Comedy website Chortle has revealed the winners of its annual awards.
The results were announced at a ceremony at the Up The Creek comedy club in London, hosted by Clive Anderson. The winners were determined via an online poll of 6,000 comedy fans based on shortlists drawn up by a panel of critics and independent comedy industry experts.
Here are the results in full, in the order they were announced on stage:
Best NewcomerJayde Adams, Sophie Willan, Bilal Zafar.
Internet AwardThe Guilty Feminist, The Parapod, NextUp.
Best CompereLaura Lexx, David Morgan, Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
Character and VarietySpencer Jones, Nick Mohammed, Emma Sidi.
Best TV Comedy EntertainmentAlan Davies: As Yet Untitled, Dave Gorman's Modern Life Is Goodish, Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle.
Radio AwardAlexei Sayle's Imaginary Sandwich Bar, Deborah Frances-White Rolls The Dice, Mark Steel's In Town.
Best TV ActorLesley Manville (Mum), Diane Morgan (Motherland/Philomena Cunk), Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag).
TV ComedianGreg Davies, Stewart Lee, Romesh Ranganathan, Katherine Ryan.
TV AwardAlan Partridge's Scissored Isle, Mum, People Just Do Nothing.
Sara Pascoe - AnimalOther nominees: Alan Partridge: Nomad, Shappi Khorsandi - Nina Is Not OK, Isy Suttie - The Actual One.
Romesh Ranganathan (Irrational)Other nominees: Billy Connolly (High Horse), Reeves & Mortimer (Poignant Moments), Mark Thomas (The Red Shed).
Off Stage contribution
Noel Faulkner, who ran London's Comedy Cafe for 26 years. The venue has closed due to rent becoming un-affordable.
Event of the Year
Club ComicCarey Marx, Phil Nichol, Pierre Novellie.
Breakthrough ActScott Gibson, Tez Ilyas, Suzi Ruffell.
Bridget Christie (Because You Demanded It)Other nominees: David Baddiel (My Family Not The Sitcom), Richard Gadd (Monkey See Monkey Do), Kieran Hodgson (Maesto), Stewart Lee (Content Provider).
Comedians' Comedian Award
(The award voted on by other comedians)
In the venue categories, The 99 Club and The Bill Murray won in London, with Manchester's Frog & Bucket and XS Malarkey taking the prizes in 'The North' category. Wales and the West was won by Cardiff's Glee club and Buffalo Comedy Club, whilst Brighton's Komedia and Bent Double won Best Venue and Best Club respectively in 'The South' category. In the Midlands, Birmingham's Glee venue won, whilst Edinburgh's The Stand venue and Red Raw comedy night were picked by voters in Scotland.