Comedians Outdoors Getting COVID-Compliant: Part 6

Recently comedians have been emerging from behind their complicated phone camera set-ups, green screens and podcast mics to perform live comedy. We don’t know how long this will last with the ever-changing Government guidelines that tell us to go out, but not out out, to not go to the office, but not not go to the office and to be in bed by 10pm. But, in the meantime, we have updated our series Comedians Indoors Getting Creative to reflect to current situation.

The LOL Word are taking their hilarious, inclusive queer comedy nights online for the first time ever! Join them for a bumper line up of LGBTQ+ women and non-binary talent, streamed right to your living room from the Battersea Arts Centre on 18th November. For tickets to this gayla click here!

Christmas is coming and Funny Women want to help your office with your socially distanced parties! We spent lockdown putting together various online comedy events and now we want to stream our fantastic range of comedy shows to offices up and down the country. If you’re in charge of entertainment at your place of work find out more here and hit us up!

Comedy gurus at NextUp have announced their own virtual comedy Christmas parties for businesses and workmates looking to retain their usual Christmas spirit this year. The digital comedy club is banishing the C-word (C*VID) in favour of company culture, connection, and a customisable comedy ‘do’ – where the only thing your colleagues will be spreading is copious amounts of good cheer. If you’re after some staff laughs click here!

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