Roger Law, one of the creative minds behind Spitting Image – the satirical puppet-led series that was essential viewing in the 1980s and 90s – has handed over part of the programme’s archive to Cambridge University Library.
Comedian Robin Ince presents Radio 4 science show the Infinite Monkey Cage with Professor Brian Cox. He's bringing his new book about what makes us human to the Cambridge Literary Festival and reveals to Alex Spencer what he learnt about the comedian's psyche, why he's fascinated by his own brain and his secret wish to take LSD
The popular comedian will be appearing at The Junction this Saturday (September 13).
The star – one of the UK’s most celebrated magicians and comedians – will be bringing his new show to the Cambridge Junction this Friday (October 12).
Best known as Frank Spencer Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, and as the Phantom of the Opera, the actor and singer also does a great deal for charity.
The trio's infectious brand of comedy and horror had the packed auditorium in hysterics as the three actors performed old sketches, new sketches and continued on from where the 2017 three-part special left off.
Shappi Khorsandi's brilliant new show, Mistress and Misfit, focuses on Emma, Lady Hamilton, the mistress and misfit who lit up the life of Admiral Nelson and added to the gaiety of nations during the Georgian era.
Ed Byrne has been an acclaimed stand-up (with audiences and critics alike) for 20 years now.
There have been some big changes in Lucy Porter's life recently.
With the world seemingly intent on lurching from one crisis to another, we all need somebody like Stephen K Amos to shine some funny light into our lives.
The popular comedian, one of the regular stars of Mock the Week, is on his biggest nationwide tour to date with his show, Mammoth.
Probably best known for his 18-year stint on BBC 2's music-related panel show Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Phill Jupitus' wide-ranging career has taken in everything from stand-up and TV, to radio acting, poetry and podcasting.
Mothers gathered from all over in a church in Ely to hear the gods of honest parenting, and praise the book of the Scummy Mummies.
Wearing a trilby and a sharp suit, comedian Steve Jameson's foul-mouthed pensioner Sol Bernstein is back with more outrageous remarks.