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The Comedy Tree is a London comedy club known for its brilliant line-ups and a fun, intimate atmosphere. It is the London comedy club recommended for stand-up comedy on Thursday nights.

Attracts some of the finest comics on the circuit.”

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The club has featured guest appearances from top TV stand-up comedians such as Stephen Merchant, Lee Mack, Milton Jones, Holly Walsh, Steve Hughes and Micky Flanagan.

See leading headliners, rising talent and the stand up comedy stars of the future, alongside the stars of Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week, every Thursday.

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Launch Night - September 17th

Pete Jonas at The Comedy Tree

Join resident MC Pete Jonas and headliner Carey Marx for The Comedy Tree's opening night in a new basement club in the heart of Hammersmith.

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London Comedy Club Since 2002

The Comedy Tree - London Comedy Club since 2002
Extraordinarily good fun.”

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The Comedy Tree's is now in it's 13th year of live comedy, making it a landmark London comedy club and one of West London's longest running comedy nights. Not bad for something started by a couple of drunks.

The Comedy Tree has long been one of London's most popular comedy clubs, renowned for it's high quality shows and a fun, intimate atmosphere. Some of the world's best comics have performed at the club, including Russell Brand, Flight of the Conchords, Stephen Merchant, Stewart Lee, Omid Djalili, Lee Mack, Milton Jones, Micky Flanagan, Sarah Millican, Jack Whitehall, Mark Watson, Rhod Gilbert and Dave Gorman.

The Comedy Tree was opened in 2002 by comics Pete Jonas and Erich McElroy. While the actual details are forever blurred by alcohol, their dream was to start a comedy night that wasn't as shit as the clubs they were playing at the time.

Combining Pete's evil corporate marketing skills and Erich's ability to smile and nod, the two approached management at a pub in Putney and told them a massive pack of lies. The landlord bought it and new chapter in London's comedy scene was born.

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