King Gong Tickets

Comedy Store London
Haymarket House 1A Oxendon Street , London, SW1Y 4EE
Monday - 19:30
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Upcoming Performances

Today is Mon, 27 January 2020

More about King Gong

This genuinely is London’s most brutal open mic night. The show that’s launched a few careers and broken a thousand young comics’ hearts. The audience decides who survives as we take rollercoaster ride through the great, the good and the genuinely quite bizarre! 30 brand new acts attempt to survive for 5 minutes on the biggest stage in comedy while a merciless crowd either cheer them on or cuts them down in a hail of heckling
Heroes will be born, villains will be booed and through it all, one act will be victorious and crowned King Gong. Come down and watch the carnage.
“If you haven’t been yet, you must go. A great night out...” – Time Out

Suitable for 18+

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Comedy Store London

Haymarket House 1A Oxendon Street , London, SW1Y 4EE
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London’s Comedy Week offers everything from topical news-based comedy from The Cutting Edge (Tuesdays) team to the very best in Comedy Improv from The Comedy Store Players (Wednesdays & Sundays). Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening The Comedy Store offers The Best in Stand Up, classic stand up comedy featuring some of the finest comic talent from around the globe. The last Monday of every month sees the return of open mic talent search ‘king Gong.

We’ve come a long way since we first opened our doors in London on 19 May 1979 above a strip club in Soho! Nowadays, The Comedy Store experience is a far cry from the cramped conditions of The Gargoyle Club where comics were forced to change in a broom cupboard and relieve themselves in a sink!“Still the greatest and most influential comedy club on the planet. Six nights a week, sometimes seven. Who could ask for more?” Time Out