Legendary Brummie comic Jasper Carrott will be bringing his new show, Stand Up & Rock, to Cambridge on Friday, September 13
From 'bespoke' porn involving gallons of ketchup, to the sad tale of a performer's suicide, Jon Ronson reports from the frontline of adult film
The Canadian star of Mock The Week and Live at The Apollo is bringing his final tour to Cambridge
Comedian Mark Steel talks about Brexit, divorce and losing his best friend
Another popular play from the Mischief Theatre company, now in its third year in the West End, had the audience in stitches on Wednesday, February 20
Ardal O'Hanlon, the Irish comedian writer, and star of such TV hits as Father Ted and Death In Paradise brings his stand-up show to the city
In a world gone mad can philosophy help? Comedian Rob Newman *thinks* he has the answer.
The comedian, writer and television personality will be performing her new show, Pass It On, at The Junction in March
The stand-up and television regular certainly has a lot to say on the issues of the day, and he will be doing just that on January 27
A near-packed Corn Exchange enjoyed surrealist flights of fancy into the Geordie comedian's wild imagination.
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