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Comedy Preview: Do The Right Thing @ The Phoenix

Comedy Preview: Do The Right Thing @ The Phoenix

See the panel show podcast recorded. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Comedy Preview: Greenwich Comedy Festival

Comedy Preview: Greenwich Comedy Festival

Dylan Moran, Reginald D Hunter, Isy Suttie and Jerry Sadowitz among those bringing the funny to SE London. | By Rachel Holdsworth
A Guide To Watching Live Comedy In London

A Guide To Watching Live Comedy In London

Don't know your improv from your stand up? | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 17-23 June

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 17-23 June

Our pick of this week's shows and Edinburgh previews, including Holly Walsh, Matthew Crosby, Josie Long and Andrew Maxwell. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 10-16 June

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 10-16 June

Our pick of this week's comedy gigs, including Grainne Maguire, Greg Proops and a quest for genius. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London's Edinburgh Fringe Previews

London's Edinburgh Fringe Previews

Edinburgh bound comedy shows being road tested in London | By AndrewT
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 3-9 June

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 3-9 June

Where to find funny this week: Pappy's, Marcel Lucont, Sheeps and Eleanor Conway's Comedy Rumble. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Festival Preview: Applecart 2012

Festival Preview: Applecart 2012

Have a laid back Sunday without compromising on the music. | By Dave Newbury
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 27 May-2 June

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 27 May-2 June

Our pick of this week's comedy gigs, including Tim Key, Josie Long, Harry Hill and Nick Sun. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Late Night Stand Up @ Soho Theatre's Comedy Bonk

Late Night Stand Up @ Soho Theatre's Comedy Bonk

Late laughs with Chris Dangerfield, Lloyd Griffith and Greg Burns. | By AndrewT
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 20-26 May

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 20-26 May

Our pick of next week's gigs, including Humphrey Ker, Austentatious, Andrew Lawrence and Frankie Boyle. | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 13-19 May

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 13-19 May

Our pick of this week's comedy gigs, including Ed Byrne, Simon Munnery, Richard Herring and Gemma Arrowsmith | By Rachel Holdsworth
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 6-12 May

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 6-12 May

Really lovely comedy, Improvathon 2012, comedy crushes and Londonist favourites | By Lindsey
Comedy Preview: Domestic Science / Festival Of The Spoken Nerd

Comedy Preview: Domestic Science / Festival Of The Spoken Nerd

Geek comedy in small and big venues. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Comedy Review: Hannibal Buress @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Hannibal Buress @ Soho Theatre

Laid back comedy with killer punchlines | By AndrewT
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 29 April-5 May

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 29 April-5 May

Where to find funny this week: Gina Yashere, Pappy's, Cardinal Burns and some Domestic Science. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Comedy Review: Bridget Christie: Housewife Surrealist @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Bridget Christie: Housewife Surrealist @ Soho Theatre

Is this the least surreal show ever? | By Franco Milazzo
Comedy Review: Late Night Gimp Fight @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Late Night Gimp Fight @ Soho Theatre

Lots of dick jokes, but inventive and fun. | By Joelg
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 22-28 April

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 22-28 April

Two lots of Tony Law, 1950s comedy, new material and impro | By Lindsey
Comedy Preview: Comedy Bonk @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Preview: Comedy Bonk @ Soho Theatre

Tony Law headlines a cracking late line-up for laughs | By AndrewT

Comedy Preview: Invisible Dot New Wave @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Adam Riches and Jonny Sweet headline a fantastic comedy tour. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Comedy Review: Pam Ann ‘You F’Coffee’ @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Comedy Review: Pam Ann ‘You F’Coffee’ @ Bloomsbury Theatre

Prepare cabin doors for some outrageous audience interaction. | By AndrewT
Comedy Review: Ava Vidal Goes Dutch @ Soho Theatre

Comedy Review: Ava Vidal Goes Dutch @ Soho Theatre

An assured performer with impeccable timing and explosive punchlines. | By Londonist
London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 8-14 April

London Stand Up And Sketch Comedy: 8-14 April

Where to find funny this week: Sara Pascoe, Miles Jupp, Ava Vidal, Tony Law, Humphrey Ker and some lessons. | By Rachel Holdsworth