Comedy Venues in London – A Laugh Riot in Every Way

London is a place to make merry, and it has several options where one can go and have a good laugh! Here’s a list of London’s best comedy venues.

Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar

A small and perfectly formed north London theatre with a rich history of stand-up comedy. From upcoming theatre groups to the likes of Russell Brand and Jimmy Carr, acts at ‘the Chicks’ have proved as wonderfully diverse as is list of specialty drinks served at the pub.  Enjoy the best of the fringe over your favorite tipple and embrace the characters treading the boards.

The Theater bar has everything from The real ales made by small local brewers to innovative craft beers from the masters and well-known lagers and pilsners from around the globe. There is a regular change in the seasonal draught range throughout the year and the cask ales are also regularly rotated.

The Hens and Chicken has free WiFi for all. Opening times are Monday to Wednesday: 5pm – Midnight / Thursday: 5pm – 12.30am / Friday to Saturday: Noon – 1.30am / Sunday: Noon – Midnight
The Hammersmith Apollo, known through sponsorship , is a major entertainment venue and a Grade II* listed building[1] located in Hammersmith, London. it opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace, being renamed the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962. Many bands have released live CDs, videos or DVDs of concerts held at the Apollo, such as Kings of Leon, Tears For Fears, Dire Straits, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Robbie Williams. In 1984 the London based heavy metal band Iron Maiden recorded side 4 of their double live album ‘Live After Death’ at the venue. A DVD of a Bruce Springsteen concert held there in 1975 was released as part of the Born to Run 30th Anniversary Edition package. It is suggested to all art lovers to visit this place whenever you go to London.

The Soho Theater

The Soho Theater presents new works of theatre, together with comedy and cabaret, across three performance spaces. The theatre is also home to a Writers’ Centre, which provides support to new writers, aimed at developing writers to work in theatre as well as film, TV and radio. The Soho Theater is a mix of comedy, cabaret, theatre, and writers’ events, with a particular focus on new writing and fringe comedy.
The Pleasance Theatre is home to a full program of live music, comedy, theatre and film throughout the year.

A good hotel to stay in London

The Marble Arch by Montcalm London – The Marble Arch by Montcalm London, ranks among the finest of the capital’s leading luxury hotels. Situated 31 Great Cumberland Place, London – W1H 7TA, it is perfectly located within easy reach of Oxford Circus and central London.

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