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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  • 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.

  • Sister Act: The Musical
    Sister Act: The Musical
    Eventim Apollo
    Thursday Matinee

    Deloris van Cartier is a Reno lounge singer who witnesses her mobster boyfriend commit a murder, forcing her into witness protection. She's placed in a convent in California, in the hope she will adapt to the quiet lives of the nuns and stay out of trouble. The nuns assign her to the choir, where she naturally transforms them into a soulful gospel group and helps them find their voice. Sister Act will be revived at London's Eventim Apollo in 2022. 

  • 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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