Our forthcoming London dates are listed below for your viewing pleasure.
Please note, our Old Queen’s Head theatricals have frequently been known to sell out, and we only hold limited tickets on the door, so we heartily recommend you reserve your seats in advance through WeGotTickets.
For all our Leicester Square Theatre shows, please purchase your tickets from the theatre’s online box office or call 020 7734 2222.
Monday 11th May, 8pm, The Old Queen’s Head ~ book here.
Saturday 16th May, 8pm, The Camden Head, Angel ~ details here.
Sunday 24th May, 5pm, Leicester Square Theatre ~ book here.
Monday 8th June, 8pm, The Old Queen’s Head ~ book here.
Thursday 18th June, 9pm, Udderbelly at Southbank Centre ~ book here.
Wednesday 1st July, 9pm, Udderbelly at Southbank Centre ~ book here.
Monday 6th July (to be confirmed), 8pm, The Old Queen’s Head ~ book here.
Wednesday 15th July, 9pm, Udderbelly at Southbank Centre ~ book here.
Wednesday 22nd July, 7:30pm, Backyard Comedy Club, alongside our dear friends, Festival of the Spoken Nerd, with kind support from Professor Elemental ~ book here.
Payment: Tickets for our Old Queen’s Head shows are £6.50 in advance. You can pay on the door (£7), but we very rarely have space, so we highly recommend booking online.
Leicester Square Theatre shows can be bought in advance using the provided links, or can be purchased on the door.
Austentatious Presents… at The Wheatsheaf is £5 and tickets may be bought on the door.
Times and seats: Please do arrive in good time. At our Old Queen’s Head and Wheatsheaf shows in particular, we often run low on seats; the last to arrive may have to sit on the (actually rather comfortable) tables at the back.
Leicester Square Theatre is in the heart of our Capital’s exciting West End. A short walk from Leicester Square tube station on both the Northern & Piccadilly lines.
The Wheatsheaf on Rathbone Place is just off Oxford Street, near Tottenham Court Road station. A delightful pub that serves food & beverages, it is not on the grand scale, so we highly recommend booking a seat to ensure a view worthy of one’s travels. There is a map, if you would be so kind as to ‘click’ here.