Friday November 8
#hookup Popcorn Comedy at Hackney Picturehouse
Richard Herring, Brett Goldstein and Mae Martin try to revive the world of dating back to its Cilla Black heights.
Bo Burnham: What at Leicester Square Theatre
An incredible show that blew everyone away at the Fringe this year; Bo combines musical comedy, stand up, theatricals and a healthy dose of cynicism to create an amazing show. SOLD OUT.
Friday November 8 – Saturday November 9
Nick Helm: One Man Mega Myth at Bloomsbury Theatre
One of my favourite shows from the Fringe this year, Fosters Award nominee Nick Helm presents a high impact, incredibly funny show in a desperate bid to win the award this year.
Saturday November 9
Saturday Night Show at Invisible Dot
With Will Adamsdale, LOL favourite Simon Munnery and more
Top Value Comedy Night Out at Amused Moose Soho
With Stuart Goldsmith, Mark Dolan, Alistair Barrie, Nick Revell and Patrick Morris.
Angel Comedy at the Camden Head
Free comedy! With the great Nish Kumar, Barry Ferns, David Mills and many more…
Monday November 11
Voices in Your Head at Soho Theatre
Phill Jupitus, Kerry Howard and Greg McHugh go head to head against a disembodied voice, resulting in ‘comedy mayhem’.
Tuesday November 12 to Saturday November 16
Edward Aczel lives in a Meaningless Shed at Soho Theatre
‘Britain’s greatest anti-comic’ (Guardian) brings his Fringe show to London. Original and very funny.
Thursday November 14 Saturday November 23
Frank Skinner: Man in a Suit at Soho Theatre
Brand new show from Frank Skinner.