Weekend comedy clubs in London

Every regular Friday and Saturday night comedy club on one map



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What better way to spend a weekend eve than with a good old laugh? There are tons of comedy clubs across the capital (not just in Leicester Square) that host professional stand-up shows every Friday and/or Saturday night. So whether you're looking for a local comedy club or a central London laugh, we've put together this map of every weekend comedy venue in the capital.

South London comedy clubs

Banana Cabaret

There are always strong line-ups at this long running club, which is soon approaching its 30th year. Seated almost in the round, Banana Cabaret's room is perfect for comedy: cosy and unpretentious.

  1. The Bedford 77 Bedford Hill, SW12 9HD
  2. Every Friday and Saturday
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Comedy Carnival at the Grand

This impressive Battersea venue features stand-up every Saturday night, plus a nightclub until 3am included with admission.

  1. The Clapham Grand St John's Hill, SW11 1TT
  2. Every Saturday
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Crack Comedy Club Kingston

Good quality stand-up, every Friday and Saturday night, for the good people of Kingston.

  1. Grey Horse Kingston 46 Richmond Rd, Kingston, Surrey, KT2 5EE
  2. Every Friday and Saturday
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Crack Comedy Club Streatham

Comedy for the good people of Streatham from circuit regulars.

  1. Hideaway 2 Empire Mews, Stanthorpe Rd, SW16 2ED
  2. Every Friday
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Crack Comedy Club Wimbledon

Three stand-ups and a friendly host here at Crack's Wimbledon venue, every Saturday night.

  1. Watershed 267 The Broadway, SW19 1SD
  2. Every Saturday
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Up the Creek

Fun and frolics at this legendary old club, which was originally set up by the legendary Malcolm Hardee. It's less of a bear pit than it used to be, but UTC can still be racous and rowdy (in a fun way).

  1. Up the Creek 302 Creek Rd, SE10 9SW
  2. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
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