Twice as Nice Comedy @ Princess of Wales Primrose Hill Thursday 4 December



Twice as Nice Comedy is proud to join forces with Princess of Wales in Primrose Hill to put on anothe night of stand-up comedy in their atmospheric upstairs bar and will offer top name comics and circuit regulars.


Mark Dolan: comedian, writer and TV presenter. Host of the iconic Channel 4 comedy show Balls of Steel, which still airs nightly on 4 Music. Mark launched bothE4 and More 4 respectively as host of the comedy show Show Me The Funny and as anchor of the late night topical talk show The Last Word.
‘Fantastic’ **** (Metro).



So You Think You’re Funny? & Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2012 Finalist. Promising newcomer Nick Dixon is steadily rising on the UK circuit, and is held in high regard by his contemporaries and industry officials alike. “Delightfully Offbeat Turn of Phrase…elegantly constructed writing” Chortle “Well worth looking out for” Jason Manford



“Best comedy newcomer” – HARRY HILL – THE RADIO TIMES  “Like a holiday camp run by clowns and deviants… there’s plenty of fun to be had”- THE GUARDIAN



 So You Think You’re Funny 2013 Winner


Sam Deards Ed

 “Disconcertingly brilliant!” Mark Dolan TV’s Balls of Steel



Funny Woman Finalist 2013


Twitter: @twicenicecomedy @princesswales22

Entry: £8 Online (£10 on door)

Doors 7.30pm Show 8.00pm

Nearest Tube : Chalk Farm

Twice as Nice Comedy @ Grove Hammersmith Sunday 6 April: Damian Clarke & Henry Paker


 Damian Clarke: Aussie boy Damian Clark burst into the UK comedy circuit in 2012 where his high-octane observational stand up has certainly caused some waves. Clark’s infectious energy and childlike outlook has had audiences in hysterics from the get-go and was snapped up immediately to appear on BBC3 & Comedy Central. Before touching down in the UK, Damian made Ireland his home and became regular features in RTE’s IFTA Award-winning REPUBLIC OF TELLY, comedy panelist in TV3’s THE APPRENTICE: YOU’RE FIRED! plus wrote & co-starred in I DARE YA! Ya (‘Critics’ Choice’ – The Irish Times, ‘A Smash Hit’ – The Sunday Mirror) which became the highest rating Irish comedy debut to date. Damo’s rambunctious and uplifting stand up continues to tour clubs & festivals all over the UK, Ireland, Europe and beyond. Now is the time to catch this raw talent as he stands on the cusp of super stardom.

“Hilariously surreal…well-wrought set delivered with brio and huge charm…Amazing” The Scotsman
“Clark had the audience reeling with laughter…he is scorchingly funny and charmingly engaging” Three Weeks
“There is barely a bad word to say about Clark: distinctive and possessing a comic talent beyond his years, both biological and mental” Chortle


Henry Paker:  Henry Paker has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Seann Walsh World and Edinburgh and Beyond (Comedy Central). He won the Leicester Comedian of the Year award in 2008 and writes for Mock the Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Stand Up for the Week. He recently appeared in BBC Radio 4 sketch show, Small Scenes.

‘Fabulous narrative arc and tremendous panache that is utterly winning and delights an audience.’ ★★★★ Chortle

With Simon Feilder “Highly Entertaining” TimeOut, Edd Hedges (SYTYF Winner 2013), Katie Lane (Funny Woman Runner Up 2013), Derek Ryan “Tickled my funny bone”Three Weeks & MC Sam Deards “Bloody funny and very charming – highly recommended” Mark Dolan C4 Balls of Steel

The Grove, 83 Hammersmith Grove, Hammersmith, London, W6 0NQ
Twitter: @twicenicecomedy

Entry: £5 Online (£7 on door)

Doors 7.30pm Show 8.00pm Food available until 10.00pm

Nearest Tube : Hammersmith

Twice as Nice Comedy @ OSO Barnes Thursday 14 November: Jigsaw & Will Franken


Fresh from a very successful run at Edinburgh Fringe, already a weekly nights in Hammersmith and following a cracking full house opening night, Twice as Nice Comedy comes back to OSO with a mixture of big name T.V. and up-and-coming comedians.

Old Sorting Office, 49 Station Road, Barnes Green, SW13 0LF


Jigsaw: In 2011, established comedians Dan Antopolski (Triple Perrier Award Nominee), Tom Craine (Times Top 5) and Nat Luurtsema (Chortle Nominee) combined their unique styles of comedy to form the sketch group Jigsaw. Their first live show, Jigsaw, was a sell-out and took the 2011 Edinburgh Festival by storm with a clutch of four and five star reviews. Following this success, Jigsaw have performed around the country and can be heard headlining BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama. They are also series regulars on BBC3’s primetime series Live At The Electric hosted by Russell Kane. “Full-pelt sketch comedy from performers who radiate enjoyment and ease with a crowd… Makes The Fast Show look languid.” Guardian “Sigh-inducingly satisfying… packed with gags… Their rapport is natural and infectious… a very funny and consistently high-quality show. It’s often silly, but the writing is very smart indeed.” British Comedy Guide

Will Franken: Franken’s humor is rooted in the British sketch comedy tradition, notably Monty Python. Onstage, he portrays an eclectic mix of characters through a series of interconnected vignettes. His skits are often satirical, skewering a range of subcultures and political views, often absurdist. In 2005, Franken was selected Best Comedian by the SF Weekly; Best Alternative to Psychedelic Drugs by the San Francisco Bay Guardian; and one of the Top 25 People to Watch nationwide by In late 2007, Franken was first runner-up for the Andy Kaufman Award competition in Las Vegas, Nevada. Franken made his Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2012 with his show “Things We Did Before Reality” produced by Michael Blaha and Paul Provenza. Provenza had discovered Franken at a small theatre in Los Angeles a few years earlier. At Edinburgh, Franken received four star reviews from The Scotsman, The Guardian, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Times of London, and five star reviews from Spoonfed and Three Weeks. The British Comedy Guide named his show as one of the fifteen best reviewed shows of the entire festival. “What elevates Mr. Franken above your garden-variety comedian is an erudite wit and a highly developed sense of the absurd ” The New York Times “You can’t take your eyes off these inspired outpourings.” Guardian

Plus Edd Hedges (SYTYF Winner 2013), Kishore Nayar, Jenny Collier, Juliet Meyers, Daniel Hoy & MC Sam Deards “Bloody funny and very charming – highly recommended” Mark Dolan C4 Balls of Steel

 Get tickets HERE

Previous acts include: Omid Djalili, Danny Bhoy, Lucy Porter, Carl Donnelly, Isy Suttie, Sara Pascoe, Mark Dolan,, Patrick Monahan, Vikki Stone & Tom Rosenthal…..

Advance tickets £8.00/£10.00 on the door

A picture from our opening night (Thursday 17 October)Crowd OSO