Jimmy Carr records episodes of Channel 4’s Big Fat Quiz Of Everything, Sky1’s A League Of Their Own and to perform at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival

Jimmy Carr will be recording brand new episodes of Channel 4’s Big Fat Quiz Of Everything this month. You can find out more about the show here.

In other Jimmy news, he will be joining Jack Whitehall and gang on an episode of A League Of Their Own, recording this month for Sky1. You can find out more about the show here.

Jimmy will also be appearing again at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festivalthis month. You can find out more about Jimmy’s appearances at the festival here.

Finally, you can catch Jimmy on his Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour. Find out more about the show and buy tickets here.

Pippa Evans brings Same Same but Different to the Edinburgh Fringe, plus Showstopper! and The Glenda J Collective

Pippa Evans will be bringing three shows to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. She will perform at 1.45pm on 6th-19th August and 22nd-28th August at Bannermans (Venue 357) with her brand new solo show Same Same but Different.

Pippa Evans returns from winning an Olivier (Showstopper! The Improvised Musical), some bits on TV (Drunk History, Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled) and a sitcom on BBC Radio 4 (Josh Howie’s Losing It) to tell jokes and sing at you. Come join Chortle’s Music and Variety Act of 2016 for more marvellous inspirtainment™. ‘You’ll be grinning for the rest of the day’ (Guardian).

You can find out more about the show here.

Pippa will also be starring regularly as part of the Olivier Award-winning Showstopper! ensemble (Aug 3-15, 17-28 at the Pleasance Courtyard – tickets here and doing a one-off show with fellow improvisers Cariad Lloyd, Josie Lawrence and Ruth Bratt as the Glenda J Collective on 5th August at the Pleasance Courtyard. Tickets here.

Josh Howie appears on Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled on Dave, plus set to announce debut UK tour

You can still catch Josh Howie’s appearance on Dave’s As Yet Untitled alongside host Alan Davies, Eddie Izzard, Bridget Christie and Stephen K Amos. Watch it here.

Josh will also soon announce details of his first nationwide tour. Follow us on Twitter (@chambersmgt) for further details.

Jack Whitehall records new episodes of Sky1’s A League Of Their Own, Decline and Fall for BBC2 and set to go on tour with At Large

Jack Whitehall will be joining Messrs Corden, Redknapp and Flintoff for more episodes of A League Of Their Own, recording this month for Sky1. You can find out more about the show here.

In other Jack news, he will star alongside Eva Longoria and David Suchet in the BBC adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic novel Decline and Fall.

And finally you can buy tickets for Jack’s upcoming nationwide tour of new show At Large. Full list of dates here.

Sarah Millican continues UK tour, plus new DVD available for pre-order

Sarah Millican is still on tour with her show Outsider. Dates and tickets here.

You can also pre-order Sarah’s latest DVD here.

David O’Doherty returns to the Fringe with Big Time

David O’Doherty returns to the Fringe with brand new stand-up show Big Time:

David O’Doherty – the Aldi Bublé, the Ryanair Enya – is delighted to present a brand new hour of talking and songs in a haunted Victorian hall on a hill with portraits of men who look like cocker spaniels.

The show is on Aug 4-15, 17-28 at Assembly Hall (venue 45). Tickets and more info here.

Joe Lycett continues UK tour, record new episodes of BBC Radio 4’s It’s Not What You Know and debut DVD available for pre-order

That’s The Way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett continues to tour the UK with Joe returning to the Edinburgh Fringe in August for the final five UK performances of Chortle’s Best Show 2016. You can buy tickets here.

In other Joe news, he will be hosting more episodes of It’s Not What You Know, recording this month for BBC Radio 4. Find out more about the show here.

You can also pre-order Joe’s forthcoming debut DVD here.

Jack Carroll to star on new series of Sky1’s Trollied, to appear as part of Pleasance Comedy Reserve at Edinburgh Fringe, plus appearing on Channel 4’s Superhumans

Jack Carroll will reprise his role as Harry on sitcom Trollied, recording this month for Sky1. You can watch previous episodes of the show here.

Jack will also be appearing in an episode of Channel 4’s Superhumans, broadcasting at 11am on 30th July. You can find out more about the show here.

In other Jack news, he will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of the Pleasance Comedy Reserve at the Courtyard. To find out more about the show and to book tickets, go here.

Stuart Goldsmith appears on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central plus brings his new show Compared to What to the Edinburgh Fringe

You can watch Stuart Goldsmith on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central on Comedy Central, broadcasting 10pm on 13th July. Find out more about the show here.

