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Now in it's 13th season Crack Comedy Club has established itself as one of the best London comedy clubs. Comedians and audiences love the quality of the comedy and the intimacy of our fantastic comedy venues. 

'Delivers a regular deluge of laughs' -

Performer Details

Andy Zaltzman
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Andy Zaltzman at Crack Comedy London
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�Clearly a huge talent. Someone you can expect to hear a lot more of.�
The Observer

Zaltzman has been performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 1999 when he was a finalist in the prestigious So You Think You're Funny? new act competition along with Josie Long, Russell Howard and David O'Doherty.

His debut full length Edinburgh Fringe show Andy Zaltzman versus the Dog of Doom received a nomination for Best Newcomer at the Perrier Comedy Awards in 2001.

Since 2004 Zaltzman has been hosting Political Animal, a stand-up show where different acts perform political themed material, at the Underbelly. He initially co-hosted with John Oliver but has hosted solo since 2006. This later transferred to BBC Radio 4.

Zaltzman also appeared in a late night show with fellow stand-ups Daniel Kitson, David O'Doherty and Alun Cochrane entitled The Honourable Men of Art, at The Stand in 2006 and 2008.

Since October 2007 Zaltzman has co-hosted The Bugle, a weekly satirical comedy podcast for TimesOnline, with John Oliver.

Zaltzman has worked with Rory Bremner on a number of projects, these include Transatlantic, a US election special for BBC Radio 4 and several series of Bremner, Bird and Fortune.[6] In June 2007, BBC2's The Culture Show commissioned Zaltzman and John Oliver to write a mock farewell speech for departing Prime Minister Tony Blair. The speech was then animated by Triffic Films, with the voice of Blair played by Bremner.

In November 2008 his first book, entitled Does Anything Eat Bankers?: And 53 Other Indispensable Questions for the Credit Crunched, was published.

Zaltzman is a huge fan of cricket and since November 2008 has written a regular blog for Cricinfo, named "The Confectionery Stall". His profile there informs us that.

Zaltzman has appeared as a guest on various TV and radio programmes, including BBC Four's The Late Edition as well as The Now Show and The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4.

Zaltzman presents a 4 part BBC Radio 4 program entitled Andy Zaltzman's History of the third millennium, series 1 of 100. Providing a decade by decade comic analysis of a potentially chaotic era.

From 4 July 2009 Zaltzman has been hosting a Saturday morning show on BBC Radio 5 Live entitled Yes, It's The Ashes, taking a comic look at the 2009 Ashes.
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If you are a real fan of comedy this is the club for you.

We specialise in great comedy experiences in our cozy and intimate venues.

Our shows feature the best comics working in the UK today and our focus is on you having the best night possible.

All of our clubs offer value-packed comedy and dinner options plus fantastic offers for groups as well.

Check out our nights in London at our comedy venues in Kingston and on London's Southbank next to Waterloo.

We also have monthly nights at our Surrey venue in Farncombe.


The Cricketers 
Nearest Station: Kingston

The Grey Horse 
Nearest Station: Kingston

SOUTHBANK (by Waterloo)
The Slug and Lettuce
Nearest Station: Waterloo & Embankment


The Farncombe Cavern
The Freeholders
Nearest Station: Farncombe



Friday & Saturday
£12.50 Advance
£8.50   Students*
£13 Door

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