December – What’s on?

Escape from the fickle festive fervour this December and join our comic community for an evening of laughs. It’s back to brilliant basics on Monday night where’ve had some great shows recently, thanks for all the reviews on Google.

Quick highlights:

  • Our venue has changed name, now The Coach House, formerly The Comedy Pub. Same staff and great vibes.
  • Are some of your friends Key Workers? Tell them to check their intranet for our special discount as a thank you for their valuable work.
  • Tshirt giveaways and an opportunity to develop your comedy career.

See all our shows on the calendar or click the buttons below for ticket purchase.

Monday nights – The Comedy Pub, 7 Oxendon Street, SW1Y 4EE

Fun for Key Workers

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We’re proud to continue offering discount ticket to Key Workers and NHS staff. It’s something we’ve been doing for most of 2022 and since the NHS told us recently we’re the only comedy club in London offering that, we want you’re help spreading the word.

Tell your Key Worker friends, ask them to check their workplace intranet for a code from Groovie Comedy so they can take advantage of the discounted tickets. Just our little thank you for their invaluable work.

Monday night stand up comedy

Mills us to laugh

Sarah Mills cutting wit and inspirational story of survival has won awards and applause. Butter us bitter with Valeri Miconi the confused misanthrope with anger issues.

Barke up the wrong Jones

Lyle Barke the seasoned sensation and Peter Jones the Aussie from TV.

Ben to the club recently?

Everything seems so bizarre through the eyes of Ben Harrington. Henry Ginsberg serves up the delightful shocking laughs.

Two sides of a dodecahedron

With such different styles, Emmanuel Paul and Phil Zimmerman will have you flipping a coin to decide who’s funnier.

Hangover cure

Get your year started with some fresh laughs, featuring Sam Roulston.

Groovy or GrooVIE?

Groovy (or, less commonly, groovie or groovey) is a slang colloquialism popular during the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. It is roughly synonymous with words such as “excellent”, “fashionable”, or “amazing”, depending on context. It was actually Romanian comedian, producer and actor Dragos Mostenesçu gave us that spelling.

Vie in French = life

GrooVIE …comedy is a way of life.

T-Shirt giveaway

We are giving away 2 Groovie T shirts for audience members who do a social media post tagging us and leave as a review.

Review us on Google Business or our Facebook page.

Opportunity to develop your comedy career

We are also offering 1 performer a chance to do personal and professional growth with couple of personal change and career experts. They need to email their goals and why they think they’d be suitable subject…

Thanks so much for reading, see you at a show soon. Enjoy laughter, be Groovie.

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