Tuesday 16 May
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Laugh Out London returns to The Antelope following a sold out debut in Tooting, with the super suave MARCEL LUCONT topping the bill.
Tickets: £5 advance, £7 on the door
Alexis Dubus’s Gallic creation is the peak of character comedy.
The irresistible Frenchman has appeared on BBC’s Live at the Electric, Russell Howard’s Good News and had huge success at Fringe festivals across the world. His 2012 Edinburgh show took home The Amused Moose Laughter Award.
Winner best sketch, character or improv 2015 Chortle Awards
“The punchlines shine without any presentational trickery. The writing here is often impeccable” – ★★★★ Chortle
“Fresh, accessible and hilarious” – The Guardian
“Wonderful French wit… A pitch-perfect performance… Superb stuff” – Time Out
Boundary pushing character comic who has proven consistently inventive and entertaining. His 2012 show brought him the converted Edinburgh Comedy Award.
Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show winner 2011
“Hellbent on our entertainment” ★★★★ – Guardian
“Quite simply the single funniest of the 60-plus shows that I have seen so far this year”★★★★★ – Telegraph
“This is playtime on cocaine, with unforgettably outrageous stunts and a souped-up spirit of knockabout, oddball fun that is as irresistible as ever” ★★★★ – Chortle
Irresistibly likable stand-up whose most recent show “Common” about her working class upbringing brought about a whole bundle of 5 and 4 star reviews. She has also supported Alan Carr, Josh Widdicombe and Kevin Bridges on tour.
“Suzi Ruffell has nabbed the working-class comedy crown for her generation. Everyone else can go home” ★★★★ – Chortle
“Ruffell herself is hilarious, a performer with a formidable range that she utilises to the fullest extent” ★★★★ – Skinny
“a real stand up gem” -The Guardian
One of the rising stars of the UK standup scene. Lauren was runner up at the Funny Women Awards 2014 and was the only female comedian to reach the final of the Chortle Student Comedy Awards. She also got to the BBC New Comedy Awards final and has supported Katherine Ryan and Stewart Francis on tour.
“a high gag count in this well polished set” – Chortle
“sharp writing” – The Guardian
“a rising star” – Evening Standard