When we put together our comedy clubs, we genuinely believe that the venue is just as important as the line up that we have for any given show. Our venues are hand picked by our team who look at everything, from how the seating will be arranged to the acoustics, from the excellent service we expect for our customers to the ambience that the room can create……oh, and of course how extensive the drinks menu is and how much booze you can get for your buck!
We have Comedy Clubs in a number of areas and we’ll continue to grow our footprint to bring more laughs to more people.
We’ll look forward to seeing you soon at one of our excellent venues for laughing, drinking and general merriment!
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Dartford - Orchard Theatre, Home Gardens, Dartford, DA1 1ED
The Orchard Theatre is conveniently located in the heart of Dartford’s town centre and attracts the latest and most sought after touring productions in the UK. We offer a range of entertainment from leading West End musicals, top comedians, bands, dramas, dance, classical music and opera. And of course, our ever popular annual pantomimes.
Dartford has been a busy market town with a rich history since the Romans. It plays host to a very popular and vibrant twice-weekly market within the town centre.
The Orchard Theatre was officially opened on the 14th April 1983 by His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent and quickly gained a reputation as one of the country’s premier venues presenting a remarkable range of entertainment. Since opening, The Orchard Theatre has enjoyed incredible success by opening its doors to some of the biggest and most respected names in the fields of arts and entertainment.
Guildford - G Live, London Road, Guildford. GU1 2AA
A state-of-the-art entertainment venue located in the heart of Guildford. Operated by HQ Theatres & Hospitality, which provides quality entertainment at venues across the south of England. HQ Theatres is part of the Qdos Entertainment group.
Their programme includes extensive live music gigs as well as a wide range of comedy, classical music, family shows and dance, ensuring there is something to suit all tastes.
Guildford - The Back Room, The Star Inn, Quarry Street, Guildford, GU1 3TY
The Star, in the heart of Guildford, has been entertaining the people of the town for more than 400 years and is proudly continuing that tradition as the area’s longest-running live music venue.
Close to the vibrant shopping district, river and Guildford Castle, the 16th century pub is split over three levels and has been refurbished to the highest standards while maintaining many historic features.
The White Rock Theatre is a 1,066 seat venue in Hastings and is home to some of the best live music and entertainment in East Sussex.
Originally the ‘East Sussex Hospital’, the building was replaced with the White Rock Pavilion which was opened by Edward, Prince of Wales in April 1927. It was built for the Hastings Municipal Orchestra. The pavilion underwent a further re-modification in 1937 and again in 1985 when it was renamed the White Rock Theatre.
Situated in a commanding position on the Hastings shoreline the White Rock Theatre is the perfect concert and theatre venue, with a recently-refurbished, sea-view Café Bar. The Theatre’s programme is varied and includes one night concerts, musicals, drama and an annual pantomime.
The ideal venue for meetings, rehearsals, workshops, conferences, parties, celebrations and more, the White Rock Theatre offers a range of spaces that can be adapted to suit your requirements, from one-to-one meetings to large seminars and birthday celebrations to community events.
The Sussex Hall encompasses a multi-functional and versatile space equipped with sound and lighting, a large area for projection, fully licenced bar and sprung dance floor. The Sussex Hall is the idea venue to hold your conference, celebration rehearsal or performance.
Watford Colosseum is a 1,309 seat venue in the heart of Watford and is home to the best live music and entertainment outside London.
Watford Colosseum was built in 1938 as the Watford Town Hall Assembly Rooms to the design of architect Charles Cowles-Voysey and acoustician Hope Bagenal. Bagenal’s other acoustic projects include the refurbishment of the Royal Albert Hall and the construction of the Royal Festival Hall.
We are always on the hunt for new venues so if you spot a venue that doesn’t have a club but you think it should have one then please let us know. We are looking for venues any where in the UK so if you are in need of a good laugh but your town doesn’t offer you a professional comedy club, let us know!
What do we need? A venue that wants a comedy club. Thats about it! We can do the rest.
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