Thursday 29 May

Clapham Comedy Club Presents John Robins- ( edfringe Preview) Andrew Watts, Celia Pacquola, Neev Spencer with Resident Host Sion James plus Free Lollipops!!

Please note this gig is earlier start time of 7.30pm than usual Clapham Comedy ( usually 8.30pm)

John Robins will replace Kerry edpreview

John Robins: This Tornado Loves You

Following his critically acclaimed sell-out show in 2013, Robins is back! A show about love and happiness from last year’s ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner. Strap your minds in! As seen on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central). ‘Comedy in its rawest form: one man, one microphone, one fantastically funny show’ * (ThreeWeeks). ‘One of the most consistently pleasing hours on the fringe’ **** (Independent). ‘Fantastically entertaining’ **** (

As seen on FHM’s Stand-Up Hero (ITV4) and The World Stands Up (Comedy Central)

Runner-Up (to TV’s Jack Whitehall), Amused Moose Laugh-Off Comedy Award

“Posh and witty … exquisitely funny … one of the new comics making waves” (Time Out)

Australian comic who’s had an amazingly successful 2014 picking up plaudits at festivals across the world.

Amused Moose Laughter Award 2014 – WINNER Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Barry Award – Finalist

Melbourne Comedy Festival 2009 Critics Award & Melbourne Fringe Festival Best Comedy.

‘Celia Pacquola is Adam Hills with ovaries’ (Chortle). “Jaw achingly funny” The Age Melbourne

“Utterly charming "… "
Lovable giant’ Time Out

“Sion James bases his set around interaction with the audience and reminds us what stand-up should be as he riffs expertly "
3 weeks EdFringe

Kissfm Superstar DJ Neev Spencer has been entertaining 2 million listeners with her love of writing comedy; finally Neev is ready to share her stand up with the world.

Seen on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), 8 Out Of 10 Cats: Deal Or No Deal Mash-up (Channel 4).

’Comedy’s best kept secret’ ****(Skinny). ‘A complete and utter natural’ (Russell Howard). ‘One of the most naturally gifted comedians I’ve seen’ (Telegraph).