Howling Hops Unit 9A Queen's Yard, White Post Ln London E9 5EN
Award Winning Stand Up, Character Comedy & Beatboxing plus Craft Beer & BBQ Goodness In the UK’s First dedicated Tank Bar
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WINNER BBC Radio 1 Beatbox Championships
WINNER Channel 4 Talent Awards
Best known for his 'future loops' work, Pete has gained global notoriety as an innovator of loop pedal created music, with his videos reaching over 30 million+ views worldwide to date.THePETEBOX is a human beatboxer and live looper from the UK. He uses a loop pedal to create songs using his vocal and beatboxing ability.
The Guardian’s Top Ten Comedy of 2016
★★★★ “A bedrock of fine, funny writing and skilful comic performance.” The Guardian
★★★★ “It calls to mind Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s BBC Three hit Fleabag. There can be no bigger compliment.” The Telegraph
Hailed as fearless performers and skilled writers, Katie Norris and Sinead Parker will lure you into their web of dark and surreal comedy like two black widows in Lycra. This year they brought their brand new show See You at The Gallows to the Pleasance Courtyard – a sordid soiree full of sketches, characters and songs. It was a hit with audiences and critics alike, accruing numerous 4 and 5 star reviews. In Spring 2017 they had a sell-out run at the Soho Theatre.
Best New Comedian on the Fringe 2017
Winner The Comedy Store King
Winner Up The Creek The Blackout
Winner Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year
“Watch him live and you’ll quickly understand the excitement” The Guardian
“Outstanding young comic and one to watch. Headed for great things!” Harry Hill
“The best new comedian I’ve seen in ages. Believe the hype this guy is hilarious”Jack Whitehall
On his debut year at 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Tom Lucy scooped the title Best New Comedian on the Fringe 2017. After performing to sell out crowds over the month long run, Tom picked up the award topping off an incredibly successful debut hour.
Edinburgh Festival Best Show Nominee 2017
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee 2017
British Vogue's '20 Names of Now'
BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017
The Sunday Times "Ones to Watch" 2017
★★★★★ Broadway Baby
"A fast-talking, smart-thinking standup for whom the adjective "kooky" could have been invented for."The Guardian
"This is comedy as enchantment, a show so beguiling that you don’t just love it, you somehow fall in love with it." The Scotsman
Elf Lyons is an award-winning red-hatted comedian and clown from London. Known for her distinctive style on stage Elf loves creating work that is relevant, political and joyful. She mixes her vulnerabilities, her obscure geeky knowledge and her sass to create fun, action packed quests for her and the audience, often resulting in a huge fun mess on stage.
Quality ingredients cooked with fire and smoke to produce tasty dishes with a distinctly British feel. Think of them as halfway between a great British summer barbecue and a smokey Texan food truck.
“Beer geeks, prepare to get excited by the row of big gleaming steel vats in the taproom of this Hackney Wick brewery.” Time Out
One of the “Britain's 15 best breweries to visit” The Telegraph
Home of the UK's first ever dedicated tank bar. Beer doesn't get much fresher than this. They brew on site, with a lush European style beer hall to relax in.
‘One of London's best comedy clubs'
Evening Standard, Jan 2017
‘Jimmy Carr’s Favourite Comedy Club’ The Tube
‘One of London's Best Comedy Nights’allinlondon
‘An evening of mirth in a remarkable venue’ London News Online
‘London's Best New Comedy Night' The Times
Previous Ginglik alumni: Robin Williams, Michael Macintyre, Al Murray, Dara O'Briain, Ed Byrne, Frank Skinner, Harry Hill, Jimmy Carr, Lee Mack, Lenny Henry, Mackenzie Crook, Richard Herring, Rory Bremner, Russell Howard, Sean Lock, Stewart Lee and many many more.
Voted by the Guardian as one of the Top 10 comedy nights
Described as ‘London's Best New Comedy Night’ by The Times, Ginglik's Laugh comedy night ran at their Shepherd’s Bush venue for over 10 years before transferring to The Howling Hops, Kensington venue The Roof Gardens (named as one of 'London's best comedy clubs' by the Evening Standard, January 2017) and now to 100 Wardour St.