Comedians' Guide to London
Which club used to be a well tasty snooker club? Which has wartime heritage and which used to be a public toilet? Let east ender, history buff and brilliant stand-up Jeff Innocent be your guide
Gravedigger-turned-comic Liam Mullone tells tales of working at Putney Vale cemetery that will make your bones shake ...
No-nonsense US stand-up Dave Fulton may be an adopted Brit these days, but one sighting of a Richmond Park deer and he's reaching for the hunting rifle
From the Heathrow welcome to the Cockfosters announcements, visiting New York stand-up Dave Hill tells LiF about the glory of arriving in London
Want proof that musical comic and London geek Jay Foreman is a proper talented chap? How about this – a video in which he makes the M25 into a genuinely interesting and amusing subject
As Helen Arney points out, for some, Stoke Newington is an idyllic villagey London enclave that makes you reluctant to leave.
For others it's an insufferable, smug London enclave that makes you reluctant to visit. For Helen, it wasn't quite the place for her. She has very kindly produced this fine little video – a London is Funny exclusive in fact – to illustrate what happened.