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Berk's Nest production company announces more Edinburgh Shows

Newly announced shows include the return of Sophie Duker, Celya AB, and Paul Williams - the "little Alex Horne" of Taskmaster New Zealand.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 2nd April 2024

Pleasance announces first Edinburgh Fringe shows

The Pleasance Theatre Trust is back for another summer with a fantastic programme of theatre, comedy, cabaret and family productions.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 20th February 2024

BBC announces raft of comedy shorts

The BBC has formally unveiled a line-up of new comedy pilots, being released as individual short films on iPlayer this Friday.

British Comedy Guide, 24th May 2023

The best comedy shows of 2022

From dazzling comic debuts at the Edinburgh fringe to occult sketches, soul-searching stand-up and deeply strange revelations, it was a top year for laughing matters.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 17th December 2022

Katy Wix writes kids' Fat Camp series

Katy Wix and comedian Adam Drake have created a new comedy series set at a diet camp for children. Fat Camp is now in development at Baby Cow Productions.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd August 2022

'Sketch will never die!': Edinburgh fringe super troupes Tarot, Sheeps and Britney

It's a form of comedy that has fallen out of favour with TV, but a trio of fun acts are keeping the sketch flame alive.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 15th August 2022

What's On - August Comedy Roundup

With the Fringe back in full swing, here are some of the best debut acts coming to Edinburgh this August - As well as some funny freebies and returning legends.

Polly Glynn, The Skinny, 29th July 2022

Tarot: Cautionary Tales interview

Who better to learn life lessons from than three people still doing sketch in their 30s?

On The Mic, 28th July 2022

Edinburgh Fringe 2022: The comedy lineup so far

Here's a small fraction of some of the comedy coming up at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Jamie Dunn, The Skinny, 24th July 2022

How the devil are you, Tarot?

Comedy is great for giving people a direction in which to point their laughs so they don't look unwell.

Punchline UK, 23rd July 2022

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