Why See King Gong?
The Gong Show
A comedy night so brutally famous that even safely established comedians quake in their boots at a mere mention of it, The Comedy Store's King Gong is quite something to behold. Each week, 30 new acts are given five minutes to make us laugh before the audience casts the final judgment! Who survives? It's up to you.
As much an institution as the smiling mouth logo of the Comedy Store itself, the gong has long held its sway over up and coming young go-getters. Comedian such as Alexi Sayle, Paul Merton, Jo Brand and many more have offered themselves up for judgement in the past, proving that if you can beat it's clanging tone, you might just have seen the birth of the next big thing!
Please note, shows begin at 8pm on the last Monday of the month. Due to heightened security, please arrive early so bag searches can be conducted without delay to the fun.
Opening night: 28 August 2017
Any questions about the Gong or to book a slot as a contestant e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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