Comedy in London Thursday 3 November

Comedy in London on Thu 3rd November

Our guide to comedy gigs in London on Thursday 3 November 2016.

Comedy in London: Hans Teeuwen at Leicester Square Theatre

to Leicester Square Theatre Hans Teeuwen is returning to the UK in October to perform his "Real Rancour" show at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Comedy in London: Jo Caulfield at Comedy Store

Comedy Store Jo Caulfield is one of the best female comedians around, and is a regular performer at London's Comedy Store.
 

That’s it for the comedy gigs, but here are some more events on Thursday 3 November in London:

Game Plan — Old board games, re-discovered3 NovemberThe Museum of Childhood’s new exhibition and explore the history of more than 100 board games, both old and new.

Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers — London Coliseum3 NovemberBizet’s “The Pearl Fishers” is a moving story of friendship, tested to breaking point by the arrival of the beautiful Leila.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child3 NovemberPalace Theatre has snapped up the rights to “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” — a brand-new story by JK Rowling.

Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear3 NovemberThe Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Undressed’ exhibition will explore the history of underwear from the 18th-century to today.

Fireworks display at Wimbledon Park3 NovemberWimbledon Park will be putting on two displays this year — one for the youngsters and another display for the grown-ups.

Fire! Fire! Great Fire of London exhibition3 NovemberThis year is the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, and the Museum of London will be putting on a special exhibition.

The “Phantom of the Opera” is here!3 November“The Phantom of the Opera” has some of the best sets in the West End, and one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s finest scores.

The Comedy About A Bank Robbery3 November‘The Comedy About A Bank Robbery’ at the Criterion Theatre is by the same guys as behind ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’.

The Railway Children + real steam train!3 NovemberThe Railway Children’s cast includes a real-life 60-tonne steam train that comes chugging into the King’s Cross Theatre.

 
 
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