We Love Comedy: Balham Bowls Club, London, 2013
The Best of The Comedy Store: The Comedy Store, London, 2014
We Love Comedy: The Pipeline, Liverpool Street, London, 2015
Carey Marx: Edinburgh Preview: Downstairs at The Kings Head, Crouch End, London, 2017
Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield pub, Kennington, London, 2017
I have been following Carey Marx for years. Ever since I first encountered him playing an small room at Balham Bowls Club in 2013, he has consistently made me laugh out loud with his mix of sarcastic, sweet and rude style of humour.
I saw him headline at the Pipeline for We Love Comedy in 2015 where unaware I went to the club to see my mate Fred Ferenzci perform and Marx topped the bill. He was superb that night really establishing himself as a cynical and humorous force to be reckoned with.
When Marx played Always Be Comedy in 2017, his routine described his crumbled 11-year marriage and covered everything from disappointment, enthusiasm, and freedom.
Marx simply has an amazing talent for storytelling, many of which display the careless sense of a man half his age. He can re-count all the stories with sharp, mischievous jokes that the audience barely have time to catch their breath from laughing. Marx is an extremely funny comedian.