The Comedy School London UKStand-Up Comedy Courses

Six Week Intensive Stand-Up Comedy Courses in London

Upcoming Stand-Up Comedy Courses

9th May to 13th June
Every THURSDAY 6:15 to 9:15pm - Showcase on Sunday 16th June


12th May to 16th June
Every SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2pm to 5pm - Showcase to follow class on 16th June

Venue: The Comedy School, 14-15 Gloucester Gate, Camden, London, NW1 4HG.

Over six weeks, the course will guide you through the process of becoming a stand-up comedian, from writing your first piece of material to your debut performance.

Topics covered include:
Generating Material
Developing Performance Skills
Discovering Your Comic Attitude
Examining Stage Persona
Exploring Joke Structure

Sessions are run by professionals from the comedy circuit. The course culminates with a Showcase, in which you perform a comedy routine to a warm and friendly audience.

The final Showcase will be Sunday 16th June with a professional stand-up host at

'Backyard Comedy Club' [ directions ]
Cambridge Heath Rd, Bethnal Green, E2 0EL

* For those wishing to gain CPD credits in a professional capacity, the stated objectives of this course can be sent to you if you contact the office

[The recommended minimum age for this class is 16. If anyone under 16 would like to attend, we are happy to assess this on an individual basis; please contact us before booking.]

COST: £275 ( £230 concession )

Concession for students, seniors, unemployed, Equity, Members of The Comedy School

Booking Form

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Fancy a Supreme Comedy challenge? Raise money for The Comedy School's charitable causes while doing your Stand Up Comedy course - more information here: Supreme Comedy Fundraising Challenge

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart

Fresh from hosting the VMAs where Miley Cyrus made 'twerking' go global, comedian and movie star KEVIN HART flew into London to promote his new self-funded concert film, Let Me Explain.

As part of his visit, he spoke to students at LONDON'S COMEDY SCHOOL about how he got started in stand-up, how he built up a fan base including 8 million Twitter followers, how he kept control of his career and what advice he would give to new comedians starting out today.


The Comedy School,
14-15 Gloucester Gate,
London, NW1 4HG.