Up The Creek is a well known London comedy club with a separate bar area which serves Thai food.
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Up The Creek Greenwich
302-304 Creek RoadGreenwichLondonSE10 9SW
- +44 (0)20 8858 4581
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
Best value comedy club in town. I saw Steven Merchant, Russell Howard, Russell Brand amongst others in my time going one Sunday evening. Lots of students and locals for £6 it's epic value for a few hours. The Sunday Special which I'm talking about ends about 11.15 so you often have to dash for last trains....but it's so worth it (I travel from the other side of London for this).more
A great little venue with many a night of cracking comedy.
Whilst a little small and dark for some people, the atmosphere fits perfectly, and it's a lovely place to bring a small group and enjoy a laugh, a drink and a dance!
The staff are friendly, the people that come here are friendly... I'm not sure what else to say!
As with any comedy club, whether or not you'll enjoy the show will be...more
Fab comedy venue, famous artists tend to use this venue to test out new material and regular nights show some great new comers.
They have all inclusive ticket, food and drinks venues and after the comedy it turns into a classic disco (comedy in itself!)more
I've been here a few times. It's conveniently located in the centre of Greenwich.
Comedy-wise, they have usually three or four acts per night and nine of ten of them will be worth seeing, so it's a fairly safe bet. The place is a nice size, everyone is near the stage but there are enough people to have a bit of an atmosphere.
Aside from the comedy, the drinks are pretty bad and come in...more
Oooh this is a nice comedy venue: small enough to be very intimate, but big enough to allow a loud chuckle to reverberate through the audience. I just wish it was a little closer to central London, as it took me aaaaages to get home via the DLR!
I came here with some friends to watch a BBC 4 recording of Can't Tell Nathan Caton Nothing. Yay for free BBC comedy recordings...it was a really...more