Previews

David Mills
It's an unusually quiet week for comedy in London, giving fans and critics a chance to save their strength for some big arrivals in a couple of weeks such as Jack Whitehall, Miranda Hart and Russell... more
Ben Watt Tribute Act Stewart Lee
The comedy gods have smiled upon us. Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle is back again for a third series. Of course there is no god, comedy or otherwise, so let's just celebrate the return to television of... more
Mark Thomas
Some exciting big gigs this week. Tonight at the Palace Theatre the Last Leg trio of Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker appear in aid of the Centrepoint homelessness charity. More details... more
Moone Boy
I have to confess that I thought the second series of Moone Boy had already gone out. Maybe that's because co-writer and co-star Chris O'Dowd has become such a ubiquitous figure on the screen in... more
Arthur Smith
Nick Helm doesn't exactly like to make things easy for himself. Following the success of Uncle on BBC3 he is returning to the live arena with a vengeance. He has just announced that he is going to do... more
mike wozniak
This is a week when the supporting players take centre stage. Fans of C4's Man Down may recognise Mike Wozniak as Greg Davies' hapless accountant chum. Wozniak played a kind of straight man as the... more
Seann Walsh
Seann Walsh seems to have been earmarked for stardom from the moment he emerged, shaggy-haired and hyperactive, from the Brighton club scene in the late noughties, but after a bit of tinkering under... more
kurt braunohler
The exciting news earlier this month that the Mighty Boosh were to tour in 2014 was promptly quashed by the management but you can see half a Boosh tonight at the Soho Theatre when Julian Barratt... more
Rubberbandits
Following two sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre last year, Ireland's rap scalliwags The Rubberbandits don their plastic shopping bags and return to the scene of their rhymes in a few weeks with the... more
This is an exceptionally strong week when it comes to award-winning comedians who really are true masters of the stand-up art. Tommy Tiernan is first up, appearing at the Soho Theatre from... more

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