Lolbot Wars - September 2018

Friday 7 September


The Chaotic Comedy Game Show Returns!

19:30 – 22:00
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
'Likeable performers with nice ideas. Craig Charles would be proud. Don't stay at home like boring bores, get out there and see Lolbot Wars!' - Broadway Baby

LOLBOT WARS returns! The smash-hit live game show from the Edinburgh Fringe is blasting back onto stage at 2NorthDown. Four of the finest acts in comedy are bring brought together to perform their best stuff, then battle each other for glory in the Lolbot Wars arena. They'll battle with their Words, insulting and rap battling each-other into emotional submission, with their Wits, improvising material competitively based on audience challenge boards, or with an array of high-powered and almighty Weapons, battling as violently as comedians can with inflatable mallets and chainsaws...

Hosted and devised by Elliot Wengler, every Lolbot Wars show is unique, often violent, and chock-full of hilarious hijinks! Let the wars begin!


One of the Guardian's Comedy Picks of the Fringe 2017
"An absolute idiot...Simple, silly and screamingly funny." - Fest
"Had the audience in the palm of his hand...Mesmerising." - One4Review
"Impossible to dislike." - Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
"Simply one of the most joyous comedians around." - The Comedy Verdict
"A born entertainer and a great comedy writer." - Chortle
"Genuinely medicinal, and cheers the soul." - British Comedy Guide
"A skilful and thoughtful writer who fastidiously avoids boring or obvious choices and excels at being unselfconsciously daft." - TVBomb

“The ultra-cynical Kathryn Mather… used to be a children’s entertainer, and now seems to relish the chance to explore darker thoughts her old job would never allow. ‘My favourite thing about a terrorist attack…’ starts one routine. Her black humour certainly hit a chord with the room.” – Chortle
“It’s not controversy for controversy’s sake, it’s deftly handled and occasionally veers towards surreal.” – Cup of Beans
“Mather, whose material is dark, sharp, largely unprintable and often downright bizarre. Her set was a crowd favourite, managing to never offend while delivering no-holds-barred material.” –The Oxford Times

Funny Women One to Watch 2018
"Talked skillfully, my jaw soon aching with laughter" - 4Stars - Oxford Times
Semi Finalist So You Think You're Funny 2018

"A fun, teasing way of keeping the audience on their toes." - Chortle
"This is a guy who could probably inject atmosphere into a vacuum... It was a joy to watch him work." - Notts Comedy Review
"Hilarious to watch" -

£9 in advance. £12 on the door.
Tickets no longer available