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What's OnLate nights of laughter at The Comedy Store

Want to put a smile on your face? The Comedy Store is the perfect place! Offering delicious food and delightful drinks, get ready to get your giggle on.
  • Dates 10/04/2019 - 10/04/2019
  • Location The Comedy Store, 1a Oxendon Street, SW1Y 4EE
  • Price ££
London’s best LIVE comedy venueLooking to put a smile on your face this summer?Head to The Comedy Store, only moments away from Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.In case you didn’t know it’s London’s best LIVE comedy venue. If you don’t believe us, check out the awesome 4.5* Trip Advisor reviews.Offering fabulous food and a night of laugh-out-loud comedy, what are you waiting for? Discover this little gem tonight!Weekly shows range from topical news-based comedy from The Cutting Edge (every Tuesday), to the very best in comedy improv in The Comedy Store Players (Wednesdays and Sundays).Tickets cost from as little as £15 each, so there’s really no excuse to not get your giggle on!The Comedy Store turns 40!This year, The Comedy Store celebrates its 40th anniversary.Show the Store your support by popping in for a comedy show. Headline acts perform every week and newcomers often turn into popular comedy giants.And perhaps you're quite the comedian yourself? Or, do you have a friend who can make everyone laugh?Don’t miss the most brutal open mic night in London – King Gong. Held on the last Monday of every month. Come and have a go if you think you're funny enough!If you want to perform at a King Gong show, please email your request in advance to:

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