Previews

Andrew Maxwell
Dubliner Andrew Maxwell has lived in London for 20 years and to mark the occasion he has decided to do a tour of his adopted city. It’s not a big tour, running to just three more dates over the next... more
A lot of comedy to get through this week so I’ll cut to the chase. From Monday night Marcus Brigstocke brings his latest show, Je M’Accuse to the Soho Theatre. Brigstocke is usually passionately... more
Bobby Mair
It’s Canadians week at the Soho Theatre. From Tuesday night Glenn Wool brings a selection of his favourite jokes to the theatre. He was supposed to have been supported by Frankie Boyle but the... more
David Baddiel
The Edinburgh Fringe’s traditional 60-minute format means that shows often feel as if they have been crammed into one hour. So I’m looking forward to seeing the extended version of David Baddiel’s... more
I’ve always been partial to a bit of art, I’ve always been partial to a bit of comedy and I’ve always been partial to a freebie, so Fancy Meeting You Here is right up my street. This is a free roving... more
Katherine Ryan
Some truly interesting comedy for you this week. Adam Buxton is at the Duchess Theatre for five nights from April 21 as part of the two-week Invisible Dot season, with his acclaimed show Kernel... more
John Robertson
When John Robertson was at school in Perth, Australia, he was voted “person most likely to start a cult”. Well it looks as if his classmates were right. A couple of years ago Robertson was doing a... more
Spoken Nerd
Decisions, decisions. I’ve got one of those horrible dilemmas this Wednesday when two tantalising gigs clash. And what makes it more frustrating is that they are taking place a two-minute walk from... more
The Guess List
On Fridays Rob Brydon is currently quoting Shelley and Byron, on Saturdays he is indulging in the poetry of the shiny-floored game show. The Guess List, which is a pleasure to review, is the kind of... more
Tony Law
After a bit of a lull there are some great gigs in London this week. So many, in fact, that BTJ has already written about the first one, One Night Stanshall, which pays tribute to legendary British... more

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