Cult performance icon Kim Noble returns with the third part of his trilogy on loneliness and connection after the acclaimed ‘Kim Noble Will Die’ and ‘You’re Not Alone’. Having lived up a tree, down a sewer and under a desk (these are almost certainly all things he has actually done), Noble returns to mainstream society to report his findings about fitting into a world that doesn’t want you.
London is heaving with comedy shows, from intimate pub gigs with surprisingly high-profile line-ups, to massive arena blowout spectaculars at The O2 with huge international superstars. We've rounded up the biggest and best shows to see in London this month: something here is guaranteed to split your sides, no matter your taste in chuckles.
The best comedy clubs in London.