Lee Evans is one of Britain's best loved and most popular comedians. Lee initially rose to fame in the early nineties when, in 1993, he won the Perrier Comedy Award for his shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His comedy routines are delivered in hugely energetic, manic style.
One of Britain's finest comedians, Lee Mack (born Lee Gordon McKillop) has quick wit, intelligent humour and a fantastic delivery. Lee co-writes BBC's Not Going Out and has also appeared as a guest and guest presenter on Have I Got News For You?, Mock The Week and 8 Out Of 10 Cats. Lee is also a team captain on Would I Lie To You?.
Michael McIntyre has announced a major new tour for 2018. The BIG World Tour will see Britain's biggest comedian perform at venues across the UK, Ireland and elsewhere around the world.
Cheeky East End comedian Micky Flanagan has risen to the very top of the comedy circuit during the past few years. Micky's hilarious appearances on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and 8 Out of 10 Cats, plus a sell-out UK tour in 2010/11, have secured his reputation as one of the country's best comedians.
Miranda Hart is a comedian, actress, and writer for TV and Radio. She is probably best known for her hilarious performances in the self-penned and self-titled BBC sitcom, Miranda, which has won her many awards and nominations.
The surviving members of legendary comedy group Monty Python have announced that they are to reform for a special stage show in 2014. The new show, One Down, Five to Go, will be Monty Python's first live performance in over 30 years!
Patrick (Paddy) McGuinness is one of Bolton's most famous exports and one of the UK's funniest comedians. His mammoth 108-night stand-up tour entitled The Dark Side Tour of 2005 and 2006 was one of the longest on record.
Peter Kay is one of the best-loved comedians in the UK, if not the world. His cheeky comedy is second-to-none and his observational humour is genius. Garlic bread? Cheese cake?
Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer have been entertaining the nation for more than 25 years with their surreal brand of comedy. Since their first collaboration in 1990, the duo have written and starred in countless hit TV shows.
Rhod Gilbert has announced his return to stand-up following a six year break. The highly strung Welsh comedian will take his new show The Book of John on a full UK tour from February through to July 2019.
Ricky Gervais achieved worldwide success with his hit TV comedy series, The Office and Extras, which were co-written with his good friend Stephen Merchant. Ricky has also terrorised Hollywood's A-list with his raucous hosting of the annual Golden Globe awards ceremony.
Where do you start with a comedian like Ross Noble? If you've ever seen one of his shows you will know what we mean when we say it's so hard to sum him up. Saying that he is 'Off-the-wall' would be an understatement but his comedy is pure genius. Ross Noble's shows don't adhere to scripts, like other comedians often use, rather he just makes it up as he goes along. His Stephen Hawking stories are legendary and will make the tears stream down your face as you go on the rollercoaster journey that is his stand-up performance.
Sean Lock is an English comedian who is probably best known for his appearances on TV panel shows, such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Have I Got News for You, QI, and They Think It's All Over. As an award-winning stand-up comedian, Sean has honed his skills in the field of observational comedy and can have an audience in stitches by turning everyday topics into the surreal.
Tim Minchin is one of the funniest of all the Australian exports. His unique combination of piano and humour mark him out as the most original comedian since Bill Bailey. Tim has written a musical version of Roald Dahl's Matilda which has its first performance with the Royal Shakespeare Company in November 2010.