Top stand up and star of the BBC's 'They Think It's All Over' Lee Hurst has a number of shows coming up - including a NYE event at his own Backyard Bar and dates for a new show titled Things That Make You Go Aaarrrgh - which looks at all those things that really push your buttons.click here for more info
Since 2001, Lucy has been a huge hit with comedy audiences up and down the country with her distinctive, bouncy, feel-good comedy. She is currently on her third sell-out nationwide UK tour as well as appearing on two series of 'Mock the Week', two series of 'Argumental' for the Dave Channel, 'Have I got News for You', 'Clive Anderson's Chat Room', 'Never Mind the Buzzcocks' and 'What the Dickens?click here for more info
Key (37 now) wades back into Soho, climbs into his poetry clothes and leans against his mic stand for another hour. He will recollect simple tales of love, gaze dead-eyed at the ladies, recite verse and do basic talking. A lot of fairly grubby water’s sloshed under Key’s bridge of late so he'll be churning that up.
Developed as a 'work-in-slutgress' at this year's Edinburgh Fringe, 'Single White Slut' is the brand new show from the Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner, Time Out Comedy Performer Of The Year, and star of 'Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa'.
Formerly the Robin to Stewart Lee's comedy Batman (or should that be the other way round?), Richard Herring has steadily established himself as one of the best touring comics in the UK since the duo's 'split' some years ago. Almost half of the WeGotTickets office saw him in Oxford last year, and everyone would recommend getting along to any of these shows to see a true alternative comedy great.click here for more info
Paul Chowdhry, Josh Widdicombe, Seann Walsh & Friends: Work in Progress
Join some of the UK's very best comedians for an exclusive run at London's legendary Up The Creek comedy club. Each week join comedy superstars Paul Chowdhry, of Live At The Apollo fame, The Last Leg's Josh Widdicombe and Big Bad World star Seann Walsh, plus more multi award-winning guests including Simon Evans and Romesh Ranganathan, as they perform intimate work-in-progress shows at the club the Guardian
voted the no.1 comedy club in the UK.