It’s set to be a busy spring for Chambers Management, as March sees Jimmy Carr’s new Netflix Special drop, Sarah Millican’s international Control Enthusiast tour reach Europe and Jack Carroll’s feature film, Eaten By Lions, hit the big screen!

March is a mammoth month for Jimmy Carr, with his latest special The Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits landing on Netflix and brand new episodes of Comedy Central’s Your Face Or Mine and Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown plus a new series of the original 8 Out of 10 Cats airing.

Jimmy Carr’s Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits lands on Netflix this month. The special, which is Jimmy’s second on the streaming behemoth, will be available to watch from the 12th March, dropping at 12:01am PT. Find out more here.

Jimmy will appear on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon this month, chatting about his Netflix special. You can catch the Jimmys on Thursday 14th March at 11:35pm PT. Check out the tonight show online here.

You can also see Jimmy chatting about his new Netflix special on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch this month. Make sure you’re watching from 9:30am on Sunday 24th. If you want to see The Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits tour live, there’s still time! The international tour continues, this month to Switzerland, Czech Republic, Portugal, Hong Kong and Korea. Find out more here.

March also sees Jimmy record more episodes of Comedy Central’s hit show, Your Face Or Mine. This series will air later in 2019, but you can catch the current series on Wednesday’s at 8pm on Comedy Central UK. Find out more here.

8 Out of 10 Cats returns to E4 later this month. The 21st series of the show, with Jimmy as host, will air on at 9pm on Sunday nights from the 24th March. Check out previous episodes here.

Jimmy will record an episode of BBC2’s QI this month. The show, which asks what Quite Interesting facts we can learn, will air later this year. More episodes here.

Terribly Funny, the brand-new tour from Jimmy Carr, begins in the UK in May! Get your tickets here.

Jack Carroll hits the big screen as the lead role in Eaten By Lions.

Jack Carroll has a starring role in Eaten By Lions (Mecca Films) which lands in cinemas from the 29th March! Find out more here.

Joe Lycett starts filming his hotly anticipated new Channel 4 series Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back plus a couple of guest spots on QI for BBC2, whilst continuing his role as host on BBC2’s Sewing Bee.

Joe Lycett continues recording episodes of his brand-new consumer affairs show, Got Your Back for Channel 4 this month. The series, which will air later in 2019, sees Joe take on big companies and consumer gripes in the quest for justice! More here.

Joe’s first series as host of The Great British Sewing Bee continues on Tuesday nights at 9pm on BBC2. Catch up on the rest of the series here.

Joe will also record two new episodes of BBC2’s QI this month. Check out previous episodes of the show, in which contestants are rewarded for their quite interesting answers, here.

David O’Doherty appears on Dave’s Hypothetical.

David O’Doherty will appear on an episode of Hypothetical for Dave this month, alongside Guz Khan, Sara Pascoe and Cariad Lloyd. The brand new show, hosted by Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster, asks panellists what they would do in increasingly weird and wonderful, hypothetical situations. Catch up online here.

Stuart Goldsmith releases his stand-up special, Like I Mean It, and adds new dates to his End Of tour.

Stuart Goldsmith has partnered with YouTube comedy channel Dead Parrot to launch his latest hour stand up special Like I Mean It. Released on 28th February, you can watch the show here.

Stuart has also announced new dates added to his End Of tour. Now continuing into autumn 2019, get your tickets online here.

Holly Walsh has a busy month of television ahead, recording episodes of BBC2’s QI and Richard Osman’s House of Games and Dave’s Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier.

Holly Walsh will record an episode of Dave’s Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier this month. The show invites its guest to join Jon in exploring and rating the things, on a global or local scale, which worry them. Check out previous worries here.

March also sees Holly record another two episodes of BBC2’s QI. Check out previous quite interesting episodes here.

Holly will also record episodes of Richard Osman’s House of Games for BBC2 this month. The series will air later in 2019 and sees groups of famous test their general knowledge skills in a variety of games. Check out previous series here.

Larry Dean adds more dates to his Bampot tour and appears on A Night At The Theatre for BBC Scotland.

Did you miss Larry on BBC Scotland’s A Night At The Theatre? Catch up online here!

Larry Dean has added more dates to his Bampot tour! The Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated show is hitting venues across the UK and Ireland in 2019 and you can book your tickets here.

Sarah Millican tours Europe and records episodes of BBC2’s QI.

Sarah Millican will record two episodes of QI for BBC2 this month! Check out previous episodes here.

March also sees Sarah bring her Control Enthusiast tour to Belgium, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Switzerland. Find out more here.

Catherine Bohart adds an extra date at Soho Theatre and records an episode of Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier for Dave.

Catherine Bohart has added an extra date to her run of performances of Immaculate at London’s Soho Theatre. Catherine’s debut hour was critically acclaimed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has already sold out a week of performances at the theatre. Book your ticket for the extra performance on the 21st March here.

Catherine will also be bringing Immaculate to Glasgow International Comedy Festival this month. Get your tickets for the 17th March, here.

Catherine has recorded Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier for Dave. Catch Catherine sharing her worries with the rest of the panel when the show airs later this year. More episodes here.

Aisling Bea finishes recording her sitcom This Way Up for Channel 4, plus she records episodes of BBC2’s QI and Channel 4’s The Last Leg.

Aisling Bea wraps filming on the first series of her Channel 4 series, This Way Up, this month. The show, written by Aisling and starring Aisling, is a sharp and poignant comedy which explores how the pursuit of happiness is different for everyone. Find out more here.

March sees Aisling record two episodes of BBC’s QI, which will air later in 2019. Catch up on previous episodes here.

Aisling will also appear on an episode of Channel 4’s The Last Leg, airing live on Friday 29th. She joins Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker in dissecting the week’s news, and, possibly, Brexit. Catch previous episodes online here.

Russell Brand takes part in Channel 4’s The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer this month.