Have a night full of laughter, joy and comedy as we provide you with the top 10 comedy clubs in London
‘London’s most vibrant venue for new theatre, comedy and cabaret,’ the Soho Theatre is a creative titan in the field of comedy here in London. With variety in entertainment spanning theatre, comedy, cabaret and writers’ events, this is a mecca for all creative and artistic creation and entertainment. A definite hot spot in the city of London.
What’s wrong with a dinner, a show and a night full of laughter? Oh that’s right- nothing! Come to the London Comedy Club, the Comedy Carnival in which you can indulge yourself in the best that comedy has to offer. With appearances from stars from Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and other international comedians, this is the place to be for a great laugh.
The Comedy Store
In the heart of the West End, The Comedy Store is “The city’s busiest comedy venue with over 3500 people passing through its doors every week!” With these many raving customers, it was only right to add this club to our list. Showing everything from topical news-based comedy to improv, this club covers all the bases in comedy and knows how to show its audiences a good time.
Run by the funny man himself, Harry Deansway opens doors to Shambles, one of London’s most popular comedy clubs. Featuring a roster of some of the most comical names in the industry, the stage at this club is full of the most interesting of characters. Operating bi-monthly, the club is open for business and will have you in shambles.
Laugh Out London
Living up to its name, Laugh Out London promises the best of the best in the comedic field in Camden, Hackney, Brixton and Islington. The club offers great entertainment for a very small price to pay and promises a great night of fun. The club has hosted a number of famous comedians including Simon Munnery, Mark Thomas and Brendon Burns.
Live at The Chapel
Known as ‘Comedy’s Spiritual Home,’ Live at the Chapel is considered the biggest and most dramatic clubs in the country taking residence in a working church. Since its opening in 2007, the club has lent its stage to everyone who’s anyone in the British comedy scene. Comics from Ed Byrne, Noel Fielding and Frankie Boyle to Stephen Merchant, Josie Long and Russell Howard. Along with a tea-serving kiosk and a great band, you have got to check this one out.
With the motto, “Always Free. Always Funny,’ the Angel Comedy Club is one the most unique and welcoming comedy clubs around. Hosting some of the most infamous names in comedic history, the club is committed to its performers and audiences to deliver the freshest and funniest performances in town.
With a homely and retro atmosphere, the Happy Mondays comedy club strives to make visitors to feel welcome, at home and at ease. Great hang out spot for students and really even customers of all ages, the club is open for drinks, food and great comedy on the side. Including comics like Stewart Lee, Cardinal Burns and Russell Howard- come to this club to make your Monday much much happier.
The Covent Garden Comedy Club
Currently celebrating thirteen years of laughter, the Covent Garden Comedy Club is one of the biggest and most successful independent comedy clubs in Central London. Only booking the best comedians from the International comedic scene and many other radio and TV celebrities, the club is one of the best spaces you will ever go to for a night of comedy.
99 Club Leicester Square
Winner of the Chortle award for the ‘Best London Club’ from 2011-15, the 99 Club Leicester Square is definitely one of the top places to go to for comedy in London. The clubs’ incentive and mission is to provide an environment in which the creativity and importance of stand up comedy to remain intact. The Club is one of the oldest yet most innovative of comedy clubs in the city.