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Went on a Tuesday evening. Worth getting there early to get your preferred seat and there is a bar and hot food. Even on a Tuesday night it was full. The host was OK his speciality was focused on picking on the audience which not...More
The Comedy store give an illusion that you're getting the best in UK comedy. Pictures on the wall of Michael Mcintyre, Kevin Bridges, Jimmy Carr and Peter Kay when they performed there. I'm sure they were all paid a fat sum of money for a...More
Decided to get a couple of tickets on a recently trip to London as an alternative to the cinema which we could do any old time. Our expectations weren’t particularly high but thought it would be something different to do. We were really pleasantly surprised,...More
We have been to the comedy store quite a few times usually to see the fantastic Improv Show by the wonderful Comedy Store Players. As always, the laughs were plentiful and the six of us in our group (including four first timers) had a great...More
I have been to this club many times over the years but have found the standards dropping somewhat, may be due to the amount of clubs opened in London and not enough quality Comedians to go around? I am all for newcomers getting a chance...More
So i booked tickets for myself and family for my mothers 60th Birthday. Myself, partner and 1 sister had been before so thought the rest of the family would enjoy it.
We got there early so got a drink and sat down. We was all...More
Date of experience: November 2018
2 Thank Njudkins
Kris T, General Manager at Comedy Store London Piccadilly Circus, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Two of the ladies in this group were repeatedly asked to stop talking during the show but still they persisted with their conversations even when it was becoming clear this was disrupting the enjoyment of other customers sitting around them. Yes, the ladies sitting in...More
Our first visit to the comedy store did not disappoint! Before booking the tickets I was little apprehensive as to whether or not we’d enjoy it as the acts weren’t people we were too familiar with.
We both loved it and would highly recommend it...More
Great night out. Raucous, basic, a real hoot. Varies from fall-off-chair funny to just laugh-a-minute, but either way a fantastic way to spend fun times with friends. Even if you have no idea who's on that night, it's worth the gamble.
Unfortunately, the skill and quick wit of the talented comedians was far outweighed by irritating management. For one, I heard the manager talking about sourcing drugs with one of the clients, which is not what you expect! The doormen seemed to have an obsession with...More
Date of experience: November 2018
2 Thank Lewis M
Kris T, General Manager at Comedy Store London Piccadilly Circus, responded to this reviewResponded 8 November 2018
This review bears no resemblance to the facts.
What you failed to mention is that you were talking during the show to the couple mentioned and disrupting the show for people around. You were asked on two separate occasions to stop talking and both times...More
Fantatic visit. Had drinks, bite to eat before the show started. Service was fast and the food was hot. Heard it had a good reputation, wasn’t far wrong!
Both really enjoyed it, would definitely recommend and return in a heart beat! All 6 acts were...More
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