Shows at London theatres


London Fringe - Comedy


We have 12 shows listed.

A Modest Little Man

Upcoming

Comedy

A Modest Little Man at Upstairs at the Gatehouse
May 1945. Britain celebrates victory and cheers Winston Churchill. The people who fought the war want a better world. But the Labour Party is led by a nonentity.


Chum

Playing now

Comedy

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Laurence Bluetick is on his way back to the top! Come and join him at his extra special, celebrity book launch, in which he will re-launch both his career and a brave new era of British politics.


Educating Rita

Upcoming

Comedy

Educating Rita at Rose Theatre Kingston
When married hairdresser Rita enrols on a university course to expand her horizons, little does she realise where the journey will take her.


FRIEND (The One with Gunther)

Upcoming

Comedy

FRIEND (The One with Gunther) at Wilton's Music Hall
One man, 10 seasons, one hour! The entirety of cult sitcom Friends - all 236 episodes - in just one hour!


Great Ideas, by Geniuses

Upcoming

Comedy

Great Ideas, by Geniuses at OSO Arts Centre
Discover a show about the discoveries that changed the world, by people who know nothing.


Hope Box

Upcoming

Comedy

Hope Box at Hope Theatre
An entire week of comedy.


Hotter

Upcoming

Comedy

Hotter at Soho Theatre
Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Hotter is launching arse-first in your direction.


John Robertson: The Dark Room

Upcoming

Comedy

John Robertson: The Dark Room at OSO Arts Centre
The world's only live-action, text-based adventure game. It's strange, insane and addictive. It's a comedy night, a gameshow and a pantomime all in one!


Private Lives

Upcoming

Comedy

Private Lives at Richmond Theatre
Elyot and Amanda, who were once married, find themselves on honeymoon with their new partners, in the same hotel on the French Riviera, admiring the view from adjoining balconies.


Somewhere to Belong

Upcoming

Comedy

Somewhere to Belong at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre
Bringing together stories from a global LGBT+ community, Somewhere to Belong is a heart-warming comedy about loving more than one gender.


The Frida Kahlo of Penge West

Playing now

Comedy

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A two-women show about one woman's urge to do a one-woman show with two women in it.


What's In A Name?

Upcoming

Comedy

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You are invited to take a seat at the table for a riotously funny evening that questions whether a person's name truly reflects who they are.



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