This event has been and gone.
The Harrison’s flagship mixed bill comedy night The Schadenfreude Cabaret.
They have assembled a stunning line up of the best comedy around, sketch, stand up, character and musical comedy all catered for on one variety packed bill!
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Award 2012, the biggest award in international comedy, for his wild and unpredictable rollercoaster of a show; Bring Me The Head Of Adam Riches. " A tear-inducingly funny piece of work." - The Telegraph. Adam Riches is notorious for his ultra-participative character comedy shows: compelling hands-on, dignity-off involvement from (usually male) audience members.
See Adam Riches tour dates
Winner of the Funny Women Awards 2012 and as seen on BBC3's Live at The Electric. 'Inspired' (The Independent).
See Gabby Best tour dates
He has been nominated for an Edinburgh Comedy Award (2015) Chortle Best Circuit Comedian and Chortle Best Newcomer and was a staff-writer on Russell Howard’s Good News. He has appeared on ITV's Tonight at the London Palladium, Live From The BBC, The Chris Ramsey Show, Elevenish, Count Arthur Strong, Australia’s ‘Comedy Up Late’. ‘For good quality gags per minute, there is no better comedian’ **** The Independent ‘Relentlessly entertaining, full of beautiful imagery’ **** Time Out ‘One of the most out and out hilarious shows on the fringe’ **** 1/2 Chortle ‘I’ve seen few shows that are funnier’ **** The Times
See 5 tour dates featuring Adam Hess
Female comedy duo comprising Lucy Pearman and Letty Butler. '... LetLuce also have a plot, in a manner of speaking. This breakthrough duo take the chaotic whimsy of the Boosh boys and raise it a notch or two... Lucy Pearman and Letty Butler sport the slick comic timing of long-serving professionals, but project the inventive charm of ingenues. Stardom beckons' (The Sunday Times) 'You're in for a bonkers hour... together they are dynamite' (www.TheGoodReview.co.uk) '... My personal favourite was the scrappiest and stupidest of the shows I saw: Show Pony by the duo LetLuce...' (Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian).
See LetLuce tour dates
A former member of the Leeds Tealights student revue troupe, who started stand-up in 2008, Patrick Turpin has gone on to perform at Glastonbury and Latitude, and appears at gigs in London. He made his television debut in 2016 as a principle cast member in 4Music sketch show - Pop Sludge, having won acclaim earlier that year for his second solo live show - To Me, You Are Perfect. The show went on to receive an online release as part of new on-demand comedy platform Next Up. 'A voice so expressive it seemed to simply invite laughter' (Three Weeks) 'Turpin only needs to stand on the stage to provoke giggles from the audience' (Broadway Baby) 'Worth more than its weight in comedy gold' (www.SuitcaseMag.com).
See Patrick Turpin tour dates
Garrett Millerick is a London based writer, director and comedian. A regular on the stand up circuit, Garrett can be seen up and down the country in a variety of guises but mostly as himself, saying what he thinks about things in pubs/ theatres/regional art centres and the occasional music festival. He can be seen performing regularly at The Schadenfreude Cabaret in North London where he is the resident compere. 'Millerick is a belter of a new comedian, well worth shouting about' (The Stage) '... avoided cliche and made contentious points convincingly, though all in the name of a laugh rather than setting out any serious manifesto... Storytelling is clearly in Millerick's genome...a solidly enjoyable way to see out the midnight hour' (Chortle). 'Undeniably honest and hilarious' (Three Weeks).
See Garrett Millerick tour dates
Eleanor Morton is a Scottish stand-up comedian who began performing in 2010. She has been a writer and performer with The Stockholm Syndrome and The Geek Comedy Night. She has also written sketches broadcast by BBC Two Scotland. In 2013 she was nominated for a Scottish Variety Award, and was a semi-finalist in the Chortle Student Awards. She is a Funny’s Funny Finalist 2011, and also performs with Jo Caulfield’s Comedy Collective. In 2012 she supported Josie Long on the Glasgow leg of her ‘Romance and Adventure’ tour and Mark Thomas for Unison Scotland in 2013. In 2014 she supported Tony Law for ‘Enter The Tone Zone’ at The Stand and Frankie Boyle at The Tron. Recent gigs include Children In Need and Glasgow Banter for BBC Radio Scotland, and a live read through of Frankie Boyle and Steven Dick’s radio 4 sitcom ‘blocked’. She performed a sell-out work in progress show at the 2014 Glasgow Comedy Festival. Eleanor performed her debut hour ‘Lollipop’ at The Stand Comedy Club in the 2014 Fringe. Eleanor is based in London and sometimes in Edinburgh, whenever she needs to leech off her parents
See Eleanor Morton tour dates
- 28 Harrison Street
- Off Gray's Inn Road
- WC1H 8JF