Angel Comedy launches a nightly comedy show | Part of a package of lockdown projects

Angel Comedy launches a nightly comedy show

Part of a package of lockdown projects

London’s Angel Comedy club has launched live-streamed content five nights a week during the lockdown.

The club, which operates from the Bill Murray and Camden Head pubs in Islington, has launched a YouTube channel, Angel TV, to offer more than two hours of content from 8pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays.

It is part of a package of projects the organisation is arranging while venues remain closed, including free comedy writing workshops every Thursday and Sunday via Zoom and low-cost therapy sessions from professional counsellors for comedians who need it.

Angel TV will feature shows from the archives on Fridays and Saturdays, while on Tuesdays and Thursdays, James O’Donnell will be talking to fellow comics in their homes, and Wednesdays are ‘community highlights ‘designed to introduce viewers to the comedy community and its creativity outside of stand up’.

The club is also running a ‘Chatty Hour’ from 7pm every Monday to Thursday with Rob Mayhew and Lynn Ruth Miller (pictured) via its Instagram page.

Published: 15 Apr 2020

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