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Objectively Funny Festival brings Edinburgh Fringe favourites to London

Objectively Funny Festival brings Edinburgh Fringe favourites to London
13 Sep

Thought Edinburgh Fringe was over now that it’s September? You thought wrong!

There’s still a chance to catch some of the best comedy shows right here in London. Objectively Funny Festival returns from September 20-30 with, many of this year’s Fringe favourites and award winners.

Taking over the Albany on Great Portland Street, which many comedy fans will be familiar with already, the festival has 42 shows over the 11 days, with stand-up, sketch and clowning.

It kicks off with critically acclaimed Rosie Jones and John-Luke Roberts, with his hour entitled All I Wanna Do Is [FX: GUNSHOTS] With a [FX: GUN RELOADING] and a [FX: CASH REGISTER] and Perform Some Comedy!

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees performing include this year’s Sindhu Vee, Maisie Adam, Sara Barron and Olga Koch and last year’s Ed Night, Elf Lyons, Rob Kemp and Kwame Asante, with BBC New Comedian of the Year Heidi Regan and Comedians’ Choice best show winner Paul Currie also on the bill.

A number of duos are on hand with sketch and clowning, including Siblings, Norris & Parker, The Kagools and Loose Brie. Half of double act Loose Brie, Martin Willis, is responsible for curating the festival.

Objectively Funny Festival runs September 20-30 at the Albany, Great Portland Street. For a full line-up and tickets, visit



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