Good Ship Comedy

Your friendly Monday night comedy club in Camden Town

"A JOY TO GIG IN AND A JOY TO WATCH PERFORMERS GIG IN.” Aisling Bea (8 Out of 10 Cats, Live at the Apollo)

"IT WAS JUST A FANTASTIC NIGHT OUT AND THE LOCAL COMEDY CLUB VIRGINS I'D CORRALLED INTO COMING WERE CONVERTED." Huffington Post

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IAN SMITH

http://www.iansmithcomedian.co.uk/

Ian Smith is an award-winning comedian, actor and writer.

Since starting at a young age, Ian has developed a reputation as an exciting, creative comic. Mixing conversational, energetic storytelling and observations with unique set pieces and an exceptional skill for improvisation – Ian is a regular at the biggest comedy clubs in the UK.

As a comedian, Ian has appeared on BBC Three at the Fringe, BBC3 panel show Sweat the Small Stuff and Channel 5 series The Funny Thing About… He is also one third of top-charting Dave podcast, The Magic Sponge, alongside Rob Beckett.

His 2015 Fringe show, Whereabouts, was critically acclaimed, received a plethora of 4 and 5 star reviews, a nomination for the Amused Moose Comedy Award and a date at Soho Theatre. He was also part of the hugely successful, award-winning, Richard Gadd – Waiting for Gaddot. The show received a two week run in the main house at Soho Theatre, which was then extended. Ian also had a part in Gaddot’s accompanying sitcom pilot.

His 2017 follow-up, Snowflake, won two awards – the Amused Moose Comedy Award People’s Champion and a Three Weeks Editors’ Award – and played to sell out rooms and critical acclaim.

Ian also presents on The Football Republic and FullTimeDevils – two YouTube channels with over 300,000 subscribers each, where his videos have reached over 1 million combined views.

“Fantastically funny.” The Times

“Proper star quality.” The Guardian

“You’d do well to catch him now before his inevitable jump to the big time.” The Telegraph

Plus support from Dave Green, Maisie Adam, Ed Patrick and Tom Crowley

 

Earlier Event: September 10
FERN BRADY
Later Event: September 24
SIMON BRODKIN