Another chance to catch the best comedy show of 2018 before Acaster takes his cold lasagne on tour. Who knew he could get any better?
Dozens of comedy shows – from the likes of Dane Baptiste, Lazy Susan, Jessica Fostekew and Desiree Birch – under the arches of Waterloo.
The hugely popular sketch comedy star hits the West End. Are we bovvered? Yes, we are, actually.
There are few tickets remaining for the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’s winner’s London run. See him now before he inevitably moves to Vegas.
Rapid-fire gags, stories about a bitcoin blunder and tales of childhood mishaps from this talented stand-up.
Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning character comic Adam Riches - as seen on 'Cats Does Countdown' and 'Detectorists' – performed not one, not two but three shows at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe. This – 'The Guy Who…' – was one of them. An intimate, site-specific comedy show with no stage, no lights, just Riches and his audience. The multi-award winner's in character as 'the guy you meet right after you come out of a long-term relationship' which makes this run in Drink, Drop & Do's cafe a Valentine's must-see for anyone who's ever been in a relationship.
Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner and 'Alan Partridge' star Tim Key headlines this top notch bill at a converted art deco cinema. Plus Radio X DJ and all-round 'vibe magnet' John Robins, 'Plebs' and 'Friday Night Dinner' star Tom Rosenthal, Viceland's Jamali Maddix and Comedy Central regular Evelyn Mok.
Sheffield-based alt-comedy hero Sean Morley brings his impressive debut solo show to the VAULT Festival in Waterloo. Morley describes 'I Apologise for My Recent Behaviour' as a 'stand-up apology' and that's the best description we can come up with, too. It's a genre-blending hour of audience manipulation, visual set-pieces, innovative ideas and consistently funny stand-up. Don't miss.
The best show yet from this talented stand-up and TV regular. A blend of candid tales, silly jingles and punchy jokes.
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.
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