Competition! Win tickets to Royal Albert Hall’s post-Edinburgh season

RAH comp

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, 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.

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