Comedy Clubs in Birmingham
Peel yourself away from those funny cat videos on YouTube for just a moment and you may just find somewhere else in Birmingham to get your giggle kicks. From Lee Evans to Peter Kay, some of the UK's best comics and stand up acts have graced these Birmingham stages to entertain and tickle the funny bones of its guests in hidden comedy clubs and local Birmingham pubs. For a tickle-tastic evening out in Birmingham, check out our recommendations for the best comedy clubs in Birmingham.
Last updated on 11th January 2018
One of the most intimate comedy shows in Birmingham is also one of the best. Prepare for some of the best comedians on the circuit – with previous guests including Joe Lycett, Ivo Graham, and other celebrities.
Snap Comedy is bringing some of the biggest and most hilarious names in comedy to the stage at The Victoria. From up-and-comers to TV performers coupled with excellent comperes, join them every 3rd Thursday of the month.
The Jewellery Quarter Comedy Club unites amazing up-and-coming stars with super-talented acts from Edinburgh and beyond before putting them in the intimate Rose Villa Tavern.
If you're looking for a little comedy action in the Jewellery Quarter then you can do no wrong with a visit to The Rose Villa Tavern. Host to regular comedy nights - at budget prices too - The Rose Villa Tavern boast some of the best in local talent and bone tickling jaunts in the city. Laughter is the best medicine they say, so if you're feeling under the weather, get your bum on a seat in this comedy club and prepare to be healed.
Promising to feature at least two headline acts from the UK comedy circuit at every show, The Hare and Hounds, a pub in Birmingham's Moseley, promise a chuckling belter of a show, often for less than £10 a pop. From acts that have toured with Micky Flanagan to local stars, The Hare and Hounds promises a premium pub environment with more laughs than your nan's had hot dinners
Glee Comedy Club has rocketed into premium comedy club status thanks to the likes of Lee Evans and Jack Dee gracing the stage. Room for just 450 seated comedy buffs, Glee retains the charm of any small local comedy club whilst boasting some of the biggest comedic line-ups that the UK has ever seen. We think that's a pretty god formula for a thigh-slappingly good night out.