to • Duchess TheatreMichael McIntyre is one of the biggest names in comedy, and will be doing a 'work in progress' show at the Duchess Theatre. Michael Mcintyre will be performing live at the Duchess Theatre in August.
to • Soho TheatreSteen Raskopoulos is bringing his new show 'You Know The Drill' to the Soho Theatre for two nights in September. You can see comedien Steen Raskopoulos at the Soho Theatre in London this September.
to • Comedy StoreJarred Christmas is a popular performer at the Comedy Store, and will be appearing multiple times over the coming months. Catch Jarred Christmas’s gig at the Comedy Store in September.
to • Criterion TheatreNina Conti's "In Your Face" show is a bit of comedy and ventriloquism rolled into one, and you can see it at the Criterion Theatre. The theatre play Nina Conti will be shown at the Criterion Theatre in September.
• Tattershall CastleStewart Lee will be doing some stand-up at the Boat Show Comedy Club, onboard the floating Tattershall Castle. Comedien Stewart Lee will be performing at the Tattershall Castle on the 12th September.
to • Vaudeville TheatreDavid Baddiel's new show celebrates his mum and dad by remembering everything they would probably want to forget. See the theatre show David Baddiel My Family Not The Sitcom at the Vaudeville Theatre in London until October.
to • Leicester Square TheatreLive comedy in London at the Leicester Square Theatre. Frankie Boyle is back in town to test out some brand new jokes in a "Work in Progress" show at the Leicester Square Theatre.
to • Comedy StoreImran Yusuf is one of the quickest comedians around, with an act that's full of gags, satire and hard-hitting commentary. Imran Yusuf will be coming to London in September, for a comedy gig at the Comedy Store.
• Museum of ComedyFemale comedy duo Croft & Pearce are coming to the Museum of Comedy with their new Edinburgh comedy show. Comedien Croft And Pearce will be coming to London on the 24th September, for a show at the Museum of Comedy.
to • Leicester Square TheatreLive comedy in London at the Leicester Square Theatre. Bridget Christie will be telling us all about the despairing meltdown she suffered following Brexit (in a funny way, of course).
to • Leicester Square TheatreAmerican comic Barry Crimmins is bringing his 'Seeking Political Asylum' to the Leicester Square Theatre for three nights. Barry Crimmins will be performing at the Leicester Square Theatre between September and October.
to • Soho TheatreHans Teeuwen is returning to the UK in October to perform his "Real Rancour" show at the Soho Theatre. Hans Teeuwen will be performing at the Soho Theatre between September and October.