We'll be bringing you the very best of Irish comedy both from Ireland and London, promising a jam packed evening of laughs for all who attend. After the hugely successful, sell-out launch in June, The London Irish Comedy Club runs regular monthly nights taking place from October. Comedians will be announced as they are confirmed, but we think that you should put it in the diary anyway.

MC Michael Legge : self confessed angriest man in comedy Michael is one of the most sought after MCs in the UK. He has written for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, MTV, VH1 won the 2009 Chortle Best Off Stage Contribution for his blog, and 2012 Sony Silver award winner for his podcast Do The Right Thing. Michael has also just had his own comedy series on Radio 4 "The Last Days Of Michael Legge"


Kevin Gildea has gigged all over Britain and Ireland and the rest of the known world – from Singapore to Sligo. He's headlined gigs in Johannesburg and Cape Town and regularly plays all the major comedy festivals in Ireland – The Electric Picnic, ATN, The Vodafone Comedy Festival in the Iveagh Gardens, The Galway Comedy Festival, Kilkenomics and etc. He is a regular at The Edinburgh Comedy Festival.He was a writer and performer on RTE TV's satirical comedy show Irish Pictorial Weekly. Kevin acted in RTE TV's Bridget and Eamonn and was Fr Cave in Fr. Ted (the one on the aeroplane). He has written for Alexei Sayle's TV show.

'Highly original and Explosively funny'.- The Sunday Times

'He’s one of the most daring and committed comedians at work right now. Brave,unafraid and compelling…..and very, very funny.'- Tommy Tiernan

'Comedy on another level.' The Irish Times

From Dublin based in London. regularly appearing at clubs including The Comedy Store & Laughter Lounge. Conor opened for Jeff Garlin of Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Goldbergs fame during his sold out Soho Theatre run. In October 2018 he got to open for Jeff in LA at the Hollywood Improv and The Laugh Factory. "Highly entertaining" (Chortle.co.uk) "Brilliant" (GetReading.co.uk)


Jeremy mixes sharp one-liners with friendly story telling and sparkling off the cuff wit. His cheeky smile and friendly nature have endeared him to audiences all over Britain and as far a field as Berlin, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Paris, Manila, Shanghai and Zurich. Jeremy was the first western comedian to perform in Myanmar.

“Brilliant – go see!" “Excellent observational comedy”

“A natural comedian" Time Out London Live 94.9fm South London Press

DOORS 7:30pm


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