Award Winning Stand Up Comedy Since 2004
Comedy Carnival features an outstanding line-up of award-winning comedians every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We book the best comedians working in Britain from as far as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland and the USA.
It-s not easy to find shows you can count on for high-class entertainment - these nights always seem to manage it.”
TIME OUT LONDON
Award Winning Comedians
London’s world famous comedy scene attracts the best international comedy talent, with Comedy Carnival presenting some of the finest on offer.
Top comedians that have performed at the club include winners of the prestigious Perrier Award and the Time Out Comedy Award such as Russell Brand, Flight of the Conchords, Michael McIntyre, Jack Whitehall, Jim Jeffries, Sarah Millican, Andy Parsons, Adam Hills, Russell Kane, Micky Flanagan and Milton Jones to name a few.
Comedy Carnival's History
Comedy Carnival’s first show was in June 2004 when the club was a monthly showcase of antipodean stand up comedy. That year, the club featured Adam Hills, Rhys Darby, Jim Jeffries, Steve Hughes, Kitty Flanagan, Ben Hurley, Julia Morris and Jarred Christmas.
After the club hosted Flight of the Conchords in one of their few London appearances in 2005, the club’s roster was expanded to include broader international comedy talent, including Reginald D Hunter, Russell Brand, Stephen K Amos, Angelo Tsarouchas and Tom Stade.
In 2007, the comedy club went weekly and hosted shows featuring key British comedians such as Michael McIntyre, Rhod Gilbert, Russell Kane, Mark Watson, John Bishop and Andrew Maxwell.
Comedy Carnival focusses on what you are really there to enjoy; the comedy. The highest quality acts, guaranteed to bring the laughs, and have you wiping away tears and holding your sides. What more could you want?”
Design My Night, May 2015
Today, you can see the stars of Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week performing at the comedy club. Performers in recent years include Lee Nelson, Milton Jones, Jack Whitehall, Doc Brown, Sara Pascoe, Micky Flanagan, Glenn Wool, Kerry Godliman, Paul Chowdhry and Alun Cochrane.