Fri 24th May
Fri 24th May
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage… our returning favourite comedy night and pub crawl! When you just can’t decide which night out you want, do both!? We’ll start off with a top London comedy show in Piccadilly to get you in the party mood. You’ll get to watch the full show of about 2 hours, with 4 comedians and a great cocktail bar.
At the end of the show, our hosts will lead the group on for the nightlife part of the evening! We’ll be heading to Leicester Square and Covent Garden for Zoo, then Roadhouse, followed by Tropicana Beach Club, each including a free shot and discounts on drinks. Comedy, drinks, partying and dancing. What more could we ask for in one night?!
Photocopies & photos of ID are not accepted
You can purchase tickets at the door, but IT'S more expensive and there are a limited number for some Crawls.
DRESS CODE: In general 'smart-casual'. No sportswear such as tracksuits or jogging bottoms. No flip-flops and, to be safe, no white trainers. FANCY DRESS: Please email & enquire.
Yes, you do. On this occasion, we are asking for all guests to pre-book. The earlier the better (and cheaper!).
Yes! It’s important you bring a physical, valid ID with you. In London bars & clubs, this is just as much about security as it is age. Passports & Driver’s Licenses are the best forms of ID. Copies are not generally accepted, nor are student cards.
No sportswear such as tracksuits or jogging bottoms. Also, no flip-flops. Smart causal is a safe bet, but it’s still a Friday night out in London Town… so dress to impress ;)
We will get into Tropicana Beach Club at around 12.15. After that, you’re welcome to stay as late you like!
There are no drinks deals in the comedy club, unfortunately! However, in the next three venues you will have a wristband which when shown to the bar staff, offers you discounts on selected beers, spirit-mixers and cocktails. The host will explain this in more detail on the night.
We can’t give away too much before the night… however, I can reveal that the headliner may be someone you recognise from Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo, or Russell Howard’s Good News (but, no, it’s not Russell Howard!)