Prepare for a dinner you won't forget in a hurry as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve a disastrous three-course offering. Based on the famous series, Faulty Towers is a mixture of comedy, theatre and dining, that will bring the cult series to life like never before.
Best Comedy Nights in London
London is one of the world's best destinations to catch some side-splittingly funny comedy shows. You name it, every comedian at one point or another has done their best to please the discerning and often highly critical crowds that flock to see comedy in London. It can be often difficult to keep your finger on the comedy pulse, fortunately DesignMyNight has done the hard work for you. Check out our recommended comedy nights in London and find one that tickles your fancy.
Comedy Carnival at Leiceister Square's Bar Rumba, features award-winning, international comedians. Raucous, lively and always hilarious, Comedy Carnival is perfect for a birthday celebration, office party or just a cracking night out with your pals. Make sure to buy your tickets online and reserve your space to avoid missing out.
Celebrating 16 years of making London laugh, the Covent Garden Comedy Club is renowned for booking only the biggest and best acts on the international circuit right now. Head along for a night of side-splitting gags from TV famous names; there's up to 5 comics and an MC on show for every event, guaranteeing chuckles all night long.
We're probably ruining everything for The Top Secret Comedy Club by shouting about it from the rooftops, but when an event is this funny we don't really have a choice. Taking place on Drury Lane every weekend, head right this way for laughs on tap, a fully stocked bar with cheap drinks and an amazing atmosphere.
Join Simon Caine as he takes to some of London's best venues (think Bloomsbury Theatre and The Bill Murray) as part of his latest comedy tour. Not only can you grab tickets from as little as £5, but you'll be in for an evening of laugh out loud stand up.
Join Danny Walsh, Nathan D'Arcy Roberts, Claire Boyce Lenahan and a whole host of comedians as Deptford Cinema hosts an evening of laughs in aid of charity. With tickets from just £5, this is one for a cheap and cheerful night out.
Forget boring comedy in stuffy venues; Antic have the antidote with their unique range of pubs, bars and cafes, all filled to the brim with amazing comedians.
Looking for a cheeky laugh and mouthwatering meal? If there's one thing that this city is brimming with, it's immersive experiences but we can bet you haven't seen one like this. Join Rodney and Del Boy as the south Londoners bring a slice of Peckham and three-course feast to the Radisson Blu.
Join Lady Gala, aka London's reigning queen of drag bingo, for a night of unparalleled entertainment at Proud Embankment, complete with dance offs, club anthems and a few surprises. Expect an evening of booze, bingo and balls, lots of 'em.
One of the finest comedy quizzes in the city, this ridiculous activity evening is one of the best comedy nights in London. Grab your mates and prepare for a fabulous night of side-splitting laughs and all-out silliness.
It's time to get your weekend started right. Leave all thoughts of work at the door and get psyched to laugh yourself silly, as the 99 Club bring you stand up performances from Nathan Caton, Rhys James and Spencer Brown this Friday evening. What's that? You want more? Fair enough, your ticket also includes entry to the Storm Club after, so now you can cut some shapes on the dance floor too.
One of London's best comedy nights is back at Bar Rumba. Hosting some of the world's most renowned comedy acts, it's a great option for a night out in London.
This brand new space for cutting-edge comedy is sure to be a real treat for stand-up fans. Swing by The Vauxhall Comedy Club and catch one of their shows with London's finest rising comedy stars, you're sure to leave with a grin on your face.
An interesting alternative to your usual comedy experience, The Funny Side brings a mix of UK and international talent to venues across London to showcase everything from rising stand ups to improv groups.
Make Monday your favourite day as The Colonel Fawcett put on a regular roster of comedy; join the Camden pub to watch regulars and up and coming talents all for only £5.
Have a barrel o' laughs to fill your weekday nights with Laugh Train Home. With a stonkin' line-up of TV treasures and the freshest faces from the comedy circuit, this is one comedy show you don't want to miss out on. With tickets starting at just a fiver, get yourself down there for some sure fired giggles and chuckles.
Choose what you pay as this quirky comedy club gives you the choice between £3 tickets of paying on the door. With a lineup including the likes of Rob Copland, Sikisa, Jamie Oliphant and more, this is one for your diary.
Catch amazing comedy just steps away from Liverpool Street Station at the Water Poet. The perfect opportunity to see something hilarious, grab a great drink, and feast on British pub grub.
Head to Little Nan's at the Cavendish Arms as the Stockwell favourite hosts the likes of The Glorious Filibusters top take to the stage this summer. Expect drunken acapella, with the usual classics alongside mouthwatering food and drinks.
If you're a fan of Alexis Strum's memoir The Time I Almost.. then you're gonna want to get down to The Book Club where she'll be hosting a night of comedy. Grab an ice cold beer or creative cocktail and prepare to be entertained.
Head over to Concrete where Dazzle returns for more cheeky, comedy-fuelled burlesque and cabaret. See ten talented performers offer up their finest shimmies and shakes for a panel of live judges - only two can go through to October's grand finale.
Comedy East's Snakecharmer Night will have you giggling all night long as fresh comedy talent takes to the stage from across the UK and around the world. With tickets at just £5 a pop, it's an absolute steal.