Stuart will also be bringing his brand new show Compared to What to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival:

A new hour of funny, not entirely about becoming a parent. Via Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central on Comedy Central and Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled on Dave.

‘A charming, expert stand-up’ (Sunday Times)
‘Makes it look easy’ **** (Chortle.co.uk)
‘Quietly perfect’ ***** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)
‘A supremely talented stand-up, with a wonderfully funny view of the world and an effortless charm’ (Time Out)
‘Consistently, dependably and utterly funny’ (ThreeWeeks)

Nominee: 2015 Amused Moose Comedy Awards.
Nominee: Chortle Awards 2013 and 2014.
Winner: New Zealand Comedy Festival Best International 2014.

You can catch the show at 3.45pm at the Liquid Room Annexe (Venue 276) from 6th-14th and 16th-28th August. Find out more and buy tickets here.

Aisling Bea to appear on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch

Aisling Bea is set to be a guest on an episode of Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch. You can watch her live in the studio on 10th July at 9am or after on demand here.

Luke Kempner appears on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side on Channel 5, BBC3’s Murder In Successville, to star in BBC1’sThe Tracy Ullman Show, brings Judi Dench Broke My Heart to the Edinburgh Fringe and to appear on Matt Richardson’s Virgin Radio show

Luke Kempner will be performing impressions on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side on Channel 5. It airs 11.05pm on 12th July. You can find out more about the show here.

Luke is also in the current series of Murder In Successville, playing Jeremy Kyle in the latest episode which is available to watch here.

In August, Luke will bring his show Judi Dench Broke My Heart to the Edinburgh Fringe:

Impressionist and star of The Only Way Is Downton, Luke Kempner, can’t wait to marry Judi Dench. But has Britain’s most celebrated thespian only been acting like she’s in love? Will they be getting a honeymoon room with a view or is Luke’s sky about to fall? Our hero is joined by a stellar cast of celebrities on a quest in the name of love.

As seen on Murder in Successville (BBC Three), Luke Kempner’s Impression of 2015 (ITV2) and Drunk History (Comedy Central).

‘A remarkable tour-de-force’ **** (Telegraph).
‘Gloriously funny’ **** (Independent).

Luke will be performing at the Pleasance Dome at 7pm (Venue 23) from 3rd-14th and 16th-28th August. Find out more and buy tickets here.

In other Luke news, he’s set to star in the new series of Tracy Ullman’s Show for BBC1. You can find out more about the show here. He’ll also be appearing on Matt Richardson’s Virgin Radio show from 4pm on Friday 29th July.

For any comp requests or other enquiries relating to Luke, please emailliz@chambersmgt.com

Larry Dean brings Farcissist to the Edinburgh Fringe, plus to appear at Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival

Larry Dean will bring his new show Farcissist to the Edinburgh Fringe:

Fosters Comedy Award 2015 nominee and gallus Glaswegian Larry Dean returns to the Fringe with a show about emotional detachments and an absent love life. It’s essentially jokes about intimacy in a bigger room. Sell-out show 2015.

As seen on Live from the BBC (BBC 2), Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and Elevenish (ITV2).

Winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year 2013.
‘The audience lap up his cheeky-chappie shtick… here’s to a generation of new Billy Connollys’ (Guardian)
‘Definitely one to watch’ (Time Out)
‘Fascinatingly funny’ (Evening Standard)
‘Dean is unmissable’ ***** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)

You can catch Larry at the Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33) at 7.15pm from 3rd-14th and 16th-28th August. Find out more and buy tickets here.

Larry will also be making his debut appearance at Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival this month. Follow him on Twitter (@larrydeancomedy) for further details.

In other Larry news, he’ll be reviewing the papers on the TalkRadio Morning Showfrom 8am on Saturday 9th July.

For any comp requests or other enquiries relating to Larry, please emailliz@chambersmgt.com

Sarah Callaghan brings 24 to the Edinburgh Fringe

Sarah Callaghan will perform her show 24 at the Edinburgh Fringe:

Change your life in 24 hours? A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single cliche. Award-winning stand-up, Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee 2015.
‘Fiercely impressive’ **** (Scotsman).
‘A powerhouse. She’s an utter natural on stage’ **** (Chortle.co.uk).
‘The instant she steps on the stage you know you’re in the presence of someone new and special’ ***** (Mirror).

You can catch her at the Pleasance Dome (Venue 23) at 8.20pm from 3rd-14th and 16th-28th August. Find out more and buy tickets here.

For any comp requests or other enquiries relating to Sarah, please emailliz@chambersmgt.com