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Hurray! London's premier pay-what-you-like, no-kicking down, gender-balanced, zone 1 Saturday night comedy night!
Book a ticket and turn up! If you're not at venue for 1945 then we reserve the right to reassign your ticket to a walk-up (sorry!). We keep selling out and have to stay under fire safety capacity, so if someone books a ticket and then doesn't come it deprives someone else of the chance to see the show. If you can't come please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and cancel, it'd be super helpful. Be a good person!
Some nights are happy with material victimising individual audience members or disempowered groups.
Quantum Leopard has a strict "no kicking down" policy on all material. No chav-bashing, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism or whorephobia and no picking on the audience. Quantum Leopard is slightly sad that this even needs saying.
Some nights go on for *ever*.
Quantum Leopard has regular breaks and finishes at 2230. Well, probably a bit after that. But not crazy late, so you can still do your fun stuff after. Or stick around for a drink with us! We're really nice!
Some nights let any old talentless chump on stage.
Quantum Leopard has a pro headliner every show, and hand-picked up-and-coming semi-pros doing shorter spots.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Australian-born and now London-based, Bec has gained a cult following in Australia, the UK and Ireland thanks to her award-winning solo shows. She has a talent for incorporating arts and crafts into her stand-up routines, creating a unique and unforgettable comedy style that she calls “paper-puppetry”. Her one-liners regularly feature in “best joke” lists by “reputable” sources like The Telegraph, Dave, The Guardian, The Independent, Daily Record and Buzzfeed, which isn’t surprising, as she is the creator of the UK’s only pun-based comedy night, Pun Run. ‘Bec Hill and her side-splittingly funny stand-up routine are a joy to behold… you’ll fall in love with Bec’s excitable attitude and her witty optimism. Definitely a name to remember with a smile’ (Three Weeks Edinburgh). ‘Multi-talented with brilliant observational material’ (The Stage).
See 8 tour dates featuring Bec Hill
Steffan captures his audience’s interest with his stories on the bizarre and humdrum of his world, revealing his comical fervour about life. “Gigging regularly since July 2011, Alun has honed his craft and is a prolific writer and reliable performer. He caused a storm on S4C’s Welsh language jokefest Gigl. Expect great things from him in 2013.” - Western Mail
See Steffan Alun tour dates
Yuriko Kotani is a UK-based Japanese comedian, who was named as 'one to watch' by Time Out and won the BBC New Comedy Award in 2015. In 2016, she appeared on series 2 of Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, BBC Three's Pls Like in 2017, and CBBC's The Dog Ate My Homework in 2018. "leftfield rising star" - Time Out
See 10 tour dates featuring Yuriko Kotani
Downbeat stand-up comic who 'can find laughs in the bleakest of topics' (Time Out) 'Finalist in the 2012 BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Award, the 2013 Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year competition, and the 2011 Leicester Square Comedian Of The Year competition. Winner of the 2012 Piccadilly Comedy Club new act competition' (Chortle).
See 5 tour dates featuring Sunil Patel
James Ross is an award-winning improvisational comedian and founder of Fat Kitten Improv. He has gone solo and currently also duo and is very active on the stand-up scene where he is in ever increasing demand. He ran the popular Better Living Through Comedy shows in Camden for years. 'One to watch' (Daily Mirror) 'Freaking genius' (Three Weeks).
See James Ross tour dates
- 2 Northdown Street
- Kings Cross
- N1 9BG