Laugh with 100 Wardour St

WHEN: 25-09-2017

Join us on Monday 25th September for an evening of non-stop laughing!

For one night only, Ginglik’s Laugh presents a night of comedy from the incredibly talented Tony Law, Nathan Caton, Kelly Convey and MC Darren Harriott.

Ginglik Productions Laugh comedy night has ran for over 10 years producing a series of sold out shows across some of London’s most iconic venues and offering some of the best comedians on the circuit.

Doors open at 7pm, show begins from 8pm. Tickets £15: Early Bird £10 and include a welcome, complimentary cocktail.  To book please visit here

Why not make a night of it and enjoy a pre-show bite to eat? Enjoy two courses for £18 with a glass of wine in the Bar & Lounge. See sample menu here

‘One of London’s Best Comedy Clubs’ Evening Standard, 2017

‘London’s Best New Comedy Night’ The Times

‘Jimmy Carr’s Favourite Comedy Club’ The Tube

‘One of London’s Best Comedy Nights’ allinlondon

Laugh with 100 Wardour St. kicks of with some some the best received acts from this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival:

Tony Law

‘Takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level’ The Guardian

‘Chaos has rarely been so finely constructed and this much fun’ The Times
Tony Law is a three-time Chortle Award winner, Amused Moose Best Show winner and Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee. He is known for his highly surreal material and delivery, and eclectic historical style of dress, favouring boots with turned-up jeans and a Viking/explorer style of hair. His extensive TV and radio credits include: Have I Got News For You (BBC One), The Alternative Comedy Experience (Comedy Central), 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4),  Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One), Celebrity Squares (ITV) Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two). This year, Tony will be recording his BBC Radio 4 show, Tony Law: 21st Century Adventurer!

Nathan Caton

‘laidback, on-the-nose material’ The Guardian

‘Caton is probably the most exciting young black comic on the scene.’ Fest

Nathan Caton’s charismatic and laidback style of stand up has seen him quickly establish himself on the comedy circuit. Regarded as one of the best young comics in the UK, Nathan’s award-winning combination of personal and topical anecdotes has lead to appearances on BBC1’s Live At The Apollo, BBC2’s Mock The Week, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Live From the Edinburgh Festival, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, The News Quiz, A Good Read and his BBC Radio 4 sitcom Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing as well as hosting the Facebook Live series for aptly named Studs Up.

Kelly Convey

‘1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out For in 2017’ Metro

‘Kelly is a bright and filthy new star.’ Funny Women

Kelly Convey is an ‘in-your-face and reassuringly confident’ (Marissa Burgess – Chortle) comedian who is not one to mince her words when giving audiences an insight into what modern women really think. While her outspoken and forward-thinking musings may go against the grain, ‘there’s a winning authenticity to her material’ (Steve Bennett – Chortle) that is refreshing and relatable. This authenticity has led to a whole host of accolades and acknowledgments in her whirlwind rise through the comedy scene. Voted by Metro as ‘1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out for in 2017, Kelly is, no doubt, one to watch.

Darren Harriott (MC)

‘Passionate, articulate, witty and bursting with streetwise confidence.’ Evening Standard

‘he’s properly funny…a man who wouldn’t dream of touching on a topic unless he had a crisp line on it.’ The Times

Darren Harriott is one of the most exciting up-and-coming comedians on the circuit. Over the last year, he has appeared on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, and supported Jimmy Carr on tour. He also provided tour support for Funmbi Omotayo. Darren then headed to the Edinburgh Festival 2016, as part of the prestigious Pleasance Reserve, where he featured on the comedy show, BBC Radio 4 Extra Stands Up. His debut Edinburgh Fringe hour this year, Defiant, received numerous rave reviews, including from The Times and the Evening Standard.