Our venues are small and usually best suited to couples and small groups of friends, we do not offer any group discounts and tables seat 2-4. As such we specifically limit the number of large groups in the audience at all shows and our capacities dictate the maximum group size we are prepared to take.
If you’d like to enquire about a group booking, please get in touch with us at [email protected]
We do receive a high volume of group requests at this time of year, so please allow us up to 5 working days to come back to you.
We ask that you do not book individually or in smaller blocks as it can cause problems for you on the door and occasionally, we must turn away groups.
We do not accept stag/hen parties at our venues- this is our permanent, year round policy.
Guaranteed refunds must be requested 24 hours before the doors opening time by contacting our box office on 0131 558 9005 during office hours or by emailing [email protected].
Refund requests after this stage are at the discretion of the company and promoters however we will always try to help our customers if we have the opportunity to sell the tickets on. Accepted refunds will be made for the ticket sale amount and will not include booking or postage fees unless there is company fault. Please note: We cannot refund tickets on the door on the night.
You can find all access information here.
If you require any further information you can get in touch by calling our Box Office on 0131 558 7373 during opening hours or by emailing us at [email protected]
Carers/helpers are entitled to a complimentary ticket and disabled customers are entitled to a concession ticket. To take advantage of this, please let us know at time of making your access booking by emailing us at [email protected] or by calling our box office during opening hours on 0131 558 7373.
We are an accredited Living Wage employer. This means we pay our employees according to the rates recommended by the Living Wage Foundation - not the lower National Living Wage set by the government. However, as well has having a commitment to our staff to ensure a fair days pay for a fair days work, we also want to provide the best deal for our audiences and make live comedy as accessible to everyone as possible. While paying the Living Wage does sometimes mean we have to pass extra costs on to the customer, we still endeavour to keep prices as low as we can. Our Edinburgh club also hosts a completely FREE improv comedy show every Sunday afternoon.
We’re not a massive venue - so usually best suited to couples and small groups of friends. As such we specifically limit the number of larger group bookings we take on any evening, so please get in touch with the box office in advance at [email protected] and we will try our best to accommodate.
We ask that you do not book individually or in smaller blocks as it can cause problems for you on the door and occasionally we have to turn away groups.
We do not take stag or hen groups.
We have a blanket ban on stag/hen groups and do not take them at any of our clubs.
Our weekend and special shows regularly sell out so it's best to book as far in advance as you can for those events. For most week night shows you are able to buy tickets at the door on the night, but we'd recommend arriving for the doors opening to ensure the best chance of entry. Our venues are all general admission and we are a mixture of seating and standing room, so best to arrive early to choose your preferred seating.
When booking you will have the option to collect your tickets at the venue door upon entry free of charge or you can select postage for the majority of our productions for £2 per booking transaction.
We will email you a confirmation of your booking.
To collect at the venue on the day, we’ll need the booking name and/or Booking ID.
If you’re looking to collect your tickets upon entry the club, we advise arriving a little in advance of our door opening time as this allows you to join a queue. All venues are general admission and a mixture of seating and standing room.
For Edinburgh Fringe productions during August, we advise you arrive at least 30 minutes before doors open for your selected show to collect your festival tickets to avoid any delays.
Please be aware that some productions will request photo ID upon collect of your tickets and postage will not be available.
Once a delivery or collection method is selected, it cannot be changed.
You can buy tickets in person at The Stand Edinburgh box office, which is open 10am to 5pm Mon-Fri. Please note that Glasgow and Newcastle do not have a box offices and are only open to the public at the door times stated for each performance.
Concessions apply to the following and we require the following ID:
- Drivers License
- Travel Card
- Birth Certificate
Students 18+ in full time education
- Valid Matriculation Card
Anyone receiving unemployment/incapacity benefit or disabled living allowance
- Job seekers' letter
- Letter confirming entitlement to benefit
- DLA letter
No, our venues have unreserved seating and standing room. We recommend that you arrive for doors opening time if you want to get a seat. Although the majority of the venue is seated, those who arrive after all the seats are taken stand in the bar area. If you have a disability or are unable to stand for any reason then you must contact us in advance to arrange a seating reservation.
No, all our venues have unreserved seating and standing room. It's up to your group to get in early for seats.
It's better to arrive as close to the doors opening as possible as the clubs fill up quickly, especially at weekends.
Edinburgh- Food is available at selected shows courtesy of KHAO BOI Thai and Southeast Asian inspired street-food. KHAO BOI is also available for delivery as of Thursday May 11th 2023.
When food is available this will be displayed on the web listing for the show.
Glasgow- Hot food is not served in the Glasgow venue. However, bar snacks such as crisps, sweets and chocolate are available at all three venues.
No, we try to keep ticket prices are low as possible for everyone.
If you have paid in advance for your tickets you can arrive at any point before the show starts. Please be aware that for some productions, latecomers may not be admitted or may be asked to wait until a suitable break in the show to join the audience. This is especially true for Edinburgh Fringe productions. We have unreserved seating and standing room so we recommend you arrive early if you want seats.
No, we want everyone to enjoy their night out and our clubs and aim for a theatre-like environment when the acts are on stage. Some performers encourage audience interaction, in which case feel free to join in when you are spoken to. Please don't be offended if we ask you to be quiet - other people have paid to listen to comedy, not you and your friends.
The majority of our evening shows are over 18s. Daytime, early evening shows of festival productions at all of our venues can vary in age guidance so please check at time of booking. We also operate a challenge 25 policy so if you're lucky enough to look younger then you will be asked for ID. We only accept a UK or European driver's license, a valid passport or proof of age card bearing a PASS hologram.