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Ardal O’Hanlon

To most people he is either the dim-witted priest Dougal from the forever classic Father Ted or the lead superhero with issues George Sunday in the ahead-of-its-time My Hero.

He is also a totally ace stand-up, if one it’s hard to find on stage, which makes this pair of London shows unmissable. The topic for this show? ‘Life Itself’. So expect his observational skills to roam far and wide. 

£17.50, Jul 12, 9pm & Jul 13, 7.45pm


Stephen K Amos: Is The Spokesman

The London funnyman has just completed a sell-out tour of Australia and New Zealand and returns to his hometown for his first show in the capital for more than two years. He’s a master performer, his wry observational humour pin-point sharp. And this is his only show of the year in London, too, so don’t miss. 

£15.50, Jun 21, 9pm

Simon Munnery: Fylm-Makker

Munnery’s show is created and performed live on screen featuring sketches, music, comedy and wild-flowing creativity in abundance. 

£12.50, Jun 8, 7.45pm


Al Murray: The Pub Landlord’s Southbank Saloon

The Pub Landlord is a divisive figure in the comedy world – a character creation espousing ‘British empire’ pub philosophies, his satire is shrewd and sharp, but do the laughs come from the people it satirises or the gags themselves?

Despite this debate (we sit on the former), he’s always hilarious, and his new saloon comes into town for three nights only here on the South Bank.

So get the beers in (or glass of white wine for the lady) and enjoy not just Murray and his views on the French (you can guess), but also his host of special guest variety acts that will be joining him on the stage, drawn from the worlds of comedy, cabaret and music. 

£12.50, Jul 6, 13 & 20, 9.15pm

Richard Herring

Herring (above) has been out on the road with his retooled Talking Cock show, a male riposte to The Vagina Monolgues. But here, he’s working on a new show, so you’ll be the first to see his new material.

Variously touted as one of the UK’s most prolific comedians,a podcast legend (download Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast and try it on for size on the way to work, you’ll see) and was once even proclaimed the ‘King of Edinburgh’ for his standout stand-up at the Fringe. One of the finest.

£15.50, Jul 3, 9pm

Andy Zaltzman: Political Animal

This monthly show at the big upturned purple cow is led by the crazy-haired Zaltzman as he, and usually some accomplices, look through the hyprocrisy and downright unbalanced world that we live in.

It’s putting the world to rights, with laughs, intelligence and integrity, and will quite probably make you want to get up out of your chair and affect some change.

Apr 25, Jun 13, Jul 11, 9pm


Photos: Getty; Idil Sukan Draw


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