Now that Edinburgh Fringe is done, the London circuit is cranking back into action – including a meaty season of comedy at the Royal Albert Hall.
Late Night Laughs runs from 11 September (with a show featuring newly crowned Fosters Best Newcomer winner Sofie Hagen), until the end of December, and is a splendid opportunity to see some great comedy in one of the most spectacular buildings in the city (the comedy takes place in a second space, btw, not the main arena).
And a sort of season within a season takes place from 20-26 September, with Best of the Fest – a selection of some of the finest comedy shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, with a double-bill each night.
Among the comics performing at Best of the Fest are: Fosters Comedy Award nominees Carl Donnelly, Liam Williams and Nish Kumar; also brutally honest Aussie Felicity Ward, condescending French character Marcel Lucont, and wonderful comic-poet Rob Auton. Click here for the full list of comedy at the Royal Albert Hall this autumn/winter.
AND London is Funny has a pair of tickets to give away to the “Best of the Fest” night of your choosing!
To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question:
The Royal Albert Hall is named after whom?
a) Prince Albert
b) Albert Trotter
c) Former Newcastle United midfielder Philippe Albert
Email your answer to email@example.com, including your phone number so you can be contacted immediately. No contact details will be passed on to any third parties. Deadline for entries is 11.59pm on 15 September.