From slapstick comedy plays like 'The Play That Goes Wrong', to improvised musicals by 'Showstopper!', comedy theatre remains a huge draw for London theatregoers!
Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best London theatre shows set to make your ribs tickle! Read London Theatre reviews from our members and their picks for the best comedy theatre shows running in London right now!
A new coming of age play where a group of best friends notice changes in their friendship over time.
The Bridge Theatre's immersive production of Frank Loesser's classic comedy musical.
Rob Madge's Olivier Award-nominated autobiographical comedy musical returns to the West End.
A reworked version of the 80s-inspired British superhero musical returns to London.
A boozy jukebox musical which follows nine men in a pub harmonising to chart-topping songs.
Mark Gatiss directs this new comedy about the world's first drag ABBA tribute act.
Samantha Barks stars as Elsa in Disney's magical stage adaptation of the hit 2013 film.
A musical adaptation of the 1985 smash hit film - winner of the Best New Musical Olivier Award.
Award-winning musical comedy from the creators of 'South Park' and 'Frozen' co-creator Robert Lopez.
The hit musical returns as the Heathers transform high school life for young teen Veronica.
Olivier Award-winning comedy where everything goes wrong for the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society!
Olivier Award-winning comedy group stage a brand new improvised musical every night!
A magical stage adaptation of Roald Dahl's popular children's book. Winner of 7 Olivier Awards.
Olivier Award-nominated jukebox musical featuring the hits of Swedish pop group, ABBA.
Channing Tatum's 90-minute show male stripping show.
A stage adaptation of the 1990 film of the same name with music by Grammy Award winner Bryan Adams.
One of Britain's most loved TV comedies comes to life on stage in a new musical.
Amanda Abbington, Reece Shearsmith & Frances Barber star in Steven Moffat's satirical play.
The new adaptation of the classic American High School musical returns to the West End.
The Globe presents a lively production of the well-loved Shakespearean comedy.
Kim Noble's comedy about loneliness and searching for meaning.
Horrible Histories lights up the West End with an educational show about the Tudors.
The improvised comedy based on Jane Austen's novels returns to the West End.