Wednesdays! ft. John Kearns

Wednesday 5 June

The Albany

Johnny & the Baptists! Sara Barron! Ed Aczel & Joz Norris! Zach & Viggo!


19:30 – 22:00
The Albany240
Great Portland S
London W1W 5QU
"The art form's cutting edge" - Guardian
"The line-up is such a banger" - London Evening Standard
"A knack for nailing down the most promising acts around" - The British Comedy Guide
6 x Evening Standard recommended
Previous acts include Jack Whitehall, Phil Wang, Desiree Burch and Jamali Maddix

this week featuring:

JOHN KEARNS
it's the only ever two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, Kearnsy boy is absolutely beloved and incredibly talented. "Kearns goes to places stand-up rarely goes. If you appreciate intellectually ambitious humour as well as Live at the Apollo hilarity go and see him. If you have a heart you will laugh and be moved." five stars, Evening Standard

JOHNNY AND THE BAPTISTS
beloved musical-activist-comedians Johnny and the Baptists have received huge acclaim and near-universal four and five star reviews for years calling them things like "excellent" (Guardian), "wickedly funny" (Times) and "superbly crafted (Metro) which is a delightful combo

SARA BARRON
nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe last year for her multi-five-star reviewed debut, Sara's gone on to appear on Frankie Boyle's New World Order. she's a huge rising star and very much one to watch

ED & JOZ
Ed (Aczel) and Joz (Norris) are two of alternative comedy's most beloved idiots; one for his cardboard-dry wit and the other for his floppy silliness. now, they're a dry-floppy-supergroup and we cannot wait to see them

ZACH & VIGGO
runners of excellent funk-comedy production house Stamptown, this pair have won Best Comedy at Brighton Fringe and in the weekly award at Adelaide Fringe, and been dubbed by comedy bible Chortle in a four and a half star review as "your new favourite double act"

ANDREA HUBERT
"deeply cynical, sarcastic and wonderfully honest, Hubert’s hilarious" ★★★★★ Broadway Baby

and held together by some schmuck called
MARTIN WILLIS

£5 early bird
£7 punctual bird
£10 on the door

lineups subject to change
we regret the venue isn't wheelchair accessible
Tickets no longer available