The bank holiday music bonanza of the Camden Crawl has a new comedy counterpart. Tickets for The Comedy Crawl go on sale today, with weekend passes that will get you unlimited access to over 100 funny acts performing in parallel to the music festival across 7 Camden venues.
Performers already confirmed include Andrew Maxwell, Adrian Poynton, Frisky and Mannish, Matt Kirshen, Michael Legge, Nat Lursema, Robin Ince, Sean Hughes, Delete the Banjax, Colin Hoult, Rich Fulcher, Tony Law, Shappi Khorsandi, Pappy's, Gerry Howell and Nathan Penlington and many more.
The 'crawls' take place simultaneously over the weekend of 30 April - 1 May. Committed comedy fans will be shuttling between the venues dotted along NW1's High Street from Mornington Crescent to the Lock doubtless exchanging sweat with hoardes of music fans, desperate to get into their next gig. Camden will be queuetastic so if it sounds as horrific to you as camping out on the Mall for the Royal Wedding the day before, don't decide to go Camden Market this bank holiday weekend.
Compared to its musical mate, the Comedy Crawl is a bargain at £20 for Saturday or Sunday tickets, or £25 for a weekend pass. Tickets are on sale now.