It’s frosty, foggy and miserable, it’s been a long month after Christmas bank account detonation and you can’t even remember what it was like to leave work in daylight. It’s easy to get the January blues. It’s also too easy to hide away in your house where it’s warm and not try to beat the January blues. We’ve got two places worth facing the cold for. Get going and get laughing!
Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond is running fantastic play, Winter Solstice from now until the second week of February so there’s plenty time to book! The play, which runs for just under two hours, is packed with family betrayal, drama and comedy, sure to brighten your evening and catch you on the funny bone. The show has been given five stars by Sunday Express and Evening Standard for its consistent humour and clever comment on human behaviour. If nothing else, you’ll be in the warm, with a drink or two, enjoying a bit of light entertainment!
Infamous for it’s up and coming comedians, which typically go on to become regulars on comedy classics like ‘Mock The Week’, The Comedy Store has plenty to offer during these cold months. You can book tickets for tonight’s ‘The Cutting Edge’ for a touch of the topical, ‘The Comedy Store Players’ for some improv or see ‘The Best in Stand Up’. If the belly laughing doesn’t entice you, we’re sure that happy hour and food will! Go and have a laugh!
The 99 Club in Leicester Square is also famous for its comedy shows. You can see a full range of their upcoming shows here. With a range of both male and female comedians, and topics ranging from the impending doom of Brexit and Trump disappointment to lighter, slightly less offensive topics, there is bound to be something for everyone! Its central location also boasts a great after party opportunity, since there is plenty to see, do, eat and drink!
If you feel the same way we do, that laughing is life’s best therapy, then try your hand at comedy yourself with us here.