This fortnightly comedy club in Kennington has consistently had good-quality line-ups, and often features a big-name special guest dropping by try new material. For each line-up see the 'dates and times' tab.
Always Be Comedy
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I am a huge fan of comedy, and without doubt this is one of the best comedy clubs in London. I can't choose what it is that makes it the best, from the warm and friendly atmosphere, the extremely funny compere and his crazy games, the top quality comedians, with occassional very special guests to how quickly you can become known as a regular and feel like part of the night. I have been going to this night since it started, and have seen some truely amazing acts, from the big names to some of the less known people, you are always guarenteed top quality comedy at this club. It's fantastic value for money and if you haven't been, you are definitely missing out!
I popped into this club in the Summer of 2012, and I have been going on a regular basis ever since. The compere is worth the entry fee alone, just for his banter and his games! The line ups are always strong, and the 'secret special guests' that turn up every now and again are always really big names. Well worth a visit and real value for money
Really lovely little comedy night (I mean very little, I might've accidentally kicked Jason Manford in the shins when I saw him there) but it gets some huge names. The compere (who, from what I can tell, is the world's most enthusiastic man) seems to have learned about half the audience's names, or at least his own version (unless Vladimir Putin really was there), so it's clearly got a lot of regulars.
Great comedy night! Compere is amazing and full of beans. Worth trekking through London for. Great early(!) start to the weekend. Famous comedians drop in from time to time. I have seen Jack Whitehall, Michael Mcintyre, Russel Howard to name a few. Get tickets early as always sold out on the night. Amazing fun!! xxx
There are loads of small comedy clubs in London and they can be a bit hit and miss but this night (which happens to be upstairs in one of my favourite pubs) is the biggest hit I have found yet. It's SO much fun. The compere is hilarious and gets the audience involved in all these funny games between the acts, but he does it in a really inclusive way and doesn't try and embarrass anyone. And I've seen some proper big names there, including Russell Kane and Jack Whitehall, but even the acts I've never heard of always turn out to be ace. The night really does have something special about it - the only downside is that when you can't make it you get serious fear of missing out.