London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 11-17 September

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London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 11-17 September

Our pick of where to find funny over the next seven days

Sunday: Get your kids into comedy at Greenwich Comedy Festival with the Comedy Club for Kids at 3.30pm, tickets £5. You grown ups might want to see Stephen K Amos headlining the last night in the big top at 7.30pm with support from Lucy Porter, Steve Hughes and Angelos Epithemiou, tickets £18.50+.

Monday: Set Up... Punchline Comedy debuts at a new venue, the Archangel in Kensington tonight with the lovely Nat Lurseema on the bill. Hope she brings the By Myself Book with her. Free entry!

Tuesday: Hoopla return to the Miller with Stand Up For The First Time and you can spend all your pennies on laughing juice because entry is free.

Wednesday: Michael Legge brings Los Quatros C**nts to Shoreditch Town Hall for Scipmylo Festival. Please bring the ducky jumper, Michael. Tickets £12.

Thursday: Comedy songs at the Comedy Cafe, including the wonderful Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Cafe, Shoreditch as part of Scipmylo Festival at 9pm, tickets £10.

Friday: A comedy wildcard for your Friday - Crack Comedy has moved one of its clubs to the Southbank, just behind the London Eye. The triple bill tonight promises, sketch comedy from The Noise Next Door, plus stand up from Dave Hill and Steve N Allen.

Saturday: East Dulwich Comedy presents Bridget Christie (as herself, the ant or the weed?), Liam Mullone and Michael Legge (whose Edinburgh show, Curse Sir Walter Raleigh is coming to Leicester Square Theatre lounge shortly) at the Hob, 9pm, tickets £9.

Tip us off to intelligent, alternative, friendly comedy gigs, clubs and shows around London: Photo by daveograve@ via the Londonist Flickrpool

Last Updated 10 September 2011