the scary Immigrant Comedy Show • 31 October

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the scary Immigrant Comedy Show • 31 October

A stand-up comedy show in English with the scariest and funniest international comedians in London!In need of a good laugh?

Eastern European Comedy Festival puts on regular stand up comedy shows in English for visitors, expats and British people alike. Performers hail from across the globe. Some have settled in the UK permanently, while others have traveled a long way just for this show!

Expect a night of great energy, raw comedy, gags, storytelling, drips of sarcasm and political incorrectness at its best from the scariest immigrants in London!


Or book tickets below

£8 / person • group of 4+
£9 • Early bird ticket • availabe till 27 of October
£10 • normal online ticket
£12 • ticket on the door

Mark Silcox (India)
As seen on BBC, Sky, ITV, Channel 4.
“One To Watch” – Time Out

Gatis Kandis (Latvia)
Britain’s Got Talent 2012 – Semi Finalist
“You’re hysterical. I love you!” – Alesha Dixon
“It’s so terrible it’s fantastic” – Simon Cowell

Arielle Souma (France)
“She is just what the comedy industry need; and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell” – Franky Boyle

Sergi Polo (Spain)
West Yorkshire Comedy Festival New act of the Year 2021 – winner
“Original, dark with a buoyant playfull delivery” – Nott’s Comedy Review

Vladislav Ilich (Macedonia)
Up The Creek’s One to Watch and Stand Up Club’s New Comedian of the Year 2019 – Winner
“A confident, gag-packed set” – British Comedy Guide

Steve Hili (Malta)
‘The energy of a dog that needs to be taken out’ – VICE


Sunday, 31 October 2021
early show – doors 5:00 PM – show 5:30 PM
late show – doors 7:30 PM – show 8:00 PM
at Camden Comedy Club, 100 Camden High St, London NW1 0LU, United Kingdom

The shows from Eastern European Comedy Festival have been steadily growing in popularity, so it pays to book tickets in advance. Shows take place throughout the year, including some showcases taking place on the same evening.
Every show is different, so repeat attendance is encouraged. Some shows follow particular themes, like this one which is Halloween themed. There’s always something new and different to discover.