"A great night of top-class comedy" Time Out

 

The No 5 Club, Downstairs at the Drayton, is West London’s top comedy club, with a reputation for putting on the biggest of the big names and the best up-and-coming talent. See them and have a drink at the bar with them before they become too big for their boots and end up on TV.


Since the club opened in 2007, we’ve had a list of headliners that reads like a comedy hall of fame: Harry Hill, Omid Djalili, Lee Mack, Henning Wehn, Jack Whitehall, Stewart Lee, Stephen K Amos, Reginald D Hunter, Rufus Hound, Mark Thomas, Dave Gorman, Shappi Khorsandi, Arthur Smith, Chris Addison, Ardal O'Hanlon, Richard Herring, Alun Cochrane, Lucy Porter, and Lee Nelson have all played the legendary venue.


The intimate, atmospheric setting of the Drayton’s magnificent newly refurbished function room is the perfect place for a night of unrestrained hilarity.


One of the oldest pubs in Ealing, the Drayton boasts the biggest beer garden in London and is also quite possibly the only establishment in town to have one of its cleaners become a world leader.


The Former Vietnamese leader, Ho Chi Minh toiled in the kitchens of the Drayton Court Hotel in 1914, before going on to change his country’s history, driving out forces from Japan, France and the United States. Strange but true...

The club runs Friday nights fortnightly.