Preview: Pleasance London Edinburgh Preview Season

Franco Milazzo
By Franco Milazzo Last edited 78 months ago
Preview: Pleasance London Edinburgh Preview Season


The Edinburgh Fringe may be all of six weeks away but much of the capital's comedy talent is hard at work getting ready before they go north to seek fame, fortune and deep-fried Mars Bars.

Fringe favourite Pleasance Edinburgh's London sibling is hosting a series of shows in June and July starting this Sunday. Prices have been set at a very reasonable £5 for single acts and £10 for doubles. Ones to watch for include the evergreen Richard Herring, the "endearingly stupid" Idiot Of Ants,  the Enfield-born winner of last year's Edinburgh Comedy Award Russell Kane and Amused Moose Laugh-Off Award-winner Naz Osmanoglu.

19th June Tom Bell
20th June Nick Helm
21st June Delete The Banjax
22nd June Ian D Montford
23rd June Humphrey Ker
23rd June Idiots of Ants
25th June Matthew Crosby
26th June Chris Cox
28th June Benny Boot
29th June Josh Widdicombe
30th June Tom Price
1st July Betamax (Beta Males & Max and Ivan)
2nd July Betamax (Beta Males & Max and Ivan)
3rd July Nick Helm
4th July David Reed
5th July Delete The Banjax
6th July Henry Paker
8th July Lady Garden
9th July Matthew Crosby
10th July Chris Cox
11th July Delete The Banjax
13th July Idiots of Ants
14th July Humphrey Ker
15th July Tom Price
16th July Steve Hall & Russell Kane
17th July Seminar & Jigsaw
18th July Naz Osmanoglu & The Baby Diary
19th July Jimmy Mcghie & Richard Herring
20th July Gareth Richards & Jigsaw
21st July The Comedy Zone & Seminar
22nd July Peacock and Gamble & Russell Kane
23rd July Steve Hall & Ahir Shah
24th July The Comedy Zone & Gareth Richards
25th July Naz Osmanoglu & Jow Wilkinson
26th July Tom Deacon & Jimmy Mcghie
27th July Peacock and Gamble & Roisin Conaty
28th July Ahir Shan & Rob Deering
29th July Gareth Richards & Matt Forde
30th July Matt Forde & Roisin Conaty

More and information and tickets available from the Pleasance London website.

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Last Updated 15 June 2011