Horne again... | Alex's band and the rest of this week's best live comedy

Horne again...

Alex's band and the rest of this week's best live comedy

The best of the week's live comedy, picked from the more than 7,000 events Chortle currently has listed. Use our search panel to check our full listings by date and region.

Tuesday March 5

LONDON: Michelle Wolf, who made international headlines when roasting members of Donald Trump's administration at the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner - begins a five-night run at Leicester Square Theatre. Her last stand-up special, It’s Great to Be Here, was released as three 30-minute episodes on Netflix in September.

LONDON: Camden Beer Hall hosts Women Are(n't) Funny - an all-female comedy night in aid of Refuge featuring the likes of Esther Manito, Fatiha El-Ghorri, Harriet Kemsley and Tiff Stevenson.

Wednesday March 6

CAMBRIDGE: Taskmaster creator Alex Horne and his band The Horne Section - 'five outstanding musicians and one non-musical stand-up' - start a tour of their Hit Show at the Junction, promising new songs, party games, and a lot of mucking about. The Horne ​ Section tour dates.

Thursday March 7

LONDON: Underbelly's London Comedy Allstars nights are back at the venue's new permanent Soho venue, Underbelly Boulevard. Tonight's fine line-up comprises Garrett Millerick, Paddy Young, Pierre Novellie and Sara Barron

Friday March 8

LONDON: Taiwanese-born, Japanese-raised, LA-based comedian Atsuko Okatsuka, named one of Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch in 2022 and the second Asian American Woman to have a standup special on HBO, performs two nights at the Hackney Empire

. LONDON: And just down the road at Earth, Guz Khan leads a fine line-up that also boasts Jordan Gray, Sophie Duker, Jacob Hawley and Priya Hall

Saturday March 9

BROMLEY: John Bishop embarks on his first tour in two years, Back At It, at the Churchill Theatre. In his time away, he has hosted the Three Little Words podcast and performed in the Mother Goose pantomime opposite Sir Ian Kellan. John ​Bishop tour dates.

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Published: 3 Mar 2024

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