Welcome to Red Imp Comedy Club
Walthamstow’s Premier Comedy Club
Home of great stand up comedy in East London and one of the best mid sized clubs in London.
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Feb 27th Jeremy Hardy
March 8th International Women’s Day Benefit here
MARCH 18th RED IMP 4 KIDZ is back for a matinee of fun
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WE GOT A LOVELY MENTION IN SECRET LONDON in at number 5 ( photo by our lovely Tech Imp)
“By feeding them only choicest comedy cuts available, Walthamstow’s up close and personal Red Imp Comedy club has hand-reared a discerning and imaginative audience as sassy and switched-on as the early alternative comedy crowds, and Susan Murray brings decades of experience to hosting and programming duties.” STEWART LEE
Lovely review from Time Out
*PLEASE NOTE NEW START TIME OF 8.30PM*
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Walthamstow’s premier comedy club brings you big names doing work in progress on an ad hoc basis plus regular club nights with quality A-lister circuit comedians. We endeavour to bring you the strongest line ups in comedy in East London. Red Imp Comedy is run by resident MC Susan Murray
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The venue is upstairs at Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar, Hoe St, Walthamstow. It usually runs the first Thursday of the month but keep an eye on dates as it tends to move around depending on which acts we can get.
Past acts include Tim Vine, Mark Thomas, Russell Kane, Jeremy Hardy, Arthur Smith, Micky Flanagan, Omid Djalili, Richard Herring, Bridget Christie and Alan Carr but to name a few.
As well as famous acts, we also like to book the cream of the live circuit. Our club nights have three acts on, you may not have heard of them but be ASSURED we only put quality acts on. Just because they’ve not ‘been on the telly’ doesn’t mean they’re not brilliant. You have to remember that acts like Michael McIntyre started in clubs just like Red Imp.
Normal club nights start at 9pm, preview shows start half an hour earlier at 8.30pm. Previews are when comics run in new material or warm up for a tour, they may be using notes.
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