Laughing Around Presents... #2

Monday 10 June


Harry Carr, Kemah Bob, Esther Manito, Grainne MacGuire Naz Osmangolu

19:30 – 22:00
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
Ever fancied being in the audience for a live filming special?! Come on down to 2Northdown on Monday 10th June to be part of the action and catch some award-winning comedians for a live filming night with Laughing Around.

Laughing Around is the online hub for everything comedy. It connects people with comedy and comedians with their fans through many platforms.

Don't miss out on this chance to see a fantastic line-up of comedians in a unique setting! Featuring;

Kemah Bob

Rising star Kemah Bob is an exciting stand-up comedian, writer, improviser, drag king, presenter and producer from Houston, Texas - and is proud of drinking the same tap water as Beyoncé. She is a regular guest on The Guilty Feminist podcast and has performed to sold-out audiences at their Live shows at The London Palladium.

On the small screen Kemah has appeared on BBC Three and most recently wrote and appeared in sketches for Deborah Frances-White’s pilot for Channel 4; Next Week’s News. She can also be heard on Grown-Up Land & Global Pillage.

Naz Osmangolu
Naz has appeared on Live at the Electric (BBC Three), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Horrible Histories (CBBC) as a core cast member in the 7th series. He’s also acted in Drunk History (Comedy Central), Plebs (ITV2) and Bull (UKTV Gold). In 2016 Naz wrote and starred in the 4-part series Flat TV alongside Tom Rosenthal which aired on both BBC3 and BBC2. Most recently, Naz has performed in the highly-praised Inside Number 9 (BBC2), Channel 4’s Back, Comedy Central’s Absolutely Fine and Trauma for ITV.
Naz was also a member of acclaimed sketch trio WitTank with whom he regularly performed on Live at the Electric (BBC3) and Sketchorama (Radio 4). WitTank are well-known Edinburgh Fringe veterans with 10 shows under their belt.
“A high energy, no-holds-barred hour from the consistently funny Naz” The Telegraph
“Particularly magnetic” The Guardian
“He is a name to remember, however difficult that might be. Very confident, very original and tightly performed” Richard Herring
“Spirited, witty and individual… more energy than a dozen Duracell bunnies” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Livewire Naz Osmanoglu is surely the heir to Rik Mayall’s throne” The Evening Standard
“Beautiful narrative sketch comedy … masterful” The Sunday Times

Tom Houghton
“The long awaited male answer to Bridget Jones made flesh…
this unexpected tour de force warrants a 21-gun salute” **** The Daily Telegraph
“A crafty idiot” **** The Daily Mail
As seen on BBC1, BBC3, Channel 4’s “First dates” and Comedy Central’s “The Jim Jefferies Show”
"this unexpected tour de force warrants a 21-gun salute” **** The Daily Telegraph

Andrea Hubert
Winner: This is London "Best Debut Edinburgh Show" 2016 for 'Week'
Winner: Bafta Rocliffe New Writing Award 2013
Shortlisted: Bafta Rocliffe New Writing Award 2012
Winner - Boom-Tish New Act 2011
Finalist - Leicester Square New Comedian 2011
Semi-finalist - So You Think You're Funny 2010
“A gifted storyteller…Hubert was the highlight of the show.” - Fringe Guru
“Andrea Hubert’s eccentric and dark humour has the audience in hysterics" - Broadway Baby
“A keen writing skill.…an archly cynical attitude….her slick, fluid set is rich with inventive, sarcastic gags all hung around an intriguing personality" - Chortle

Harry Carr
"Exceptionally written and brilliantly performed" (★★★★★ Bunbury Magazine)
"A hidden gem of a show" (★★★★ Shortcom)
"A master of providing accessible and crowd-pleasing surreal comedy" (★★★★ Entertainment Focus)
"Baffling but really kind of wonderful" (★★★★ The List)
"Time well spent indeed" (★★★★ Three Weeks)

Esther Manito
So you think you’re funny Finalist 2017
Bath comedian of the year finalist 2017
NatWest Woman of a achievement finalist 2018
Published author - Don’t Panic I’m Islamic
First female comedian to perform at Dubai opera house 2018
“A lot of hair and a lot of talent “ - Beyond The Joke

Gráinne Maguire
Gráinne Maguire is an award winning stand up comedian and comedy writer.
She has appeared on Dave's UnSpun with Matt Forde, Comedy Central's Alternative Comedy Experience, RTE’s Cutting Edge and can be heard on Radio 4's The Now Show, More Money Than Sense, An Idiot’s Guide, Breaking The News and Radio 2's What If?
She has performed at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Galway Comedy Festival, The Aarhus Comedy Festival and The Kilkenny Cats Laugh.
She was nominated for Best Show at the 2016 Leicester Comedy Festival and Best Show by Broadway World at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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