Only Fools And Horses
Join Del Boy and Rodney Trotter on their move from Peckham to the West End, lovely jubbly!
She's coming to the West End, dearie. Mrs. Doubtfire transfers for a limited run in 2023
Dawn French Is A Huge Twat!
Dawn French Is A Huge Twat at London Palladium, a night of hilarious self-mortification!
Prepare for take off in Mother Goose featuring Ian McKellen and comedian John Bishop!
ALEX EDELMAN: JUST FOR US
Alex Edelman's Just For Us - a wise and witty monologue that explores all from his career!
Clive Anderson hilariously helps negotiate a truce in Winner's Curse at Park Theatre!
Something Rhymes with Purple
Spend an evening with Gyles and Susie. Something Rhymes with Purple live on stage!
Dance of Death
August Strindberg's savage comedy gets a 21st-century makeover in Dance of Death!
In Animal David is gay, disabled and profoundly horny, but he just wants to get laid!
And Then The Rodeo Burned Down
And Then The Rodeo Burned Down at King's Head Theatre is an electric hour of clowning!
Accidental Death of an Anarchist
When a young anarchist dies in police custody, the Maniac rains hell on the police force!
Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare meets reality TV in Much Ado About Nothing, at the Duke of York's Theatre!
London Comedy Shows, Improvisation and Stand Up Comedy Tickets
Lord Byron once said "Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine." And who can argue with that? A life without laughter is barely a life at all! Besides, who doesn't like to laugh? If you're on this page, you're definitely in the right place. London's West End is the best place for you to catch a laugh. With a wide range of top comedy shows and humorous entertainment on offer, you'll find something to tickle your funny bone.
Enjoying an evening of comedy and humour is a fun way to spend your time. Lucky for you, London's West End is home to many kinds of comedy shows, as well as stand-up performances by award-winning comedians. Whether you're in the mood for light-hearted distraction or raunchy improv, the shows on offer have been shaking the walls of theatres across London with belly laughs since opening night and continue to do so even today.
The Beating Heart of Comedy
Comedy has several subgenres distinguished by their style of delivery, the context used and the source of humour. In theatre, the most common subgenres of comedy shows are burlesque, satire, parody, farce and comedy of manners. Whichever you choose, they're all a great way to relax and forget about the stresses of the day.
So, if you're looking for a good time with laughs aplenty, why not check out a comedy show and treat yourself to a night of merriment. With so many funny performances to see, the only problem you'll have is finding the time to see them all!
Still need convincing? Here's a joke to get your warmed up – Which driver does not drive? A screwdriver!