Sunday 25 November: Amused Moose has a ton of comedians for a fiver at the Albany on Great Portland Street (we thought their comedy venue had closed down but we're happy to be corrected): Ian Smith, Joel Dommett, Naz Osmanoglu, Luke Benson, Sanderson Jones, Laura Carr and more (7.30pm).
Monday 26 November: Rob Newman and Lucy Porter are inducted into the Alternative Memorial Comedy Society at the Soho Theatre, alongside Adam Larter, Thom Tuck, Alexis Dubus, Steve Pretty and lots of others (8pm, £12.50 / £8).
Tuesday 27 November: Still at the Soho Theatre, Sara Pascoe's doing her Edinburgh show this week. It's a musical without the singing. Or music (7.30pm, £10-£12.50).
Wednesday 28 November: There a couple of tickets for Mark Watson preparing his new show about identity theft tonight at the Leicester Square Theatre – more available for Thursday (7.30pm, £15).
Thursday 29 November: Ross Noble (pictured) starts a three night run at the Hammersmith Apollo. Experience the man who never knowingly misses a tangent or pauses for breath (8pm, from £25).
Friday 30 November: Get a mash-up of comedy and hip-hop at Rich Mix, as Doc Brown hosts Dong with Marlon Davis, Michelle De Swarte, Fergus Craig, Rob Carter and Hobbit. Radio 1 is recording this show for a Christmas special (8pm, free but you're advised to book).
Saturday 1 December: We loved Adam Hills on The Last Leg during the Paralympics. It was good to see him as something other than a panel show guest. Catch him tonight and tomorrow in full flow at the Pleasance (8pm, £10).