fast becoming one of the best and most inventive acts around, grabbing a nomination for best show at the 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Awards. As seen on Live at the Apollo, Upstart Crow, Live from the BBC and Big Babies.
"Something delightful" The Guardian
One of Time Out's Top 10 funniest comedians on Twitter and host of the sell out London comedy show Pun Run, Bec Hill has received four star reviews from The Times, The Scotsman and The List. As seen on BBC's The Dog Ate My Homework and Sky's DC Fancast.
"An act to watch out for" Chortle
WINNER - Best Show - 2011 Edinburgh Comedy Awards
One of the finest character comedians in the country, with a string of ciritcally acclaimed shows behind him. As seen on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Detectorists, A Streetcar Named Bob.
"It's a struggle to know what actually goes on in the head of Adam Riches, but when he pours it on to the stage he produces something magical." ★★★★★ Chortle
"This generous, goofy and imperious display of rugged ridiculousness fills the room with a blast of fun" ★★★★ The Times