London Theatre Comedy Tickets

Fancy a laugh? Whatever your sense of humour you'll find a show that's sure to have you in stitches. Comedy in London has never been better in London, so whether you're after a musical with added humour or a play that will put a smile on your face, we have it listed here.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

When four lovers, a host of fairies and the mischievous Puck take to the woods, magic, comedy and confusion ensue in equal measure.

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
Torquay Suite Theatre

When guests become diners in the ‘Faulty Towers’ restaurant and they’re served by Basil, Sybil and Manuel, pretty much anything can happen – especially when two-thirds of the show is improvised.

 

Book your Faulty Towers The Dining Experience tickets, playing at The Torquay Suite Theatre today.

Hobson's Choice
Hobson's Choice
Vaudeville Theatre

Harold Brighouse's classic comic love story is the tale of a Salford cobbler with three unruly daughters that owes more than a little to King Lear and Cinderella. The homage is purely intentional.

How The Other Half Loves
How The Other Half Loves
Duke of York's Theatre

Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy of matrimonial mishaps, receives its first major West End revival for over 20 years.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong
Peter Pan Goes Wrong
Apollo Theatre

The original cast of the West End's hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong return to the stage this Christmas in J.M Barrie's  classic Peter Pan.

Once again the members of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society battle against technical hitches , flying mishaps and cast disputes. Will they ever make it to Neverland?

The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon
Prince of Wales Theatre

Winner of 4 2014 Olivier Awards including Best New Musical and Best Actor In A Musical. Rolling Stone says, 'The Genii of South Park hit Broadway, and history is made. Mormon is on its march into legend'. It's The Book of Mormon, the Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. Time Out New York says, 'You'll laugh your head off. Mormon is musical comedy heaven'. The New York post says, 'I Love The Book Of Mormon'.

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
Criterion Theatre

One giant diamond.

Eight incompetent crooks.

And a security guard asleep on the job.

What could possibly go right?

The Miser
The Miser
Garrick Theatre

Actor, writer, presenter, comedian and two-time Olivier award-winner Griff Rhys Jones returns to the West End in a hilarious new adaption by Sean Foley and Phil Porter of Moliere’s classic comedy, The Miser. Griff has most recently been seen on stage as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver, and previously in Feydeau’s An Absolute Turkey

The Naked Magicians
The Naked Magicians
Trafalgar Studio One

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on the back of sold-out shows and rave reviews in Australia, Asia, USA, Canada and New Zealand, the world's funniest and cheekiest magic show is set to take London by storm. Featuring magic, mirth and more than a touch of mayhem, these two hot and hilarious magicians say abracadabra and take magic to a whole new level. Without sleeves or pockets, The Naked Magicians' saucy magic is both baffling and entertaining; you won't believe your eyes!

With a guest comedian to warm you up, this boisterous R-rated magic show will play the Edinburgh Fringe Festival directly before their London run, stripping away the top hats and capes and promising full frontal illusions.

The Play That Goes Wrong
The Play That Goes Wrong
Duchess Theatre

Described as Fawlty Towers meets Noises Off, this is THE smash hit new comedy for 2014!

Waiting for Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Waiting for Godot
St James Theatre Studio

Two hapless understudies occupy their time backstage, trying to understand art, life, theatre and their precarious existence within it. The comedy ponders Beckett, showbiz and just what on earth it’s all about. Turns out, the only people who truly understand Beckett’s Waiting For Godot, are the understudies.

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