Happy new year from Chambers Management! It’s all go from the offset with Roast Battle Week commencing on Comedy Central UK, Larry Dean appearing on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show for BBC1 and much, much more…

January is already off to a flying start for Jimmy Carr as Roast Battle returns to Comedy Central UK and he takes his Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour to even more of Europe!

It’s #RoastBattle Week on Comedy Central UK next week, as the hit show returns for its third season. Jimmy Carr joins Katherine Ryan and Jonathan Ross on the panel of judges overseeing the latest raft of roasters braving the ring. Catch Roast Battle every day from the 14th – 18th January at 10pm on Comedy Central UK, then on Wednesdays at 11pm. Find out more here.

Jimmy Carr records a new series of Your Face or Mine for Comedy Central UK this month. The show sees Jimmy and Katherine Ryan ask couples the scariest question of all: ‘Who’s Hotter?’ Find out more here.

Jimmy’s brand new show contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things.
Terrible things that might have affected you or people you know and love.
But they’re just jokes – they are not the terrible things.
Having political correctness at a comedy show is like having health and safety at a rodeo.

Now you’ve been warned, buy a ticket.

January also sees Jimmy record new episodes of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown for Channel 4. Check out past episodes here.

Jimmy’s Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour continues to make international stops this month, with performances in Lithuania, Latvia, Switzerland and Iceland. Find out more here.

Sarah Millican takes her Control Enthusiast tour to New Zealand and you can buy the show on DVD now!

The international leg of Sarah Millican’s Control Enthusiast tour begins this month, with shows in Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand. Sarah takes the show to Australia in February, then returns to Europe in March. Find out more and book tickets here.

Can’t make it to a Control Enthusiast tour date? Want to watch the show at home? Get your copy of Sarah’s DVD (or digital download) now! Find yours here.

A mammoth year of TV begins for Joe Lycett this month as he records his new series, Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, for Channel 4.

Joe Lycett begins recording his brand new comedy consumer affairs show, Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, for Channel 4 this month. The show, which will air later in 2019, sees Joe take on companies on behalf of the people of the UK. Find out more here.

Have you got your copy of I’m About To Lose Control and I Think Joe Lycett yet? Why not? It’s available to buy as a DVD or digital download here.

David O’Doherty’s YOU HAVE TO LAUGH tour continues and David appears on episodes of The Unbelievable Truth for BBC Radio 4.

David O’Doherty hits the road again this month with his YOU HAVE TO LAUGH tour, which comes to even more venues in the UK and Ireland in 2019. Find out more and book your tickets online here.

David also appears on two episodes of The Unbelievable Truth for BBC Radio 4 this month. Catch one episode at 6:30pm on the 21st January, and listen to David’s previous attempts to bamboozle fellow panellists here.

Larry Dean appears on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show for BBC1 and Roast Battle for Comedy Central UK and his Bampot tour is on sale now!

Did you miss Larry Dean’s superb stand-up performance on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show this Saturday? You can catch up online now.

Larry will take on Tom Allen in a brand-new episode of Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle which airs on Monday 14th January at 10pm. Check out previous roasts and find out more here.

Get your tickets for Larry Dean’s Bampot tour now!

Aisling Bea begins filming Happy AF for Channel 4.

Happy AF, the new sitcom created by Aisling Bea, begins filming this month. You can find out more about the show, which was selected by Hollywood Reporter as one of their ‘UK Comedies That Could Break Out in the U.S.’ here.

Catherine Bohart is named Comedy Face to Watch for 2019 by The Times and appears on an episode of A Good Read for BBC Radio 4.

The Times has named Catherine Bohart as their Comedy Face to Watch for 2019. Check out the article online here.

Catherine will appear on an episode of BBC Radio 4’s A Good Read on the 29th January. She’ll be chatting about Anna Burns’ 2018 Man Booker Prize winning novel, Milkman. Tune in at 4:30pm or catch up online here.

Book your tickets now to see Catherine Bohart’s critically acclaimed debut hour of stand-up comedy, Immaculate, at London’s Soho Theatre. It runs from the 25th February to the 2nd March and you can get yours here

Did you hear Catherine on the BBC’s Evil Genius podcast with Russell Kane last month? Catch up and find out whether Joan Rivers was evil or a genius, online here.

Tickets for Stuart Goldsmith’s End Of tour are on sale now!

Stu’s back with a comic odyssey on how it works out in the end, and whether anyone cares.

Intelligent stand-up comedy for everybody, but of particular interest to people over thirty who’ve lost touch with all their old friends and can’t eat just the one pain au chocolat.
Featuring ultimates, absolutes and surprisingly few conclusions.

“Truly a comedy masterclass… Endlessly inventive” **** The List

Book your tickets here.

Holly Walsh appears on episodes of BBC Radio 4’s The Unbelievable Truth.

Holly Walsh appears on two episodes of BBC Radio 4’s The Unbelievable Truth this month. You can listen along on the 21st January at 6:30pm and catch up on previous truths and lies here.

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical comes to The Other Palace Theatre and Pippa Evans returns to the We Need To Talk About podcast.

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical will make The Other Palace Theatre in London’s West End its home through January, February and March 2019. Get your tickets here!

Pippa Evans records an episode of the We Need To Talk About podcast for Spotify this month. She joins Jolyon Rubinstein and a panel of guests in discussing the week’s news, with the episode available exclusively to Spotify from the 25th January. Find episodes here.

If you haven’t read Pippa’s article for The Guardian on ‘The Christmas I Realised That I Wasn’t Going to be Jesus the Second’ then check it out online here.

Jack Carroll’s episode of BBC1’s Father Brown is on iPlayer now.

If you missed Jack Carroll on Father Brown for BBC1, you can catch up on The Great Train Robbery on the iPlayer