Chambers acts win at Chortle Award

Chambers acts enjoyed a bumper evening at the Chortle Awards last week, winning every award they were nominated for.

Joe Lycett walked away with Best Show for That’s The Way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett, Pippa Evans won Best Music and Variety (plus Best Character Improv or Sketch as part of Showstoppers!) and Sarah Millican’s Standard Issue Magazine was victorious in the Best Book and Publishing category. You can find a full list of winners here.

Jimmy Carr: Funny Business available now on Netflix, plus Jimmy to appear on The Late Late Show with James Corden and Channel 4’s Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Jimmy Carr’s special Funny Business is now available to stream worldwide on Netflix. You can watch it here.

You can find all the dates for Jimmy’s international dates and upcoming Best Of, Ultimate, Gold Greatest Hits tour here.

Jimmy recently performed stand-up on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. You can watch it here. He’ll also be appearing alongside James Corden on The Late Late Showthis month on CBS. Find out more about the show here.

In other Jimmy news, he’ll be joining Alan Carr for an episode of Chatty Man, broadcasting 10pm on 31st March, and Lee Mack for an episode of Sky1’s Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, also recording this month. You can find out more about the show here.

Frankie Boyle to release Netflix special, plus to record episodes of The Jonathan Ross Show for ITV1 and Frank Skinner On Demand with… for BBC iPlayer

Frankie Boyle’s Netflix special Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved is set for release on Netflix UK on April 1st. You can sign up to Netflix here.

Frankie will also be joining Jonathan Ross on The Jonathan Ross Show, broadcasting at 10pm 2nd April on ITV1. You can find out more about the show here. In other Frankie news, he’ll be recording an episode of Frank Skinner On Demand for iPlayer this month. You can find out more about the show here.

You can still catch Frankie on tour with Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved. Dates and tickets here.

Pippa Evans to appear on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News

Pippa Evans will be recording an episode of BBC Radio Scotland panel show Breaking The News this month. Find out more about the show here.

You can also see Pippa performing her show There Are No Guilty Pleasures at the Camden Head on 29th and 30th March. Tickets here.

You can still catch Pippa as part of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical at the Lyric Theatre. Dates and tickets here.

Jack Whitehall shows available on Netflix, plus to star in Mother’s Day

You can now watch Jack Whitehall’s Live and Gets Around shows on Netflix here.

Jack is also starring in the film Mother’s Day, released in the USA on 29th April. You canwatch the trailer here.

Sarah Millican to go on Australasian tour, plus to record Pointless Celebrities

Sarah Millican will be touring Australia and New Zealand this month with new showOutsider. You can find dates and buy tickets here.

In other Sarah news she will be teaming up with Gary Delaney for an episode ofPointless Celebrities, recording this month for BBC2. You can find out more about the show here.

Joe Lycett to release book plus to record episode of Sky1’s Duck Quacks Don’t Echo

Joe Lycett will release his debut book this year. Parsnips: Buttered will be released on Hodder Stoughton in the autumn. You can find out more about the book here.

Joe will also be joining Lee Mack for hit panel show Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, recording this month for Sky1.

Jack Carroll to be part of Pleasance Comedy Reserve at Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Jack Carroll will be performing as part of the Pleasance’s Comedy Reserve this summer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can find out more about the show here.

Stuart Goldsmith to interview Romesh Ranganathan for The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast Live, plus on tour with An Hour

You can catch the final Comedian’s Comedian live podcast of the current run at Soho Theatre on 4th April. Stuart will be interviewing Romesh Ranganathan. You can buy tickets here.

Stuart is also currently on tour with his show, An Hour. You can find dates and purchase tickets here.

Aisling Bea to record Duck Quacks Don’t Echo for Sky1, plusChild Genius for Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer

Aisling Bea will be appearing alongside Lee Mack and guests on Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, recording this month for Sky1. You can find out more about the show here.

In other Aisling news, she will be appearing on Stand Up To Cancer’s special edition ofChild Genius for Channel 4. Follow her on twitter for the latest broadcast details.

Holly Walsh records BBC2 pilot Motherland, plus to appear on Frank Skinner’s Absolute Radio show and Channel 4’sSuperhumans

Holly Walsh’s BBC2 pilot Motherland records this month. You can find out more about the show, co-written with Sharon Horgan, Graham Linehan and Helen Linehan, here.

In other Holly news, she will be co-hosting Frank Skinner’s show this month on Absolute Radio, broadcasting 2nd April at 8am. You can find out more about the show here.

Holly will also be a guest on Superhumans, recording this month for Channel 4. You can find out more about the show here.

For all enquiries relating to Holly, please email Liz Hadley.

Larry Dean at Melbourne, Perth and Sydney comedy festivals plus appears on ITV2’s Elevenish

Larry Dean is currently at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, performing as part of theNew Order line-up. You can find out more about the show here. He also performed as part of the Melbourne Comedy Gala which was recorded for broadcast on Australian network television.

He will also be performing his solo show Out Now! at the Sydney and Perth comedy festivals, as well as on a number of line-up shows. You can find full details of Larry’s Sydney Comedy Festival appearances here and Perth Comedy Festival appearances here.

In other Larry news, he was on ITV2 sketch show Elevenish. You can watch the show here. You can still stream Larry’s stand-up performance on Live From The BBC here.

For all enquiries relating to Larry, please email Liz Hadley.

Sarah Callaghan to perform at Sydney and Perth comedy festivals, plus appears on ITV2’s Elevenish

Sarah Callaghan will be performing her solo show Elephant at both the Sydney and Melbourne Comedy Festivals as well as on a number of mixed bill line-ups. You can find full details of Sarah’s Sydney Comedy Festival appearances here and Perth Comedy Festival appearances here.

In other Sarah news, she appeared on the first episode of ITV2 sketch show Elevenish. You can watch the show here.

For all enquiries relating to Sarah, please email Liz Hadley.