One comedy night you can definitely have faith in…
…is Live At The Chapel.
As the name suggests, it takes place monthly in North London’s gorgeous Grade I-listed Union Chapel. Here, seated in one of the original wooden pews, some of which sit high-up in the rafters overlooking the stage – you can watch a carefully curated line-up of London’s biggest and hottest comedians perform against a backdrop of stain glass.
Each nights there’s around four to five comedians (the focus here is quality over quantity), with previous acts including Sarah Pascoe; Tim Key; Nish Kumar; Jessica Fostekew; Adam Buxton; Jen Brister; and Phil Wang. (To name a few.) Upcoming shows on the other hand are listed on their website which you can find HERE.
If you get peckish, or you fancy yourself a thirst quencher, Union Chapel have a bar selling snacks, as well as all the usual boozy suspects. Alternatively you can turn up a little early and enjoy a meal from their pop-up cafe, which runs at most of their events. Union Chapel have an in-house charity called The Margins Project which was set up to support people facing homelessness, or risk of homelessness in Islington. The cafe is both run in part by some of those marginalised victims, as well all of the profits going towards providing food, shelter, and more to anyone else in need.
A worthy cause.
NOTE: Live At The Chapel is a monthly event. You can keep up to date with upcoming shows, and book tickets via their website HERE.
Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN
Like watching comedy? Ha-ha-have a look at our round-up of London’s top comedy venues here.