Hen and Chickens Theatre
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
This dinky, black box theatre (seating only 54) above a cosy Victorian corner pub in Islington is well known as the place to see great solo comedy shows, especially those warming up for a tour. Acts have included the likes of Jimmy Carr, Frankie Boyle and Rhona Cameron.
Hen and Chickens Theatre 109 St Paul's Rd
What's on at Hen and Chickens Theatre
A comedy set in a radio drama studio in the 1950s. Here seven actors play all the characters along with inventive sound effects. 'An Innocent Man' features the death of a secret agent in London prompting Richard McDonagh to escape from England to clear...
Dan Green, Steph Peart and Andrew West team up for this comedy hour for 'malfunctioning adults'.
Character comedy for all the social rejects out there from Gerardine Coyne.
Friendly stand-up Mark Smith workshops new jokes.
Stand-up, Solo shows
Stand-up Luke Stephen is having an early mid-life crisis and looks at turning 30 in his solo show.
Jokes from Sean Bennett, Garrie Grubb and Liam Sullivan, who don't use any of these new-fangled word-processing unit to write their jokes.
Songs from Dr Chris Oates, as he examines the differences between Britain and the USA.
Sketches and songs from duo Burgis & Mann.
Obonjo is the 'President of the Lafta Repuclic', and he's delivering his manifesto on Britain at the Camden Fringe.
Surreal scenes from Tammy Stone, Jonathan Hansler, Jo Ball and Yasser Kayani – aka, The Perceptionists.