If you are experiencing and problems booking tickets or viewing our calender please try visiting http://backyardbar.co.uk/events/upcoming/ if this does not work please do not hesitate to email email@example.com for any queries and we will try our best to help.
We are fully accessible for wheelchair users and people with mobility issues – there are no steps, our venue is all on one level, and we have wide doorways for easy access.
How much are tickets?
Tickets for our Backyard Comedy Club Shows…
Thursdays: Tickets are just £5 in advance. Tickets on the door are £8.
Fridays and Saturdays: There are a limited number of £5 Early Bird tickets available until 7 days before the show. Standard Tickets are just £10 and are available online until 6pm on the day, tickets bought in person at the venue on the day of the show are £13. Never Ending Tickets (click for more info) are just £15.
Please note that all tickets booked in advance for Backyard Comedy Club events must be exchanged for a hand stamp in person by 7.15pm or a £3 late arrival fee will be charged to each person arriving after that time. There are no exceptions to this rule. You cannot collect hand stamps for people not in the premises. The Box Office opens at 6.30pm on show nights.
Tickets for our other events:
Please see individual event page for details
How can I contact you?
If you have a booking problem, want to know more about the venue, or you just want to ask us a question then email firstname.lastname@example.org, please bear in mind we do not operate regular office hours, are only open on show days and our inbox is not continuously checked for new mail.
Can I call you?
Unfortunately we do not take incoming calls. However feel free to pop into the bar when we are open or email email@example.com and we will try to help you with your enquiry.
When should I arrive to get a seat?
Please arrive in plenty of time as random bag searches are in operation and may delay your entry
For Thursday, Friday and Saturday Backyard Comedy Club Shows you should arrive by 7.15pm. Please note that each ticket booked in advance must be exchanged for a hand stamp at the Box Office by 7.15pm or a £3 late arrival fee will be charged to each person arriving after that time. You can not exchange tickets on behalf of people in your party who are not on the premises.
For other events we suggest arriving at least 30 mins prior to the start of the show
How do I collect my tickets?
You will have been emailed a confirmation about your tickets. You just need to print it off and bring it with you to the club or show the confirmation email on your phone.
When should I book my tickets?
Our weekend and special shows regularly get very busy, so it’s best to book as far in advance as you can for those shows. For most shows you are able to buy tickets at the door on the night, but we’d recommend arriving for the doors opening to make sure you can get tickets.
Can I buy/collect tickets in person?
You can buy tickets in person at The Backyard Comedy Club during the normal open hours of the bar.
Please note that all tickets booked in advance for Backyard Comedy Club events must be exchanged for getting a hand-stamp in person by 7.15pm or a £3 late arrival fee will be charged to each person arriving after that time. There are no exceptions to this rule. You cannot get your hand stamped for people not in the premises. The Box Office opens at 6.30pm on show nights.
Any tickets bought in person at the the venue for a show on the same day will be charged at the full door ticket price.
Do you do a concession ticket?
We do not do a concession price ticket, as we are the cheapest professional comedy club in London.
Does my ticket guarantee me a seat/reserve me a seat?
All seating is on a first come first serve basis. If you are in a large group we will aim to sit you together, but we suggest you arrive early to guarantee this. Please let the duty manager know on arrival.
Do you do any discounts?
Our in-house produced Thursday, Friday and Saturday night shows are all priced from £5 per ticket. This is incredibly good value for the quality of the comedy we put on. You can pay twenty pounds in similar London comedy clubs to see the same acts doing the same material; we have chosen to be the best value comedy club in the capital. No – we don’t do discounts.
Do you serve food?
Yes we serve a range of delicious pizzas and sides. Our kitchen is open until 11pm. You can view our menu here.
What time does the show finish?
Most shows run for 2 and a half hours including intervals.
Can we heckle/talk during the performance?
No, we want everyone to enjoy their night out and we aim for a theatre-like environment when the acts are on stage. Some performers encourage audience interaction in which case feel free to join in when you are spoken to. Please don’t be offended if we ask you to be quiet, other people have paid to listen to the comedy, not to you and your friends.
Is there any age restriction on the shows?
All our evening shows are over 18s. We also operate a challenge 25 policy so if you’re lucky enough to look under 25 then you’ll be asked for ID. We only accept a UK or European driver’s license, a valid passport or proof of age card bearing a PASS hologram.
Terms & Conditions:
- All mobile phones must be switched off during the performance.
- 18+, ID may be required.
- The management reserves the right to refuse admission. Customers who arrive already intoxicated will be refused entry without a refund.
- We reserve the right to conduct bag and clothing searches. Anyone found attempting to bring alcohol or other prohibited drugs into the bar will also be refused entry without a refund.
- No food or drinks of any sort can be brought onto the premises.
- The management reserves the right to make essential changes to the published program or listings.
- Bookings, once made, may not be exchanged nor money refunded. All ticket sales are final.
- Late customers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance.
- All customers are expected to treat the venue, staff and acts with due respect and good manners.
- Audio or visual recording of any kind are strictly forbidden in the auditorium.