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New Years Eve Comedy Leicester Square

New Years Eve Comedy

Celebrate New Year's Eve 2017 in London this year with Comedy Carnival in Central London. Book tickets online to see Britain's most talented comedians with a fantastic club night afterwards.

Our New Year's Eve comedy shows always feature London's very best stand up comedians. Last year's show featured Mock The Week star Ian Stone, the award-winning Felicity Ward, Live At The Apollo star Paul Chowdhry and the dark humoured Diane Spencer as MC.

Had a fantastic night on New Year's Eve at Comedy Carnival in Bar Rumba. The comedians were top flight and hilarious, the atmosphere at the venue was great and the format of the evening was ideal. I thoroughly recommend this for a great night out.”

TripAdvisor, January 2015

Show Only ticket £35 per person

Book seated tickets for the comedy show only, from 8pm - 10pm. Entry from 7pm until 10pm only.

Show & Nightclub £50 per person

Book seated tickets for the comedy show plus night club afterwards. Entry from 7pm for the whole night until 5am.

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Secure online booking with Eventbrite. Fees of £1.20 - £1.95 per ticket apply.
New Years Eve Comedy Show

Venue Information

Bar Rumba is located on Shaftesbury Avenue in Central London, W1D 7EP, off Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.

The club's doors open at 7pm. The show starts at 8pm, with Comedy Carnival entertaining you until 10pm. After the show, Bar Rumba's club night continues until 5am.

Location and Travel Info

A great New Year's Eve night out

If you want to celebrate the coming of 2018 with some brilliant New Year's Eve comedy, then look no further. Our December 31st London shows always make for a top New Year's Eve night out, which you and your friends will remember for a long time.

Last year, Comedy Carnival was one of London's busiest New Year's Eve nights out, so we strongly recommend booking your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.