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Here’s our guide to upcoming comedy gigs. The biggest stand-up comedians tour venues like the O2 Arena, Eventim Apollo and SSE Arena. The smaller and more intimate venues include the Comedy Store, Soho Theatre, Leicester Square Theatre, Boat Show Comedy Club, 99 Club and Laugh Out London.
Comedy gigs this month
Here’s our pick of the best stand-up comedians performing during May
to • Battersea Arts Centre John Kearns is taking his 'Don't Worry They’re Here' show on tour, and playing one week at the Battersea Arts Centre.
to • Comedy Store Alun Cochrane is a Comedy Store regular, and will be making frequent appearances at London's most popular comedy club.
Comedy gigs in June
Some of the UK’s best comedians are performing in London during June
• Indigo Axel Blake is bringing his new stand-up show 'I'm Not Gonna Lie' to the Indigo in June for his biggest headline show to date.
to • Eventim Apollo The barmy Bill Bailey is back in London at the Eventim Apollo to perform his new stand-up show, 'Larks in Transit'.
to • Eventim Apollo Joe Lycett will be coming to the Eventim Apollo in June with his brand-new stand-up show -- I'm About To Lose Control.
to • Comedy Store Stand-up comic Nathan Caton is a regular performer at London's famous Comedy Store in Soho.
• Eventim Apollo Doug Stanhope is coming to the Hammersmith Apollo in June to rant and rave and complain and give us all a good laugh.
• Comedy Store Jarred Christmas is one of the most popular performers at the Comedy Store, a bravura performer full of confidence and passion.
• Eventim Apollo Jason Manford has extended his 'Muddle Class' UK tour by 15 dates and will now be coming to the Eventim Apollo in June.
Comedy gigs in July
Some of the funniest comics are performing in July if you’re planning a night out
to • Barbican Hall Barry Humphries (Dame Edna) will be telling stories and sharing songs from 1930s Berlin, in the Weimar Cabaret.
to • Cadogan Hall American satirist David Sedaris, the star of Radio 4's 'Meet David Sedaris', is coming to London in July for two nights at Cadogan Hall.
to • Eventim Apollo The hateful clown in a gown is back at the Eventim Apollo, when the 'Blame it on Bianca Del Rio' tour comes to London in July.
Comedy gigs in September
Some of the country’s best comics will be performing in London this September
to • Eventim Apollo Scottish comic Kevin Bridges is back in London with his 'Brand New Tour', and will be playing five nights at the Hammersmith Apollo.
to • Eventim Apollo Come to Royston Vasey and spend a night with the League of Gentlemen, when their brand-new stage show comes to London.
More Comedy gigs in 2018/19
Start planning ahead with our pick of the best comedy tours in the coming months
to • O2 Arena Michael McIntyre's Big World Tour is coming to London in October, where he'll be playing four nights at the O2 Arena.
to • Eventim Apollo Dara O'Briain is taking a break from his three thousand TV shows and doing a bit of stand-up comedy at the Hammersmith Apollo.
• Globe Theatre The Comedy Store Players will be telling lots of Shakespeare-inspired jokes and performing some improvised skits at the Globe Theatre.
• Hackney Empire David O'Doherty is back at the Hackney Empire with his crappy 1980s keyboard and a brand new show, 'You Have To Laugh'.
• Hackney Empire 'Hate Thy Neighbour' host Jamali Maddix is coming to the Hackney Empire on this first world tour, with his new show 'Vape Lord'.
to • SSE Arena Wembley Michael McIntyre's Big World Tour has already been around the globe, and is now coming back to the SSE Arena.
to • Eventim Apollo Sarah Millican will be coming to the Eventim Apollo in November to tell us all about her life as a 'Control Enthusiast'.