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Aces And Eights Saloon Bar | Pizza | Venue - 156-158 Fortess Road, Tufnell Park London NW5 2HP
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    Seats Fill Up Quick For Happy Hour

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Aces and Eights: Can't Feel Love - Cale Tyson (Aces & Eights Bar, London. 2015)
WWKD: What would Kimi Do?
Friday 12th August 2022 at Aces & Eights »
Award-winning comedian and Eurovision enthusiast Kimi Tayler temporarily leaves her blanket fort as she makes her Camden Fringe debut. Expect revelations about the realities of life in a Nordic utopia, 90s nostalgia and some strong opinions on magicians. Kimi is an absurdly charming and unpredictable story teller who has risen to the heady heights of Iceland’s premier Celesbian stand-up comedian. (* Pro tip: It’s easy when you’re the only one)

Kimi Tayler is a British comedian who lives and performs in Iceland as well as the UK, Sweden and Denmark. She won the Fringe of the Fringe at Reykjavik Fringe 2019, Best Duet at Reykjavik Fringe 2020 (with Laufey Haralds) and WWKD: What Would Kimi Do? won the Funny Award at Reykjavik Fringe 2021 and was nominated for the Hot Potato Award at Gothenburg Fringe 2021.

“Kimi doesn’t kill, crush or slay on stage- she delivers a healthy dose of comedy CPR.” – Ari Eldjárn