This July we are thrilled to host a gaggle of emerging talents and riotous big name comics before they tear up Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.
Why venture to Edinburgh when you can see the most hotly anticipated Festival highlights right here in Clapham before anybody else?

MARCUS BRIGSTOCKE: DEVIL MAY CARE

25-29 July | 7.30pm

Marcus Brigstocke, multi-award winning stand-up, presents a work in progress show, performing a brand-new hour of hilarious comedy. As seen on Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You and Mock the Week.

 

£9 | £7 conc.

SISTERHOOD: JOLIE BOOTH

17-18 July | 7.30pm

Three women, aged 20, 40 and 60 (but not a virgin, mother or hag in sight) set about unpicking the fine weave of existence, re-examining with fresh and furious eyes the state of feminism today.

 

£9 | £7 conc.

KILLYMUCK

19-20 July | 7.30pm

Niamh navigates life through the parameters of the benefits class. Lack of opportunity, education, impoverishment, addiction and depression are the norms, the struggle to escape becomes priority.  

 

£9 | £7 conc.

THE ROCKFORD FILE: PRESENTED BY BADBACK MOUNTAIN

22 July | 4pm, 7.30pm

The Rockford File, a funny, poignant evening with two likeable misadventurers. Home truths, outright lies, jokes, exaggerations and superlative live Rocking Country music.

 

£9 | £7 conc.

EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE KO

23 July | 7.30pm

Kaiya Stone reflects on her life from childhood to adulthood, coping with dyslexia, dyspraxia, and ADHD. This is a call to arms for a movement that questions the way we are “supposed” to think. As featured on the BBC.

 

£9 | £7 conc.

GULLIVER RETURNS

28 July | 2pm

A haunting new play about broken dreams, enduring love, and the weird world we live in; inspired by Swift’s savage masterpiece Gulliver’s Travels. From the company behind The Man Who Would Be King (‘Flawless’ The Stage).

 

£9 | £7 conc.