Special Events

Six of the Best in aid of ADCAF

03 Nov 2014

Tickets £20/£15 Concession

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The Abandoned and Destitute Children's Appeal Fund (ADCAF) currently funds the housing, care, education and medical care of some 400 children in Mumbai and in Kerala in Southern India. Projects supported by the Charity include:

The Sunrise Children's Home and the City Mission in Mumbai, which together provide for the housing and education for some 150 orphaned and abandoned girls and boys aged between 2 and 16.

The Agape Children's Home in Kerala, which provides a home, and education for orphaned and abandoned children.

A project set up in a leprosy and AIDS clinic in Mumbai, to provide education, clothing and support for the children of parents suffering from these diseases.

None of the trustees reclaim any expenses that they incur in administering the Charity. They pay for their own administration costs, so that every penny collected is used in full for the benefit of the children.

MC John Moloney, Al Murray, The Raymond and Mr Timpkins Revue, Fred Macaulay, Wayne Deakin, Zoe Lyons, Alistair Barrie.

Doors open from 6.30pm - Happy Hour at the bar 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

Stand Up for Women

15 Nov 2014

Tickets £18/£13 Concession

Stand Up for Women

 Jenny Eclair, Lucy Porter, Luisa Omielan, Shazia Mirza and a host of other comedians are standing up for women.

Stand Up For Women is the 'Comic Relief' for women's charities - raising awareness and funds for organisations like Women's Aid, Rape Crises and many more. 
Joing us for an afternoon of gut-busting laughter and support a great cause too!

Purchase a Premium Seat and not only get the best seats in the house, but also get cake & luvverly bubberly included.

Doors open from 1pm - Happy Hour at the bar 1pm-2pm.




17 Nov 2014

Tickets £15/£10 Concession


Neil Mullarkey (of the Comedy Store Players), in the guise of L. Vaughan Spencer, pays a tongue-in-cheek homage to self-help gurus, lifestyle coaches and motivational speakers.  “Don’t Be Needy, Be Succeedy” is a hilarious evening’s entertainment where L. Vaughan Spencer leads his audience on a voyage of self-discovery as they take their first steps to becoming Succeeders© (check out   In L. Vaughan Spencer, Neil Mullarkey has invented a comedy creation to rival the likes of The Pub Landlord and Alan Partridge.  The show has played to great acclaim including a run at the Edinburgh Festival (where it won the Fringe Report Award for Best Satire).  L-Vo (as he likes to be known in a J-Lo kinda way) is also much in demand at corporate conferences in the UK and abroad. Audiences love to see the whole cheesy charade sent up by the cavorting Gangsta Motivator in his pony-tail and rust-coloured suit.

Taster video at

Neil Mullarkey's many credits include Austin Powers movies (Goldmember andInternational Man of Mystery), I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, Whose Line Is It Anyway, QI, Have I Got News for You. More at

“One of the most respected, gifted performers on the circuit. L. Vaughan Spencer has considerable mileage; full of quasi-fascistic psychobabble, he delivers some brilliantly breathless raps.  Spencer does for motivational tree-hugging what Al  Murray’s Pub Landlord does for tin-pot barmen, twisting language until the laughs cascade. If Spencer is at one with his hair, Mullarkey is certainly at one with his craft. Eerily life-enhancing comedy.”   LONDON EVENING STANDARD

“L. Vaughan Spencer is to life coaching what Alan Partridge is to  broadcasting. Neil Mullarkey is a very funny man indeed.” METRO

This is the farewell performance of the show so don't miss it! Visit

Doors open from 6.30pm - Happy Hour at the bar 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

Jingle Balls to Homelessness

01 Dec 2014

Tickets £20

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Doors open from 6.30pm - Happy Hour at the bar 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

New Year’s Eve Stand Up Show

31 Dec 2014

Tickets £59 - Early Bird Offer £49


Celebrate the arrival of 2015 at The Comedy Store in London with  our very special New Year's Eve Stand Up Comedy Show featuring MC Stephen Grant, Prince Abdi, Jarred Christmas, Romesh Ranganathan, Pete Johansson, The Noise Next Door plus special guest.  The party continues after the show with a fantastic DJ club night.

Doors open from 6.30pm - Happy Hour at the bar 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

STAND UP 4 STAND UP Benefit for comedy support act uk benevolent fund

19 Jan 2015

Tickets £20/£17 Concession

Comedy Support Act UK benevolent fund

Set up by professional stand up comics for professional stand up comics. 

Funded by benefit shows throughout the UK, the aim is to provide emergency funds and assistance to professional stand up comics who find themselves in financial hardship through serious illness or accident, and to give support by providing links to other professional and relevant organisations in time of need.

MC Dave Johns, Alan Davies, Millton Jones, Phill Jupitus, Marcus Brigstocke, Stephen K Amos, Zoe Lyons, Sara Pascoe, Dana Alexander, Nick Helm, Brennan Reece, Raymond & Mr Timpkins Revue.

Doors open from 6.30pm - Happy Hour at the bar 6.30pm - 7.30pm.