Can anyone go to The Comedy Store?
All shows and events are 21 and up. You must show valid, physical, government issued ID before entry. If you do not have your ID, you will not be able to enter and your ticket(s) will be forfeited.
How long are the shows at The Comedy Store London?
Just over 2 hours with a 20min break in the middle. over a year ago.
What are the different rooms at The Comedy Store?
Calendars. The Original Room. The Main Room. The Belly Room.
How can I perform at the Comedy Store?
To sign up for Open Mic Night, call 858-454-9176 between 12-4pm on the Wednesday you’d like to perform and submit your name. Names are drawn at random to determine the lineup, so call back after 4:30pm to confirm that your name was selected. Sets are 3 minutes long, with a two-minute warning light.
Who ran the Comedy Store?
Mitzi Shore (née Saidel; July 25, 1930 – April 11, 2018) was an American comedy club owner. Her husband, Sammy Shore, co-founded The Comedy Store in Los Angeles in 1972 and Mitzi became owner two years later. Through the club, she had a huge influence on the careers of up-and-coming comedians for decades.
Whats better main room or original room Comedy Store?
I’d recommend a main room show then a late night in the original room for a more intimate experience. You’ll occasionally get a drop in from a huge name too. From Bill Burr, Louis CK to newer comics like Tony Hinchcliffe and Iliza Schlesinger – it’s just an awesome experience.
Where is the Comedy Store located?
The Comedy Store is a comedy club located in Soho, London, England, opened in 1979 by Don Ward and Peter Rosengard.
Where are the best comedy clubs in London?
The Comedy Store is London’s busiest comedy club, Just a short walking distance from Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square Tube. Theatre style seating and low ceilings create an electric atmosphere. The Store is one of London’s absolute must-do’s; whether you live in the city or just visiting for the weekend.
Is the Comedy Store London wheelchair accessible?
The Comedy Store London is situated below ground level. Access for wheelchair users is via a chair-lift, situated in our Oxendon Road fire escape. While the lift is suitable for most customers, unfortunately it cannot support wheelchairs. This means that customers must be able to transfer in/out of their wheelchair at the top/bottom of the stairs.
What happened to the Comedy Store in Leicester Square?
In 1982 when the upper floors were sold off, the Comedy Store moved to a series of other venues. In late 1982, The Comedy Store operated from 28a Leicester Square (The 400 Club) for two years, taking over the club in 1985.