A jam-packed November for Chambers Management, as Flight of the Conchords sell out their UK Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords Tour, Jimmy Carr announces international dates for his Best Of… tour and the first series of Holly Walsh’s Motherland airs on BBC2.

Flight of the Conchords announce their return to the UK, sell out their tour within hours, and add 11 extra dates…

After the announcement of their first tour of the UK and Ireland in seven years, the Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords Tour sold out within hours of their general release.

Due to the overwhelming demand, Bret and Jemaine expanded the tour, announcing 11 additional dates which went on sale on Friday morning.

The Grammy Award-winning folk duo will showcase new material at these shows, with the arena and theatre tour making stops in London, York, Milton, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds, and Liverpool. Find out more about the tour here.

Jimmy Carr’s Best Of… tour goes international, the second series of Your Face Or Mine airs and Jimmy Carr presents a Pride of Britain award.

The Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour from Jimmy Carr will go international next year as Jimmy has announced dates throughout the first half of 2018. Jimmy will take the show to multiple venues around Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Norway in the new year. You can find out more and book tickets for both international and UK dates here.

Your Face Or Mine series 2 from Comedy Central UK continues to air into November. The show, which Jimmy co-hosts with Katherine Ryan, goes out on Wednesday nights at 8pm on Comedy Central. Learn more here.

November also sees Jimmy record an episode of Room 101 for BBC2. You can find out more about the show here.

Jimmy will present a Pride of Britain Award this month. The annual ceremony celebrates the achievements of remarkable and courageous people, and will air on ITV1 at 8pm on Tuesday 7th November. You can learn more about the awards here.

Russell Brand’s Re:Birth tour continues around the UK, as Recovery continues to top the charts.

“How do we make sense of the madness of our lives once we become parents? What am I going to tell my daughter about conformity and responsibility? What happens if she grows up to be like me? Or, worse, to date someone like me?”

Book tickets for the Re:Birth tour here.

Recovery, the latest book from Russell, continues to top the charts, having been named as an Instant New York Times Bestseller in October. Order your copy here.

Don’t forget that you can also hear Russell each week on his Radio X show (Sundays from 11am – 1pm) and his podcast Under The Skin.

Joe Lycett’s 2018 show is on sale now and Joe records the new series of BBC Radio 4’s It’s Not What You Know.

Tickets for I’m About To Lose Control and I Think Joe Lycett, the latest show from the man himself, are on sale now. Joe’s new show will tour the UK throughout much of 2018 and you can buy your tickets for it here.

Joe is recording more episodes of It’s Not What You Know this month for BBC Radio 4. You can find out more about the show, which tests how well celebrity guests know their nearest and dearest, here.

You can now catch up on Joe’s episode of Channel 4’s Travel Man. See what he and Richard Ayoade get up to in Amsterdam here.

Fans of Sarah Millican can book tickets for Control Enthusiast and buy their copies of How To Be Champion now.

How To Be Champion, Sarah Millican’s debut book, remains on the bestseller list after its release last month. You can find out more, and order your copy, here.

Sarah Millican will be on tour throughout 2018 with her latest show, Control Enthusiast.

Sarah Millican is not a control freak, she’s a control enthusiast. She even controls her own insults, see? Do you arrange the nights out? Are you in charge of passports on holiday? Then so are you! Whether you’re sorting the tickets for this show or turning up when you’re told to, welcome. You’ll learn about Rescue Men, farting in hospital pants, what can happen at a bra fitting, the benefits of casserole, plus tips on how to talk to shop assistants and the correct way to eat a biscuit.

Funny, frank and unapologetically filthy.

You can find a date near you here.

The first series of BBC2’s Motherland from Holly Walsh begins to air, and Holly records an episode of Room 101 for BBC1.

Motherland, the new sitcom for BBC2, created by Holly Walsh, Helen Linehan, Sharon Horgan and Graham Linehan, airs its first series this month. The show, which explores the strange and competitive world of motherhood, will air on Tuesdays at 10pm, starting on the 7th November. You can watch the pilot online here.

Holly will also record an episode of Room 101 for BBC1 this month. Find out which pet hates Holly banished when the show airs in the new year. You can find out more about Room 101 online here.

Aisling Bea appears on QI and records an episode of Insert Name Here for BBC2.

Aisling returns to our screens as team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats on Sunday 12th November. The irreverent comedy panel show returns to Channel 4 at 10pm. Find out more here.

Aisling will record an episode of Insert Name Here this month for BBC 2. Hosted by Sue Perkins, the comedy panel show bases its questions on people who share a name. You can find out more here.

You can now catch up on Aisling’s episode of BBC2’s QI, which aired on Friday. The show, which tests contestants on their interesting answers, also feature Joe Lycett and David Mitchell, talking about Oceans. Catch up here.

Stuart Goldsmith’s Like I Mean It tour is on sale now

After its great successes at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, Stuart Goldsmith has announced that he will be touring the UK and Ireland in 2018 with his show Like I Mean It.

Best New Show at Leicester Comedy Festival 2017. International tour, seven million downloads, completed therapy. Now ‘expert stand-up’ (Times) and Comedian’s Comedian host commits to the bit. ‘Master of the form’ (Independent)

Book your tickets online here

Jack Carroll records an episode of BBC Radio 4’s It’s Not What You Know.

Jack Carroll will join Joe Lycett in recording an episode of It’s Not What You Know for BBC Radio 4. Find out how Jack gets on when the episode airs in the new year. Watch previous episodes here.

Pippa Evans records an episode of BBC Radio 4’s My Teenage Diary live!

My Teenage Diary, the BBC Radio 4 show in which Rufus Hound invites guests to read from their teenage diaries, will record a live episode featuring Pippa Evans. The recording will take place at Backyard Comedy Club on Tuesday 28th November, and you can buy tickets here.