Sunday night saw the charity gig Royal Free Rocks With Laughter take over the Adelphi Theatre in London.
A plethora of A-list British comedy talent had given up their time for free, on what was World AIDS Day, to help raise funds for The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, which is building a new immunology wing to research cures for various diseases, including numerous forms of cancer and HIV.
Matt Lucas was compere for the night, introducing a whole host of big name performances. Graham Norton, Harry Hill, Julian Clary, Lee Mack, Tim Vine and Jack Whitehall were amongst those delivering stand-up, and there was the comedy-magic stylings of Barry & Stuart to enjoy too.
Rowan Atkinson (pictured above), in a rare stage appearance, pleased the crowd with his famous roll-call sketch as well.
However, the biggest highlight of the night for many was seeing The League of Gentlemen back together, albeit just for the one night before they go back to their separate projects (Inside No. 9 and Sherlock are amongst the new television series to look forward to soon).
The trio showed how you have to take care when telling jokes about Mau Mau; how not to audition for an orange juice advert with Pamela Doove; and, of course, demonstrated the customer service we have come to expect from Tubbs & Edward.
Below are some pictures from the event. To find out more about the charity visit www.royalfreecharity.org