‘One of London's best comedy clubs'

Evening Standard, January 2017

Ginglik Productions is delighted to announce it’s Laugh Comedy Club will be taking up residence in the heart of London’s Soho at the wondrous 100 Wardour St. Previously the home of the legendary Marquee Club and Floridita, the venue is steeped in history. Residencies during the late 1960s alone included The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Jethro Tull and The Jimi Hendrix Experience! Now Ginglik hope to make the venue steeped in comedy royalty too!

Laugh with 100 Wardour St. kicks of with some some the best received acts from this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


Laugh with 100 Wardour St. 

Tony Law / Andrew Ryan / Kelly Convey / Darren Harriott (MC)

Monday 25th September 2017

Described as ‘London's Best New Comedy Night’ by The Times, Ginglik's Laugh comedy night ran at their Shepherd’s Bush venue for over 10 years before transferring to The Howling Hops, Kensington venue The Roof Gardens (named as one of 'London's best comedy clubs' by the Evening Standard, January 2017) and now to 100 Wardour St. Previous Ginglik alumni have included:

 Robin Williams, Michael Macintyre, Al Murray, Dara O'Briain, Ed Byrne, Frank Skinner, Harry Hill, Jimmy Carr, Lee Mack, Lenny Henry, Mackenzie Crook, Richard Herring, Rory Bremner, Russell Howard, Sean Lock, Stewart Lee and many many more.

‘Jimmy Carr’s Favourite Comedy Club’
The Tube

‘One of London's Best Comedy Nights’

‘An evening of mirth in a remarkable venue’
London News Online

‘London's Best New Comedy Night’
The Times