A busy July ahead for Chambers Management as Jimmy Carr begins recording the second series of Roast Battle UK for Comedy Central UK, Joe Lycett announces his new Saturday night show for BBC 1, The Time It Takes, and the countdown to the Edinburgh Fringe begins…

Jimmy Carr returns from filming his Netflix panel show The Fix and begins recording the latest series of Roast Battle UK for Comedy Central UK, before heading out to Montreal for the Just For Laughs Festival.

Jimmy Carr returns to the UK this month after filming his Netflix panel show, The Fix. The show sees host Jimmy and team captains Katherine Ryan and D.L. Hughley attempt to solve the world’s biggest problems, with the help of guest comics and experts. Find out more online here.

Recording begins on series 2 of Roast Battle UK this month. The Comedy Central UK show, which smashed ratings in its first series, pits comedians against one another in a savage battle of wits, all in front of a panel of seasoned comedy judges. Jimmy Carr hosts, and joins the judging panel for the shows, recorded in front of a live audience at Brixton Electric in London. Find out more here.

The new series of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, hosted by Jimmy Carr, begins on Channel 4 this month. The 9-part series returns on Friday 13th July with a special all-female episode to mark 100 years since some women in the UK gained the right to vote.
Catch up and watch online here.

Jimmy’s Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour continues internationally throughout 2018 and Jimmy is taking the show to Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal this month. Catch his shows there from the 21st – 28th July by booking online here.
Find more international tour dates here.

The Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords tour continues.

The Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords tour, which resumed last month, draws to a close with four nights at London’s Eventim Apollo.

Sarah Millican’s How To Be Champion becomes Sunday Times Bestseller for the second time!

Sarah Millican’s debut book, How To Be Champion, became a Sunday Times Bestseller for the second time last month, after its release in paperback in May. If you haven’t found out how to be champion yet, order your copy online here.

Sarah’s Control Enthusiast tour continues around the UK throughout 2018. Book your tickets online here.

Don’t miss Frankie Boyle’s Promethius Volume III at Edinburgh Playhouse and Glasgow Theatre Royal this August!

Frankie Boyle brings Volume Three of his eight-volume Prometheus sequence to a baffled Edinburgh Playhouse.

Watch Frankie’s consciousness pilot an old man’s body around the stage, telling jokes about some very important things that you don’t care about.

Visit his website here.

Joe Lycett announces new prime time Saturday night game show and Joe Lycett’s Obsessions begins airing on BBC Radio 4.

Joe Lycett has announced that he will host a brand new, prime time game show for BBC One. The Time It Takes challenges celebrities and members of the public to answer as many questions as they possibly can during the time it takes competitors to complete various specific tasks. The eight-part series will launch later this year and you can find out more online here.

Joe Lycett’s Obsessions begins airing this month on BBC Radio 4. Tune in on Thursday at 6:30pm from the 19th July to find out all about the weird, wonderful obsessions of Joe, his celebrity guests and his audience. Find out more here!

Pop in and see Joe Lycett on his brand new stand-up tour, where he’ll be sharing jokes, paintings and some of the pathetic internet trolling he’s been up to recently.

A man who makes funny seem easy.(Guardian)

If you want to bet on the next mainstream stand-up star put your shirt on Joe Lycett.
(Evening Standard)

Book your tickets here. 

Larry Dean announces his Bampot tour.

Larry Dean’s Bampot tour is now on sale! The show, which Larry is performing at the Edinburgh Fringe this August, will tour the UK in the autumn of 2018 with more dates to be announced for spring 2019. Find out more and book your tickets online here.

Fresh from a sell-out international tour and smash-hit Live at the Apollo debut, Larry Dean has a new hour of ‘unexpected and excellent‘ **** (Times) thoughts on Scottishness, sodomites and self-esteem. ‘Confessional storytelling at its funniest‘ ***** (Herald).

July is a mega month for Pippa Evans as The Glenda J Collective perform a run at the Soho Theatre, There Will Be Cake and Brexit go on sale and Pippa’s episode of My Teenage Diary airs on BBC Radio 4.

Pippa Evans joins host Rufus Hound for an episode of BBC Radio 4’s My Teenage Diary on Tuesday 3rd July. Tune in at 6:30pm to find out what teenage Pippa had to say on crushes, Christian camp and being a Michael Palin superfan. Listen online here.

There Will Be Cake, an all-star improv show from Pippa Evans, Marcus Brigstocke, Rachel Parris and Paul Foxcroft, will be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018. Don’t miss your chance to see the show, from the 15-19th August (not 17th). Book your tickets online here.

Pippa will also star in new political satire Brexit at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August, alongside Mike McShane, Jo Caulfield, Hal Cruttenden and Timothy Bentinck. Find out more about the show and book your tickets online here.

The Glenda J Collective, the superheroes of improv, are performing a run at London’s Soho Theatre this month. The last few tickets are available to see Pippa Evans, Josie Lawrence, Ruth Bratt and Cariad Lloyd smash your minds with improvised songs, sketches and japes.

Book your tickets here.

Book your tickets now to see David O’Doherty’s YOU HAVE TO LAUGH.

David O’Doherty is taking his new show, YOU HAVE TO LAUGH, to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August ahead of it’s UK tour in the Autumn.

Find out more and book your tickets here.

Catherine Bohart: Immaculate at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Catherine Bohart is the bisexual, OCD daughter of an Irish Catholic Deacon and she’s got a hell of a lot to say about it.

A comic with a distinctive voice and a story you’d like to hear.’ (Chortle)
Pretty much the perfect comedy package(Beyond The Joke)

Book your tickets here.

Stuart Goldsmith: End Of at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Stu’s back with some thoughts on how it all works out in the end and whether anyone cares. A comic odyssey through future selves, rare diseases and the chance to convince your son you’ve got some sort of backbone. Featuring ambiti