Up the Creek

Comedy, Stand-up Greenwich
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Originally set up by the legendary Malcolm Hardee, Up the Creek is an extraordinary, purpose-built club that's been around since the 1990s, and is still one of the best places to see live comedy. It's renowned for a lively -- some would say bear-pit - atmosphere where only the strongest comics survive. On Sunday there's a more chilled feel to the 'Sunday Special Club', which makes it the perfect place to end the weekend.


Venue name: Up the Creek
Address: 302
Creek Road
SE10 9SW
Transport: DLR: Cutty Sark; Rail/Tube: Greenwich
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  • Thursday April 27 2017
  • Stand-up Friday April 28 2017
  • Stand-up Saturday April 29 2017
  • Thursday May 4 2017
  • Stand-up Friday May 5 2017 - Saturday May 6 2017
  • Stand-up Saturday May 6 2017 - Sunday May 7 2017
  • Stand-up Sunday May 7 2017 - Monday May 22 2017
  • Thursday May 11 2017
  • Stand-up Friday May 12 2017 - Saturday May 13 2017
  • Stand-up Saturday May 13 2017 - Sunday May 14 2017
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Chelsey C

How am I the first person to review such an institution?!

You can see why this place has been here for so long. The comedy is first class, even starting from the compere all the way through whatever three acts they have on that evening and you're always going to get your money's worth.

Security are there to make sure hecklers and the pissed and lairy don't ruin your evening and the bar is really well priced considering other bars in Greenwich .

The 'disco' afterwards leaves a lot to be desired but I guess that's why the booze is so cheap.