With your social account:
Or with your email:
With a few clicks using your favourite social network
Or by entering your details below
You have successfully connected your account to Time Out. You may sign in with this account in future.
Please confirm your account details
You have previously logged in with a different social network.
We count down the go-to clubs, nights and venues for London laughs
Have a lorra laughs over the next seven days
Have a laugh at one of the best shows in town
Diaries at the ready: it's time to start booking in for a barrel of laughs
Already finished ‘Master of None’? Delve into Netflix’s huge live comedy library
Intelligent social commentary from Martin, and observations and anecdotes from former drama student, McGhie.
MC Gwilum Argos presents a mix of totally new talent and established comedians testing the water with new material.
Tom Stade, Eshaan Akbhar and John Hastings present individual sets packed with cultural observations and witty tales.
A new series of stand-up shows from the people behind critically acclaimed The Rat Pack stand-up comedy.
The most recent songs, characters, stand-up and more from off-the-cuff-comedy masters.
A fun, revealing and truthful story which also provides an excellent opportunity to hear once again some of the world's favourite old Jewish Jokes.
Your go-to venues for a funny fix in the capital
On a budget? Try one of these pay-what-you-want comedy gigs
All you need to know about the daddy of all comedy clubs
Where to watch fresh, newbie comics try their luck
The ‘Vicar of Dibley’ star on her first solo show, kissing cats’ bums and why she didn’t talk to Time Out for years
As ‘Waiting for Gaddot’ heads to London, Richard Gadd speaks to Time Out… nearly
As part of the Time Out takeover, the comedy egghead invited reader Zahid Fayyaz into his ‘Mock the Week’ dressing room for a wide-ranging chat
All hail the 2015 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award winner! We speak to the Aussie loon
We get the grouchy LA stand-up's tips on how to become a podcasting king
In Scotland he’s a national hero up there with Andy Murray. We speak to the man behind the comedy book of the year