Preview: November Comedy Guide

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Oct 29 - Nov 1  David Baddiel - South Bank Centre, SE1. Fame: Not The Musical comes to London.

Oct 29 - Nov 10 Andrew Maxwell - Soho Theatre, W1. Impish Irishman's new show, Banana Kingdom. 

Nov 1 Dave Spikey - Leicester Square Theatre, WC2. Phoenix Nights punsmith. 

Nov 1 - Nov 2 Jason Byrne - Bloomsbury Theatre, WC1. Forget Father Figure, Byrne is usually on fire on stage.

Nov 2 - Nov 3 - Greenwich Comedy Festival inc Alexei Sayle, Josie Long, Mark Watson. All-star South London festival.

Nov 4 - Jan 19 2014 Stewart Lee - Leicester Square Theatre, WC2. Subversive icon returns to the capital.

Nov 4 - Nov 9 James Acaster - Soho Theatre, W1. Foster's Award nominated set, Lawnmower, complete with Yoko Ono routine.

Nov 5 - Dec 7 Bridget Christie - Soho Theatre, W1. Foster's Award winner shows that feminism really can be funny.

Nov 8 – Bo Burnham - Leicester Square Theatre, WC2. Musical comedy wunderkind with latest show, What.

Nov 8 - Nov 9 Nick Helm - Bloomsbury Theatre, WC1. Full-on fun from the self-styled One Man Mega Myth.

Nov 13 - Jan 5 2014 Edna Everage - Palladium, W1. Farewell tour from the veteran housewife superstar.

Nov 12 - Nov 16 Nov Edward Aczel - Soho Theatre, W1. Anti-comedy masterclass.

Nov 14 - Nov 23 Frank Skinner - Soho Theatre, W1. Black Country banter from Room 101 host.

Nov 16 Hal Cruttenden - Leicester Square Theatre, WC2. Posh comedy mixes angst and anger.

Nov 25 - Nov 30 Alex Horne - Soho Theatre, W1. Horne Section wordsmith does his solo show. 

Nov 29 Bill Bailey - Wembley Arena. Qualmpeddler Deluxe - Animal-loving Bailey in Arena mode.

Nov 29 - Nov 30 Reginald D Hunter – Hammersmith Apollo, W6. Controversial comedian with more provocative reflections.

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