Thur 1 June Camden Eye

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Venue: 
Camden Eye
comedians: 
VERY SPECIAL NIGHT Edinburgh preview from Multi Award Winning IAN SMITH & Edinburgh preview from critically acclaimed SAMANTHA RUTH PRESSDEE (Sextremist ) . Please be aware that Samantha`s show involve`s nudity MC Martin Besserman

 

at THE CAMDEN EYE

upstairs Lounge bar

Address: 2 Kentish Town Rd, London NW1 9NX

opposite Camden Town tube

Monkey Business

Comedy Club 

Proudly presents

 

brilliant / highly enjoyable

Multi Award -Winning

charming stand-up

Ian Smith

 
Ian Smith (BBC3’s Sweat the Small Stuff, BBC2’s Popatron) is an award-winning comedian.Ian has performed three critically acclaimed Edinburgh solo shows, as well as appearing in the award-winning “underground comedy hit of the fringe” (Guardian), ‘Waiting for Gaddot’. His 2015 show, ‘

★★★★★ The Mirror ★★★★★ Three Weeks ★★★★★ Angry Microwave ★★★★★ Black Diamond).Ian is also one third of iTunes top-10-charting podcast, The Magic Sponge, alongside Rob Beckett and Jimmy Bullard.Ian also has a range of acting roles, including a lead role in BBC2 sitcom Popatron, starring alongside Katherine Parkinson in Sky comedy Officially Special and a leading role in BBC1 drama The Ark, starring David Threlfall.“

Fantastically funny” – The Times

“Proper star quality” – The Guardian“

You’d do well to catch him now before his inevitable jump to the big time” – The Telegraph

plus

 performing her critically acclaimed

Edinburgh preview

 (Sextremist) 

SAMANTHA  RUTH  PRESSDEE

An action barbie with a plastic cock, who's sick of being treated like a toy, invites you to join the sexual revolution!

Sextremist is like a Ted Talk, only topless - with jokes. Dress code: tops optional. #FreeTheNipple. 'The most uninhibitedly entertaining proponent of female empowerment you will see' (Kate Copstick, The Scotsman) 'Hits a rich vein of dark humour, nicely crafted jokes with sharp tim