The Covent Garden Comedy Tickets

11 The Arches, Off Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
Running Time TBC
Running Since Sat, 25 May 2019
Booking Until Sat, 30 May 2020
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Friday - 20:00
Saturday - 20:00
Sunday - -

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Seating is theatre-style, seats are pre-allocated and reserved for you until you arrive. 
Show starts at 8.00pm, Doors open at 7.30pm.
Age recommendation: 14+ with valid ID. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. 

More about The Covent Garden Comedy

The Covent Garden Comedy Club @ Heaven is celebrating 17 years of making London laugh in 2019 and is the biggest and most successful independent comedy club in Central London with the best acts in the business. We only book the best comedians from the international circuit, many of whom are stars of television. The comedians only perform at the club a few times a year to ensure every show is different. There are 3-4 comedians and a compere in each show.
Every Comedy ticket includes free entry to Mabel's - a modern classy club located on Maiden Lane, a 5 minute walk away, just off The Strand.
Collect your Mabel's voucher on the way out of the Comedy Show to gain free entrance and a free shot upon arrival. Private areas can be reserved at Mabel's, please contact us for info. Mabel's is a strictly 18+ venue, the dress code is smart casual – trainers are fine. 


Friday 3rd January– Jon Pearson MC, Ninia Benjamin, Andrew Lawrence, Ben Robson, Dave Fensome

Saturday 4th January– Jon Pearson MC, Ninia Benjamin, Andrew Lawrence, Andy Steadman

Friday 10th January– Danny Ward MC, Markus Birdman, Sindhu Vee, Dinesh Nathan, William Stone

Saturday 11th January– Danny Ward MC, Markus Birdman, Roger Monkhouse, Sindhu Vee

Friday 17th January– Susan Murray MC, David Haddingham, Nathan Caton, Ali Woods, Maggie Kowalski

Saturday 18th January– Susan Murray, David Haddingham, Nathan Caton, Brendan Dempsey

Friday 24th January– Ria Lina MC, John Ryan, Stefano Paolini, Vlad Ilich, Fiona Ridgewell

Saturday 25th January– Ria Lina MC, John Ryan, Stefano Paolini, Tom Deacon


Saturday 1st February– TBC

Friday 7th February– TBC

Saturday 8th February– TBC

Friday 14th February– TBC

Saturday 15th February– TBC

Friday 21st February– TBC

Friday 28th February– TBC

Saturday 29th February- TBC

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11 The Arches, Off Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
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London clubland in the 1970s was a fairly dismal place. It compared very unfavourably with New York and many European cities and the concept of ‘clubbing’ as we understand the term today simply did not exist.

To that end a group of innovative characters got together and took over the site that was a run down old roller disco called Global Village and in December 1979 Heaven opened its doors for the first time. It was timed perfectly. Six months earlier Mrs Thatcher had been elected and an era began that saw unemployment rise to levels last seen in the 1930s. The sense of decay and gloom was palpable. The ‘Swinging London’ of the 1960s a distant memory. London needed a splash of colour & flamboyance to counter balance the otherwise grey monochrome that was the reality of the British capital.

Heaven was the brainchild of Jeremy Norman, responsible for the Embassy club, and which was seen as the nearest London had to Studio 54 in new york. Heaven quickly became the focal point for what had until then been a fairly understated gay scene that hitherto had been based in small hidden cellar bars or pub discos. When Heaven opened its doors in 1979 only 12 years had elapsed since the decriminalisation of homosexuality and at the time there was still a lot of overt prejudice against gay men & lesbians. Heaven bore the brunt of some of that intolerance and in those days was regarded warily by the authorities.

It did however establish itself as a club venue that constantly re-invented itself. Its long standing creative director and general manager David Inches ensured that it never grew tired and always had a bookings policy that set it apart from its rivals. Not just gay club events either. Over the years nights such as ‘Bedrock’ ‘Pyramid’, ‘ Shoom’, ‘Rage’, ‘Megatripolis’ amongst many others all attracted a predominantly straight crowd for whom Heaven represented a delicious step into the decadent unknown.

There were periodic live shows featuring bands who fancied playing an off the wall venue rather than the usual spit and sawdust live music venues. New Order played their first London show here in 1981. Barely six months earlier, when they had been called Joy Division their lead singer Ian Curtis had committed suicide. The renamed band minus Curtis had much to prove. Their London show 33 years ago has since passed into legend.