The Covent Garden Comedy Club is a compact venue with theatre seating for 200. Opening its doors in 2002, it is in fact no longer located in Covent Garden, but instead under the arches of Charing Cross! Nonetheless, it is still the biggest and one of the most successful independent comedy clubs in central London staging major British and international comics. The success of the club is due to its friendly and professional atmosphere and the fact that you can see some of the best performers the circuit has to offer in a welcoming and intimate environment. The venues programme is also pretty jam-packed with four different shows a week. Although it is no longer based in the tourist hotspot of Covent Garden, it is still in an excellent location to take in some of London’s top attractions. Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery, and the National Portrait Gallery are just a short walk away. Or take a stroll across the nearby Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges where you will find more attractions such as the London Eye, Hayward Gallery, and The London Dungeon.