“One of the few truly great comedy clubs in the UK” – Ed Byrne

banana_cabaret_DSC_7155 David Vickers and his team have built a comedy club with a worldwide reputation amongst comedians and audience alike – justly recognised for it’s unpretentious, welcoming attitude, and its wonderful setting. Now entering its 33rd year, the Banana Cabaret has justifiably earn its status as one of the best places to catch the future of British Comedy.

Harry Hill, Al Murray – The Pub Landlord, John Moloney, Rich Hall, Adam Bloom, Jack Dee, Will Smith, Eddie Izzard, Catherine Tate, Rob Brydon, Omid Djalil & Frank Skinner – just to name a few – have all tickled audiences on these stages, in the vast Shakespearean Globe Theatre and Ballroom.

The Banana Cabaret continues to be the spring board for new and emerging comedians as well as a favourite with the established artists. Recent performers have included Perrier-winning Daniel Kitson, Marcus Brigstock & Stephen K Amos.

The Bedford is an iconic venue well known for being a cornerstone of London’s thriving live music, comedy and entertainment scenes.

About The Bedford

First built in 1931, it’s played host the best in the business from U2 to The Clash, James Bay to KT, Tunstall. Ed Sheeran was a regular performer and even recorded his first album there.

It’s currently undergoing a multi-million pound refurbishment to create an unrivalled pub, club, restaurant, live music and comedy venue with 15 stunning hotel rooms.

We can’t wait to be the very first promoter to play there during their soft opening fortnight. Come for dinner, stay for the show and party until 2am for an incredible evening. Find out more here.

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``This unusual venue is one of the finest in London.The club is held in high regard by the comics too,which means it almost invariably offers one of the strongest bills in town`` - Chortle
 at Banana Cabaret : Photo http://vivivi.co.uk/

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We now have limited booking available on both Fridays & Saturdays (click the book tickets above, first come first served). Doors open 7.30pm and food orders are taken til 8.15pm. Shows start at 9pm and finishes at approximately 11pm. Once the show is finished then the chairs and tables move back and you can dance ’til 2am to the DJs in the theatre.

``The Banana is my favourite club in London. A beautiful room,a savvy crowd with an intimate and uplifting atmosphere...hugely fun to play`` - Marcus Brigstock