Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ Simon Amstell, Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan are among the big name comics confirmed to perform at Reading and Leeds Festival this August bank holiday.
Kevin ‘Bloody’ Wilson is Australia’s most infamous comedian. He is also one of its most successful.
When We Are Married at The New Vic Theatre. A feel good comedy that will leave you smiling, and possibly double checking your marriage certificates.
Comedian Rich Hall is headlining his first show in Stafford.
The American will be bringing his new show, 3:10 to Humour, to The Gatehouse theatre on Saturday, March, 21.
A comedy club has pledged to donate takings from a month of shows to Staffordshire cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton’s fund-raising effort.
Stephen, 19, from Burntwood, has made national headlines for his campaigning for Teenage Cancer Trust.
Comedy trio WitTank are set to perform at Hanley’s Mitchell Arts Centre in March.
They will be bringing their unique style of quick-fire comedy to the centre when they perform The School – a parody of public school stereotypes.
Comedian Mick Miller has paid tribute to the “fabulous and tremendous” Sir Stanley Matthews.
Before making a name for himself as a funnyman, Miller played under the footballing legend when he was in charge of Port Vale.
TV comic Chris Ramsey is set to headline a Stoke-on-Trent comedy night.
After supporting Russell Kane and Al Murray on their nationwide tours, the funnyman is stepping out on his own with his Offermation show.