July is set to be a busy month for Chambers Management as Edinburgh shows are finalised, five acts head to Montreal and Sarah Millican launches a brand new tour…

Sarah Millican’s new show Control Enthusiast is on sale with record breaking day one sales.

Sarah Millican’s eagerly-awaited new tour show Control Enthusiast is on sale now! The tour will run throughout 2018 with 131 performances currently scheduled around the UK and Ireland. Tickets, venues and dates are available here.

The cover of Sarah’s debut book How To Be Champion will be revealed this month. The book is already available to pre-order here.

Sarah will appear on The One Show for BBC One on the 5th July, chatting about the tour and her book. You can watch it live at 8pm or catch up here.

The end of July sees Sarah heading off to Montreal for the Just For Laughs comedy festival. She will be making special guest appearances as part of the Brit(ish) line-up at L’Astral (26th, 27th and 28th July) as well as performing a Work In Progress show at the Mainline Theatre on the 29th July at 10pm. More information and tickets are available here.

Frankie Boyle’s brilliant new series ‘New World Order’ continues on BBC2.

After a very successful first month on air, BBC2’s Frankie Boyle’s New World Order continues on Friday nights at 10pm. Each episode sees Frankie and his guests dissect the week’s news, and you can watch the first two here.

Frankie also continues his preparations for his run of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Frankie Boyle: Prometheus Volume I will have two short runs of dates at the EICC during the month. Tickets are on sale now and available here.

Jimmy Carr continues to take his Best Of… tour around the UK before heading to Montreal for the Just for Laughs comedy festival as Your Face or Mine continues to air on Comedy Central.

Comedy Central’s Your Face or Mine continues to be a hit on Wednesday nights at 8pm. You can watch clips of the show, co-hosted by Jimmy Carr and Katherine Ryan, online here.

Meanwhile Jimmy continues taking his Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour to venues round the UK. You can find tickets and dates near you here.

Jimmy will also be recording an episode of Sky 1’s A League of Their Own this month, alongside Jack Whitehall, James Corden, Freddie Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp. Find out more here.

Jimmy will also be appearing at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal at the end of the month. He will be performing as part of The Nasty Show line-up which you can find tickets for here.

Russell Brand’s Re:Birth tour comes to London’s Regent’s Park and more episodes of his brilliant podcast Under the Skin are released.

Re:Birth, the latest tour from Russell Brand, comes to London this month with a special performance at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on Sunday 30th July. You can get more information about the tour, including dates near you, here.

Russell also records more episodes of Under the Skin this month, his weekly podcast which gets beneath the surface of the people and events which define our time. Listen to episodes and be the first to find out about this month’s fascinating guests here. 

You can also catch Russell hosting his show about ‘joy, unity and togetherness’ on Radio X on Sundays between 11am and 1pm. Listen live and listen again here.

David O’Doherty records the pilot of his sitcom Stuck for Sky.

The pilot episode of David O’Doherty’s tv show Stuck, made for Sky, is being recorded this month. The sitcom is set on board a ship, stuck in Antarctic ice, in 1917 and will be recorded in front of an audience on Monday 3rd July. You can get tickets to the recording and find out more here.

Joe Lycett co-hosts the Greg James Show on Radio One, records an episode of BBC 1’s Would I Lie To You?and co-hosts Sunday Brunch before going to Montreal.

A busy month for Joe Lycett kicks off with him co-hosting the Greg James drive time show for Radio One live from Wimbledon. The special episode will be on air between 4 and 7pm on the 5th July and you can listen live here.

July also sees Joe recording an episode of Would I Lie to You?  for BBC 1. Find out if Joe is able to bluff his deepest secrets when it airs later this year…

After his great work in May, Joe returns as a co-host on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch this month. You can watch it live from 9:30am on the 16th July. Find out more here.

Joe is also making the trip to Montreal this month, to perform at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. He will form part of the Brit(ish) line-up at L’Astral on 26th, 27th and 28th July, which you can buy tickets for here.

An exciting month for Aisling Bea as she begins recording Dave’s Taskmaster and appears at the Just for Laughs comedy festival.

Recording begins this month for the new series of Taskmaster from Dave, which returns for its fifth series in the New Year. Aisling will be a contestant in the show alongside Nish Kumar, Sally Phillips, Bob Mortimer and Mark Watson. You can find out more about the series here.

Aisling is travelling to Montreal for the Just for Laughs comedy festival. She joins Joe Lycett and Sarah Millican on the line-up for Brit(ish) which will be at L’Astral between on the 26th, 27th and 28th July. You can get tickets here.

Jack Whitehall records more episodes of Sky 1’s A League of Their Own and brings his tour show At Large to London.

Another busy month for Jack as At Large comes to London. He will be performing the show on the 20th, 21st and 22nd of July at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith. He will also be at the Wales Millennium Centre on the 15th July and Manchester Apollo on the 16th July. You can get tickets and find out more here.

Recording also continues for Jack on A League of Their Own for Sky 1. You can find out more about this and A League of Their Own US Road Trip 2.0 here.

The first series of Holly Walsh’s Motherland begins recording for BBC 2.

BBC 2’s Motherland begins recording this month. Co-created and written by Holly Walsh, Sharon Horgan and Graham and Helen Linehan, it piloted in September 2016 to great acclaim and is returning as a six part series. You can find out more about it here.

Pippa Evans puts the finishing touches to Joy Provision!, appears on The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast and performs with Showstopper! in London.

Pippa Evans has hit the ground running after returning from performing in Montreal with Showstopper! The Improvised Musical. She is performing previews of her show for the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival Joy Provision! up and down the UK this month. The show will be at the Pleasance Courtyard at 14:40 throughout the festival. Get your tickets now.

Showstopper! will be in London this month. The improvised musical will be at the Lyric Theatre on the 17th July. Find out more here.

Pippa also appears as Stuart Goldsmith’s guest on The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast.
The episode delves into Pippa’s background as a comedian, improviser as well as her role in developing secular movement, Sunday Assembly. You can listen here.  (http://www.comedianscomedian.com/about/)

Jack Carroll records all new episodes of Trollied for Sky 1.

Recording begins for the new series of Sky 1’s Trollied this month. Jack has been playing the role of Harry in the sitcom, set in a supermarket, since 2014.

Stuart Goldsmith prepares to take Like I Mean It to the Edinburgh Fringe and travels to Montreal for Just For Laughs.

Stuart Goldsmith’s show Like I Mean It will be at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe. The show, which will be Stuart’s seventh hour of stand-up, is at the Liquid Rooms Annexe at 15:45, 5th-27th August. You can find out more here.

Stuart will be taking The Comedian’s Comedian podcast to Montreal this month as part of the Just for Laughs festival. The one-off live interview will be at the Hyatt Regency Ovation Room on the 29th July and you can get your tickets here.

Larry Dean records Breaking the News for BBC Radio Scotland and prepares to take Fandan to the Edinburgh Fringe.

Larry Dean will record an episode of satirical news show Breaking the News for BBC Radio Scotland this month. You can find episodes and information here.

Larry’s Edinburgh show is on sale now! Fandan will be at Monkey Barrell at 18:40 from 3rd-27th (not 15th) of August and you can buy your tickets here.

Catherine Bohart prepares for her Edinburgh Fringe debut.

Catherine Bohart will perform as part of The Comedy Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. One of the shows four performers, Catherine will entertain audiences in the Pleasance Dome at 21:30. You can get your tickets here.