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Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live

Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live

  • TV stand-up
  • BBC Three
  • 2010 - 2014
  • 10 episodes (5 series)

Stand-up recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe. Kevin Bridges, Adam Hills, Shappi Khorsandi, Jon Richardson, Andi Osho, Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe host. Stars Kevin Bridges, Shaparak Khorsandi, Jon Richardson, Andi Osho, Seann Walsh and more.

Key details

Genre
Stand-Up
Broadcast
2010 - 2014
Channels
BBC Three
Episodes
10 (5 series)
Stars
Kevin Bridges, Shaparak Khorsandi, Jon Richardson, Andi Osho, Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe, Adam Hills and Peter Dickson
Director
Paul Wheeler
Producers
Rose Hanson, Cameron Banks, Jon Holman, Anthony Caveney, Addison Cresswell, Joe Norris, Andrew Beint and Alan Tyler
Companies

Recorded live in the heart of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Comedy Fest Live is a veritable comedy extravaganza, highlighting the best the month-long event has to offer from performers across the globe.

The first series, in 2010, was hosted by Kevin Bridges and Shappi Khorsandi, with performers including John Bishop, Andi Osho, Adam Hills and Sean Lock.

The 2011 episodes were hosted by Jon Richardson and Andi Osho, showcasing names such as Ed Byrne and Seann Walsh.

The 2012 specials were hosted by Seann Walsh and Josh Widdicombe, and the line-up included Simon Evans, Suzi Ruffell, Jimeoin, Andrew Lawrence, James Acaster, Sara Pascoe and Marcus Brigstocke.

The 2013 shows were hosted by Kevin Bridges and Adam Hills, with guests including Andrew Lawrence, Stephen K Amos and Jason Byrne.

The 2014 shows, filmed this August, are fronted by Kevin Bridges and Seann Walsh. The line-up is Andrew Lawrence, Cardinal Burns, Romesh Ranganathan, Ivo Graham, Suzi Ruffell, Henry Paker, Angela Barnes, Marlon Davis, Shappi Khorsandi, Andrew Ryan, Des Bishop, Des Clarke, Mark Watson, James Acaster, Lucy Beaumont, Nish Kumar, Lloyd Langford, The Noise Next Door and Ed Gamble.

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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Thursday 2nd September 2010 at 9pm on BBC Three
Most recent repeats

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