Laugh out loud to some of the funniest shows, plays and musicals in the capital.
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You'll find plenty of top comedy shows and musicals in London, from fun-filled improvised musicals to award-winning West End shows.
London also hosts some of the world's best stand-up comedy, with top stand-up comedians from across the world performing here, including Michael McIntyre, Lee Mack, Russell Brand, Pam Ann and more.
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Chuckle along to the Tony Award-winning comedy musical, The Book of Mormon. Written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, this side-splitting show tells the story of two Mormon missionaries sent to a dangerous village in Uganda.
Expect the unexpected as The Play That Goes Wrong unfolds in London’s West End. The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society is performing its 1920s murder mystery, but the show doesn't quite go to plan for clumsy performers during two hours of laughs and mayhem.
Read More: The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre
Created with the help of magic legends Penn & Teller, the Mischief Theatre Company brings Magic Goes Wrong to the West End. Experiencea night of magic and illusion, and as always, expect the unexpected and a whole lot of mischief!
Catch the much-loved TV series as it's adapted for the London stage with Only Fools and Horses:The Musical. Written by Jim Sullivan and directed by Caroline Jay Ranger, the musical adaptation follows hapless Del Boy, his brother Rodney and Grandad in their working-class lives in Peckham.
Follow Juliet on a journey of personal discovery and self-confidence in fun-filled musical & Juliet at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Full of pop anthems, incredible sets and electrifying choreography, this entertaining West End musical retells Shakespeare’s classic tale of Romeo & Juliet, had Juliet been able to choose her own future.
Read More: & Juliet musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre