Comedy Slices #4

Art & Culture

The month of toffee apples and fake blood is here! The excitement in the air is palpable. And what a juicy week of comedy is ahead too! With a little extra in this week’s Comedy Slice, it's Christmas come early so devour this slice of comedy pie with gusto.

Halloween doesn't come soon enough for The Queen of Hoxton. They are dragging us kicking and screaming into the ghoulish mood with comComedy presenting zomZomedy Zombie Night on Wednesday 10th October. The purrfect opportunity to give last year's Halloween costume a finial airing in public or perhaps road test this year's offering? It doesn't actually mention anything about fancy dress but it's the month of Halloween when fancy dress is just part of the daily grind. The line up is freakishly good as well with Matt Rees, Gary Tro, Will Howells to name a few. So, go sink your teeth into this bag of delightful comics. 
Wednesday 10th October. The Queen of Hoxton. £5 adv/ £7 on the door
Tony Law, the wonderfully absurd comic, brings his show Maximum Nonsense to the Soho Theatre this week. It is only on from Thursday 4th until Saturday 6th. He once wore a black uni-tard on Russell Howard's Good News Extra. Now I can't shop online without uni-tards and onesies popping up all over the shop. All I am saying is that the guy is not only a comedy delight but also a trend setter. Got your attention now shoreditch don't I? 
SOLD OUT – but worth giving Soho Theatre a ring to see if there are any return tickets
Thursday 4th – Saturday 6th. Soho Theatre. £15 
And just a heads up for next week, the momental comedy night Live at The Chapel  is on Saturday 13th. With past nights including Ed Byrne, Noel Fielding, Frankie Boyle, Stephen Merchant, Josie Long, Russell Howard, Mark Watson, Reginald D Hunter, Simon Amstell and Stewart Lee….this night is sure to sell out fast. Don’t book tickets now at your peril.
Saturday 13th. Union Chapel. £18 tickets available via the invisible dot.