Undoubtedly one of the leading places for live comedy in London is the Covent Garden Comedy Club. Renowned for booking only the best comedians on the international circuit right now, acts only turn out a few times a year to ensure that every show is different. Come along for belly laughs aplenty with up to 5 comedians and 1 compere for every show, you'll be able to get discounted food at the Lulivo restaurant.
London's Best Comedy Clubs
When it comes to comedy in London, the clubs, gigs and nights are some of the best, and funniest, in the world. Hosting the likes of Russell Brand and Bill Bailey, a night out to one of London's best comedy clubs would be great to have a laugh with a few mates or as part of an unforgettable stag do; check out our recommendations for the very best of them below.
Set in The Pembroke Castle in Camden, Monkey Business Comedy Club is the chance to see a whole host of comedians in an intimate settings. Taking place throughout the week, the nights have featured some of the biggest names on the comedy circuit.
While a club night and party spot with a few roast dinners on the side, The Old Queen's Head in Angel also know a thing or two when it comes to comedy. Check their event line-up for a regular selection of chuckle worthy nights.
Good Ship Comedy is an all-new fun, affordable and friendly comedy night in London offering its guests the chance to catch TV talent and famous comedians for just £5 a ticket. From Romesh Ranganathan to Sara Pascoe and Jack Whitehall, check out what goodies you can find.
Head to the Water Poet for a night of hilarious comedy. Just moments from Liverpool Street Station, grab a pint, feast on traditional pub food, and laugh your way into the night.
Antic brings together some of London's most unique and traditional pubs, bars, and cafes, and fills them with some of the best quality comedy around.
London's best comedy club, Bar Rumba, plays host to one of the biggest comedy events of the year. With fantastic acts, half price on all drinks and club night to end the night, it's a great event to check out.
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.
A unique spot for new comedy in South London, The Vauxhall Comedy Club promises innovative comedy shows from some of the city's finest rising stars. Expect plenty of giggles and you tuck into lip-smacking food and drink offers.
Knock2bag is a regular night of giggle-inducing comedy at The Moth Club. If you're looking for a fun and affordable antics, join them in Hackney as they host the likes of Paul Foot, Jamali Maddix, Stamptown and more for fresh, alternative and undeniably funny nights out.
From weekly comedy shows to seasonal specials, this floating comedy club not only promises and fabulous roster of comedians, but also one of the most unique locations aboard the Tattershall Castle along the Thames.
Bar Rumba - usually your weekend romp destination where raucous partying comes as a guarantee. But not this time. Bar Rumba is hosting a Comedy Carnival of the latest, greatest and rising stand-up acts in the industry. Come Friday or Saturday and start your weekend off with some laughs, drinks and some cracking entertainment.
Laugh Train Home is one of the coolest comedy nights in London, bringing a fun atmosphere (and a bit of unexpected) and hosting famous faces like Joe Lycett, Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe and more.
Hosting five shows over four nights every week, this Mile End venue is bringing a mix of top headliners and fresh faces from the comedy scene to east London. Head to this spot for a light-hearted and economical evening of humour, with tickets starting from only £1.
One of London's most iconic comedy venues, this historic spot on Oxendon Street brings you a mega line-up of great events, from compered shows featuring some of the comedy circuits most renowned names, to amateur Gong nights and an amazing improv show featuring likes of Paul Merton and Josie Lawrence.
Head down to Soho Zebrano every Monday to catch some familiar funny faces doing what they do best. The line-up here changes weekly but always includes both well-known performers and those who are still rising through the ranks, guaranteeing a night of top-notch entertainment and big belly laughs.