Laugh all night long with the best of the West End’s stand-up comedy
Don’t turn on the telly and spend another night on the sofa. Experience the very best that the world of stand-up comedy has to offer in London with us. From performers who regularly take to the West End stage to those who may only appear for one night only, make sure you’re not the butt of anyone’s jokes and laugh all night long with tickets to these comedians.
Comedy acts in London
Although Adam Kay is an award-winning comedian, join the eclectic performer at the Vaudeville Theatre as he performs ‘This Is Going to Hurt‘. The Sunday Times bestselling autobiography documents Kay’s years as a junior doctor, and has continued to play to sell-out audiences since 2016. Be a part of comedy history and see Adam Kay in the West End later this year.
Blending improvisational comedy, along with audience interaction and his own musical talents on the side, Abandoman is a comedic tour-de-force guaranteed to light up the Underbelly Festival for four nights in July. As the show starts, you’ll be able to suggest situations and ideas that you want to be incorporated into the performance. Once you’ve given your best ideas, you can sit back, relax and watch the madness unfold, with a different story told every time. Over his career, Abandoman has headlined the comedy stages at some of the country’s biggest festivals, as well as appearing on numerous panel shows and even touring with Ed Sheeran! Don’t miss your chance to see Abandoman perform in London this year.
Abandoman is at the Belly as part of the Underbelly Festival for four nights from 10th July.
Lost Voice Guy
After winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2018, Lost Voice Guy will perform at the Underbelly Festival this year. He may not be able to talk, but his scathing jokes and quick wit definitely has something to say and his comedy will leave you speechless as he’s bound to make a lasting impression.
Lost Voice Guy is at the Speigeltent as part of the Underbelly Festival on 10th and 11th September 2019.
London Comedy Allstars
Saturday nights in London just got that bit funnier, with London Comedy Allstars gracing the Underbelly Festival most Saturdays from April to September. With a different line-up each evening, see some of the world’s sought-after comedians take to the Underbelly Festival this year, bringing their unique flair to the South Bank. Award-winning comedians from some of the biggest television shows in Britain feature heavily on the line-ups, but with a mix of established comedians and newer faces each Saturday night, the possibilities to laugh all night long are endless.
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The Covent Garden Comedy Club
Making people laugh in London since 2002, The Covent Garden Comedy Club at Heaven is one of the best places to be in the capital if you’re looking for an entertaining night out. From television stars to international comedians who may not perform regularly in the West End, now’s your chance to experience a night of unforgettable stand-up for yourself. Even though the club may be nestled away in the heart of Theatreland, it’s an intimate performance space with all audience members being able to sit right in the heart of the action.
The Covent Garden Comedy Club is open every Saturday, with dates confirmed to 14th December 2019.
Boat Show Comedy Club
Hop aboard Tattershall Castle for the finest floating comedy club, permanently moored in the West End. With four comedians performing over one night, you’ll be laughing all night long before the boat becomes the hottest nightclub in town. With a mixture of classic floor fillers and the best new releases, laugh, eat and drink on a boat!