Comedy In Central London
If you’re looking for a great night out why not
pay a visit to one of London’s premier comedy clubs?
From stifled giggles to great big belly laughs, whatever
appeals to your sense of humour London has got a stand-up
venue to suit you.
See some comedy drama and the best of the UK’s stand-up scene at The Theatre of Comedy Club [map],
Mother’s Comedy Club [map],
St Martin’s Court, is a relatively small venue offering
the best local talent.
Buccaneers Comedy [map],
The Rising Sun, Long Acre, is one of the stalwarts of
the comedy circuit offering a range of national award-winning
Go for big names at The Leicester Square Comedy Club
[map] , St Martin’s Court. This central venue is the
excellent way to begin a fun night out.
The Comedy Spot [map],
Maiden Lane, brings in some top class comedians and a
wide programme of Perrier award-winners.
Award-winning stand-ups also appear at The Comedy Café
[map] . Rivington Street, and The Unicorn Arts Theatre,
Great Newport Street.
Chuckle Club [map],
London School of Economics, Houghton Street, Holborn,
is one of the longest running comedy nights in the UK.
Who says economists have no sense of humour?
With young emerging comedian Stephen Williams as a compere
and regular performer you’d be right to regard Cheeky
Chappies [map] as being up there with likes of The Comedy Store for offering
some excellent young comedians. Cheeky Chappies is located
on the corner of Bear Street and Charing Cross Road.
Upstairs At The Betsy Trotwood [map],
Farringdon Road, is where locals go to uncover new talent
in the music and comedy fields. Downstairs is a folk and
rock venue whilst upstairs is the place for stand-up workshops
and new performers.
In the heart of the “newspaper district” Fleet
Street Comedy Club [map],
The Old Cobblers, Hill House, Shoe Lane, continues to
entertain hacks and non-hacks who flock to the designated
The Talk of London is part of the New London
Parker Street, and provides a selection of contemporary
music, drama, dance and comedy to entertain the masses.
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