Comedy Music

Today in London: Monday 26 November 2012

By | Published on Monday 19 November 2012

Garrett Millerick

A November Monday in London needn’t be dark and dank – well, not all of it – especially when the city’s culture ‘scene’ features such bright spots as this lot…


The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society, Soho Theatre, 26 Nov
A supervisory board featuring the excellent and irreverent Bridget Christie, quizzical TV starlet Isy Suttie, highly discoverable loon Ben Target and ACMS staple Thom Tuck is complemented by honorary (aka inexperienced and thus vulnerable) guests Robert Newman and Paul Currie. Tickets, please.

Garrett Millerick – Sensible Answers To Stupid Questions, The Harrison, 26 Nov (pictured)
Very well-liked at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, voluminous comic Garrett Millerick’s first London show comprises – as per its title – his critical answers to oft-posed Qs like ‘Is there a God?’ and ‘Who is the best celebrity sex offender?’ Details are here.


Foxygen, Sebright Arms, 26 Nov
Foppish psych votaries Foxygen – signed to the same US label as the great and dulcet Bon Iver – play a Sebright set in honour of their new LP, the unbelievably titled ‘We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic’. Like MGMT, but in paisley. Shop for tickets to the sounds of the band new single ‘Shuggie’:

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