Country Mile is back with its fourteenth night of cheap & charitable comedy from some of the most exciting comedians around. It's our final night of 2017! We're back in January. We are now sold out but please email / message us in case we get any returns.

LOLLY ADEFOPE (Taskmaster; QI) - "Screamingly hilarious and inexhaustibly innovative" - Three Weeks“; Hugely entertaining" – Evening Standard

LAUREN PATTISON (Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer nominee 2017; BBC New Comedy Award nominee 2016) - "Tremendous coming-of-age tale with razor wit and brutal honesty" - List; "Yet even when packing a punch, her demeanour is breezy, frank and friendly, making her wickedly engaging company" - Chortle

HEIDI REGAN (BBC New Comedy Award Winner 2017; So You Think You're Funny Winner 2016) - “A shining beacon...exactly how it's done" - The Latest; “Regan has a stand-up style of her own... something distinctive" - Beyond The Joke

SADIA AZMAT (Funny Women awards finalist; The Guilty Feminist Podcast) - "Hilarious and insightful" - Sunday Times; “Wonderfully subversive" - Chortle

MURIEL (Leicester Square Sketch Off! Winners 2017; So You Think You're Funny? Sketch winners 2017) - “Telegenic and versatile, Muriel have the potential to be the new Smack the Pony" - Chortle; They just have that special something" - Beyond The Joke

SUZI RUFFELL MC (Best Breakthrough Act nominee, Chortle Awards 2017; Virtually Famous) - “Thoroughly enjoyable" – British Comedy Guide; “The gags roll off her tongue as if it was second nature" – Funny Women

Plus a very special guest.


Country Mile Comedy Club 14 is fundraising for UNiTE to End Violence against Women. The campaign aims to raise public awareness and increase political will and resources for preventing and ending all forms of violence against women and girls in all parts of the world. The global vision of the UNiTE campaign is a world free from violence against all women and girls. This vision can only be realized through meaningful actions and ongoing political commitments of national governments, backed by adequate resources. From 25 November through 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence aim to raise public awareness and mobilizing people everywhere to bring about change.

Praise for Country Mile Comedy Club:

"A fascinating evening's entertainment... Highly recommended" ★★★★ - LondonTheatre1

Details: Monday 20 November, 8pm (approx. 2hr 30min, inc. interval). The Star of Kings, 126 York Way, London, N1 0AX. Tickets: £3.50 online / £5 on the door.

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