Comedy in London

Fancy a laugh? Whatever your sense of humour, you’ll find comedy in London that’s sure to have you in stitches. West End comedy has never been better, especially with shows like Mischief Theatre’s Olivier Award-winning debut play The Play That Goes Wrong and the hilarious hit The Book of Mormon that have made audiences laugh for years. Comedy shows in London also appear at fringe venues and festivals throughout the year, so make sure you check often to see which comedy shows are coming to the capital. Get ready to laugh out loud at London comedy shows. 

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  • Wicked
    Wicked
    Apollo Victoria Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Since opening on Broadway in 2003, Wicked has taken the world of musical theatre by storm.

  • Blithe Spirit
    Blithe Spirit
    Harold Pinter Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

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  • Only Fools and Horses - The Musical
    Only Fools and Horses - The Musical
    Theatre Royal Haymarket
    Wednesday Matinee

    A stage adaptation of the classic British sitcom Only Fools and Horses, co-written by Paul Whitehouse, will return to London's West End at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from October 2021.

  • The Shark Is Broken
    The Shark is Broken
    Ambassadors Theatre
    Thursday Matinee

    The breakout hit of the 2019 Edinburgh Festival, The Shark is Broken is a hilarious and fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the disastrous shoot for what became an iconic blockbuster: Steven Spielberg’s movie Jaws. Now, this show is set to make a splash in the West End, so start planning your trip and get booking.

  • The Play That Goes Wrong
    The Play That Goes Wrong
    Duchess Theatre
    No Matinee

    Putting Mischief Theatre firmly on the map, The Play That Goes Wrong continues to leave audiences in fits of giggles at the Duchess Theatre.

  • Pretty Woman
    Pretty Woman: The Musical
    Savoy Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Pretty Woman: The Musical is transferring to the Savoy Theatre from 8 July. West End tickets for Pretty Woman: The Musical at the Savoy Theatre are on sale now.

  • Magic Goes Wrong
    Magic Goes Wrong
    Apollo Theatre
    No Matinee

    Mischief Theatre collaborate with co-writers for the first time as they bring their new show Magic Goes Wrong, created with stage legends Penn and Teller, to the London stage at the Apollo Theatre.

  • Jerusalem Play 2022
    Jerusalem
    Apollo Theatre
    Wednesday Matinee

    Jez Butterworth’s play Jerusalem returns to London’s West End for a limited run, with original stars Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook reprising their roles.

  • Habeas Corpus
    Habeas Corpus
    Menier Chocolate Factory
    No Matinee

    The antics of the Wicksteed home are a darkly satirical merry-go-round in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus.  Family, friends and the quest for sexual pleasures of the body (“corpus”) are the ruling passions in this farcical comedy of ill-manners. Through an escapade of mistaken identities and carnal encounters, one motto holds fast: “He whose lust lasts, lasts longest.”

  • Peggy For You
    Peggy For You
    Hampstead Theatre
    No Matinee

    Agents are not supposed to be more famous than their clients – unless, of course, you are the formidable, outrageous and hilarious Peggy Ramsay… Alan Plater’s raucously funny play is peopled with characters who fall under the spell of this unlikely heroine, who believed infinitely more in art than she did in money – or in good manners.

  • Pride and Prejudice Sort Of
    Pride and Prejudice* (sort of)
    Criterion Theatre
    No Matinee

    It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a Jane Austen novel must be adapted - and this time, 30 years of pop hits and an irreverent all-female cast bring a bold new Pride and Prejudice to the Criterion Theatre!

  • Sh!t-faced Shakespeare: Macbeth
    Sh!t-faced Shakespeare: Macbeth
    Leicester Square Theatre
    No Matinee

    Sh!t-faced Shakespeare® is back for the 5th year at Leicester Square Theatre and it’s going to be a bloodbath, with their all-new production of Macbeth. Upon hearing the weird sisters’ prediction, Macbeth and his wily wife take matters into their own hands and burn down everything in their wake. Well, almost. Fair is foul and foul is fair in this tale of prophecy gone slightly off the rails. Perhaps an inebriated actor will help the process along?
     

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