US stand-up Ali Siddiq is a superb storyteller with a fascinating story to tell. The Texas-born comic started performing stand-up while in prison, and has plenty of incredible tales to tell from life behind bars. Don't miss.
'Catastrophe' star and Twitter supremo Rob Delaney headlines a top notch bill featuring Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Rose Matafeo, fellow nominee Glenn Moore and ace stand-up Fin Taylor.
Brainy, eloquent Ahir Shah earned himself an second Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for this passionate show about our current political climate. He just keeps getting better and better.
Character comic Lolly Adefope – one of Time Out’s 50 Great Londoners – joins Brett Goldstein and others in Kennington.
Fresh from recording a Comedy Central pilot, Jayde Adams and Kiri Pritchard-McLean introduce comics performing songs from musicals.
The latest show from this ever-innovative, boundary-pushing comic provides an audio twist.
Technically a comedy show, this piece from rising-star performer Natalie Palamides is a hilarious and eventually troubling look at consent. In it, the American comic’s douchebag male alter-ego Nate hugs, fights and drinks with his audience, before going on a date that sends us out feeling very uneasy.
Extraordinary performer Pearman plays a wormn, a bunch of grapes and a hard-of-hearing potato in her giddy new show.
Superb, angry young stand-up Jamali Maddix – who has fronted his own Viceland documentaries and appeared on 'Live at the Apollo' – brings his new hard-hitting show to Hackney.
Misanthropic Irish comedy superstar Dylan Moran is back on the road with 'Dr Cosmos' The creator of ‘Black Books’ and star of ‘Shaun of the Dead’ is a master at casually throwing out strange metaphors while sloshing glasses of red wine. There’s depth and intelligence behind his shambolic charm and curmudgeonly manner. (And, in case you’ve ever wondered, it’s ‘Moran’ as in ‘Sporran’. You’re welcome.)
More comedy in London
Looking for comedy in London tonight? Then start limbering up those face muscles because there are plenty of cracking line-ups at London's comedy clubs this very evening. Here's a few of the comedy shows we recommend, plus a choice of budget-friendly free gigs.
As the unofficial comedy capital of the world, London's comedy circuit doesn't take a break. There are stand-up shows seven days a week, from early evening through to the small hours. To help you plan your week of witticisms, here's a nifty calendar of the best comedy shows in London this week.