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HELP PLEASE : How to get London Comedy tickets

by eastrunner

Hi All,

Its my wifes birthday and I'm trying to get some comedy tickets for this saturday 18th?

Also any recommendations for top deal sites would be welcome!

Btw I always see the show Live at hte apollo on TV can one buy tickets for that?

Thanks

ER

Re: HELP PLEASE : How to get London Comedy tickets

by Lyndal1985

Hey,

Last minute.com isnt too bad for stuff like that but if you want to wing it you could always take her for dinner in covent Garden and there are loads of ticket seller stalls selling show tickets at reasonable prices. you guys could decide what you feel like on the night... or you could go down the day before and grab some yourself... I saw 'Avenue Q' not too long ago. its described as a sesame street for adults and was very funny.

Anyway have fun... hope that helps you out a bit.

Re: HELP PLEASE : How to get London Comedy tickets

by doodybee

check out whatsonlondon ( i think if you google this is should come up with a websit this is ful of everything going on in London and you can find comedy theatre or just comedy nights etc
hope this helps

Re: HELP PLEASE : How to get London Comedy tickets

by henry14

hi,

You can search on the LondonTown website for details of whats on, when etc. and they sometimes have good deals.

www.londontown.com/tickets/

Travel Tips for London

When in London you absolutely...

by Mr_Spin

When in London you absolutely must go to COvent Garden. It's full of street entertainers and market and stalls. Find one of the pubs get a pint and enjoy the street theater. I have heaps of memories from London that span from watching the north of London eurpt after seeing my football (or soccer depending on where you're from) side Arsenal.F.C win the F.A.Cup to drunken weekends that went from the curry house to a club quite possibly in Leicester Square or any where else that there was a pulse. To many to tell I'm affraid....and proberly not suitable for posting on the net, well this site anyway!!!

Wonderful background on London

by rexvaughan

I had never heard of H V Morton until a friend loaned me his In Search of London. He is such a well known and loved writer that there is an H V Morton Society in England dedicated to enjoying and preserving his work. This book was written over 50 years ago and some things have changed but the insights and knowledge Mr. Morton
conveys is still wonderful and will give you much inspiration and understanding of this marvelous city. It is not a travel guide but more of an appreciation from a man who loves, understands and knows the history of the city. It will give you a much better perspective on much of what you will want to see in London and doubtless add to the list of things you want to visit. Anyone who loves London and/or wants to understand it better will find this a great read.

Architecture

by filipdebont

I found it great to walk along the streets of London. It was like a kind of a surprise to see the perfect mixture of old buildings with the new, modern buildings.
Like on this picture were you see a modern, glass building, and it was possible to look through, and to see the tower of and old church. If you take some time to look around, you really can discover great sights.

Pub Ettiquette

by aqazi

If you have been invited for drinks in the pub then its important to observe certain drinking ettiquette. First of all when someone wants a drink it is common that they will ask everyone if they'd like one too. Only accept the offer if you are going to return the gesture. Also observe if people are taking turns in rounds. If a group of people go out it is common that each person will take turns in buying everyone a drink. This is done so that only one person has to get off their arse, queue up, and then bring the drinks over. Also don't decide to have the most expesive drink available when its someone elses turn to pay. If you really fancy something a little more pricey it is common tot offer to pay for the difference.

Finally if you recieve good service from the bar maid (or bar man) then it is customary to offer to buy them a drink too. Normally they will add a pound or two to your bill (not the full cost of a drink) and the remainder will be kept as a tip. Of course you can tip too but in local pubs its more common to offer to by a drink for your server.

Left Luggage at train stations

by sabsi

There are no luggage lockers in London train stations anymore (apparently the ones in Victoria Station are still there but all other ones had to go). There is a left luggage counter at most stations though (Paddington, Waterloo, King's Cross, Liverpool Street, Charing Cross, Euston) - I used the one in Paddington Station when I wanted to get rid of my luggage recently.

You can leave your stuff there, it will be security checked and you will get a receipt. It is £5 for up to 24 hours, you pay when you get the luggage back. Staff is not exactly friendly, I was greated by a really grumpy guy and the one I got my backpack back from was not what I'd call a comedian neither.

Keep in mind that the offices are only open from 7 am to 11 pm!!!

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