Chambers acts shine at Edinburgh Festival 2015

Chambers acts shine at Edinburgh Festival 2015

Chambers acts enjoyed a wonderful Edinburgh Fringe this year with packed out shows and rave reviews across the month.

Joe Lycett had a wonderful festival, selling out his run and performing an extra packed-out show at the prestigious Pleasance Grand to over 700 people. That’s The Way, A-Ha Ah-Ha, Joe Lycett was also wonderfully received by the critics, including a four and a half star review from Chortle and four star reviews from both The Daily Mirror and Independent newspapers.

Stuart Goldsmith also had a terrific Fringe, packing out his show An Hour for the entire month and earning a nomination for the Amused Moose Best Show Award and a string of rave reviews in the process. Stuart also had a plethora of wonderful guests for The Comedian’s Comedian Live, attracting great audiences for the full run of live podcasts.

Pippa Evans enjoyed a brilliant August as well, her show There Are No Guilty Pleasures proving to be one of the undeniable hits of the Free Fringe with full houses every single day of the run and a string of brilliant reviews.

Frankie Boyle was also in town, performing a run of work in progress shows and presenting the Edinburgh Television Awards to rapturous acclaim.

And last but by no means least was Trevor Noah, who brought his hit show Lost In Translation for three sell-out nights at Assembly Hall.

Jimmy Carr stars in new episodes of Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, plus records brand new episode of E4’s Virtually Famous

Hardest working man in comedy Jimmy Carr has a typically busy month ahead. You can catch him hosting more episodes of literacy, numeracy and lunacy on 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, every Friday night at 9pm Channel 4. To find out more about the show and to watch previous episodes go here

In other Jimmy news, he’ll be joining Seann Walsh, Chris Stark and host Kevin McHale for internet-based panel show Virtually Famous, recording this month for E4.

You can also still catch Jimmy’s Funny Business tour with September dates in the likes of Warrington, Leeds and Norwich. You can find all Jimmy tour dates here

Trevor Noah to host first episode of The Daily Show for Comedy Central

28th September will see one of the most hotly-anticipated TV comedy moments in recent times as Trevor Noah takes control of the legendary Daily Show from Jon Stewart. You can watch a taster from Trevor here

Jack Whitehall stars in The Bad Education Movie

Don’t forget you can still catch Jack Whitehall in The Bad Education Movie, screening at cinemas around the UK. The film sees Jack return as hapless educator Alfie Wickers as he takes his class of mischievous misfits on one final school trip to Cornwall. You can watch the trailer for the film here

Sarah Millican to appear on Alan Carr’s Chatty Man for Channel 4

In the lead up to her upcoming UK tour, Sarah Millican will be taking a seat on Alan Carr’s gold sofa as she records an episode of Chatty Man for Channel 4. You can find out more about the show here

You can still buy tickets for Sarah’s Outsider tour here

Holly Walsh to appear alongside Jimmy Carr for brand new episode of 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

Holly Walsh will be joining Rachel Riley, Susie Dent and our very own Jimmy Carr for numbers, letters and jokes as she returns to Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, broadcasting at 9pm on Friday 4th September at 9pm.

Joe Lycett starts tour and records brand new episode of BBC2’s Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice

Joe Lycett has a busy month ahead as he embarks on a UK tour of Fringe smash hit, That’s The Way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett. You can find all of Joe’s tour dates and buy tickets here

In other Joe news, he will be appearing on The Great Brtitish Bake Off: An Extra Slice, recording this month for BBC2. You can find out more about the show here

Pippa Evans to appear on The Dog Ate My Homework on CBBC and Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable for BBC 6 Music

Pippa Evans will be joining host Iain Stirling for hit school-based panel game The Dog Ate My Homework, recording this month for CBBC. You can find out more about the show here

Pippa will also be joining Steve Lamacq and a host of other guests to discuss and debate the new releases of the week on Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable, broadcasting on BBC 6Music at 6pm on Thursday 24th September. You can find out more about the show here