It all started out in a small room above a central London pub as the love child of three (then) new stand-up comedians.
Over the years we have 'grown up' from our humble beginnings, into becoming a firmly established club that puts on premiere comedy nights and events.
We run a single venue, but put on over 600 stand up comedy shows a year.
Year after year (from blogs to major critics) our shows and acts have been repeatedly rated and recommended in the media.
In the Summer of 2011 we moved into what is by far the best venue for comedy in central London, but don't take our word for it: This is the most upmarket venue for comedy in the country, from the moment the concierge opens the double doors onto the marble reception area you know that your night is going to be super special!
However, the book is completely blank and Sal has to make up the excerpt of the book on the spot.
The guys team up to teach karate classes, give interviews from Times Square, persuade shoppers at the pharmacy to not buy products, and give uncomfortable massages on the boardwalk.
The guys pose as puppy dog salesmen, try to start a new baseball chant that has nothing to do with baseball, get donations for a Broadway play that doesn't exist, hold the remote to a toy car they cannot control, and teach golf.
Punishment: Murr has to explain a promotional video for a charity that doesn't exist, while embarrassment comes his way.
Later, they talk to patrons through a bullhorn they can't control and ask surprising questions of people in a pharmacy.