Q: Do I need to print my ticket?
A: No need to print tickets. You can bring your ticket on your phone/device, and also the name of the person who bought the tickets will be on our list for entry.
Q: Will seats be reserved for us and can we all sit together?
A: If you are in a group of four or more then we will reserve specific seats for you all together. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the show to be guaranteed these seats remain reserved for you, otherwise you may have to find seats yourselves and possibly separately. For smaller groups, you can choose anywhere to sit other than seats reserved for larger groups.
Q: What time shall we arrive?
A: We recommend you arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before showtime. There are bars you can have a drink at before we open the doors to the comedy room. If any customers have not arrived by 45 minutes after showtime then we reserve the right to give their seats so someone else can see some comedy. Please email email@example.com if you know you are going to be late, and let us know your ETA.
Q: Can we get a refund if we cannot make the show?
A: We don’t offer refunds but we can, in some circumstances, transfer your tickets to another date. You’d need to give us fair warning so we are able to re-sell your seats if you want to transfer them to another night. We cannot refund booking fees unless the actual show is cancelled.
Q: Are under 18’s allowed?
A: Under 18’s are generally not allowed to evening shows at The Comedy Pub in Piccadilly without prior permission due to the terms of the venue license (despite under 18’s knowing way more swear words than anyone else!) Under 18’s are welcome to come to any daytime shows we may have on up until 8.30pm. Our other venues have different guidelines, please ask if unsure.
Q: Can we eat our meal in the comedy room during the show?
A: All meals are pre-show so to not disrupt the comedy, and in a different room (same venue). You will have a table reserved for you if you book meals through this website. Please arrive with ample time to eat so you do not miss the start of the show or lose your reserved group seating. We ask groups to pre-orders to speed things up.
Q: I am a comedian and I want to do a spot at The Stand-Up Club. How do I do this?
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a video link (please do not attach video) to you doing a recent set. Our nights are almost all top level professional comedy nights so you’ll need to be doing very well at other clubs to be considered for an open spot, so please be realistic.