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Judith Lucy: Nothing Fancy

The Aussie comedian with 20 years of writing, performing and making people laugh themselves to death, returns to London with Nothing Fancy, which is, as the name suggests, unabashed, pure, straightforward one-woman-and-a-mic stand-up.

Nov 19-Dec 1, 9pm
W1D 3NE
Tube | Oxford Circus
sohotheatre.com

 

Mark Little: The Bullshit Artist

Back with a new show, which he tested earlier this year in London before taking it up to the Fringe, Mark Little (Joe Mangel from Neighbours to a generation of Aussie soap aficionados) returns to the stand-up stage to reflect on the younger generation, why intellect became taboo, and to generally illustrate where and how the world could be pointed back in a better direction. It’ll be warm, humorous, intelligent and full of his easy-going charm.

Nov 10, 8pm, £16
WC1H 0AH 
Tube | Euston Square 
thebloomsbury.com

Brendon Burns: Home Stretch Baby

The former rock ‘n’ roll comic embraces the advent of middle age.

Nov 12-17, 9.30pm, £10+
W1D 3NE 
Tube | Oxford Circus
sohotheatre.com

The Boy With Tape on his Face

Kiwi Sam Wills brings his hit mime and prop show to the London stage for a three-week run – the loudest jokes are not always the best.

Dec 18-Jan 5, 7.30pm, £20
Duchess Theatre, WC2B 5LA
Tube | Covent Garden
nimaxtheatres.com

 

Alexei Sayle

The Marxist scouser who spearheaded the alt-comedy scene in the Eighties (and fought with The Young Ones compatriot Ben Elton remorselessly) returns to stand-up after 16 years.

He eased back into it with a series of low key  Presents... type shows at the start of this year, and has been out on the road of late testing new material around the country for this London stint. All hail the return of the king!

Jan 21-Feb 9 (not Jan 27 & 28, Feb 3 & 4), 7.30pm
W1D 3NE, £15+ 
Tube | Oxford Circus
sohotheatre.com

Chris Tucker

The man who, along with Jackie Chan, made Rush Hour an unexpected movieland hit, returned to the stand-up stage from which he began his career last year and continues his world tour at the Apollo.

As anyone who saw his grating turn in Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element sci-fi turkey can testify, Tucker has a shouty, loud and totally unavoidable presence, which he will no doubt thrust in the face of the restrained and reserved British audience.

Michael McIntyre this is not.

Nov 24 & 25, 7pm, £39
W6 9QH 
Tube | Hammersmith
hammersmithapollo.net

 

Read more: London comedy – Brand new kick-ass season of live comedy will blow away the winter blues

 

Photos: Getty; Andrew McColl; ShotgunPictures


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