New Museum of Comedy

April 17, 2014

Martin Witts, proprietor of the Leicester Square Theatre,  and a longstanding friend of the Players' Theatre, has just opened an exciting Museum of Comedy in Bloomsbury, London. The museum occupies the crypt of St George's church and includes a theatrical space called the Cooper Room, after Tommy Cooper. We anticipate using the room for some of our future events and will provide an update shortly.

The Museum of Comedy

Address: The Undercroft, St George’s Church, Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SR



Telegraph: London's first museum of comedy launches today

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