Stand Up Central. Copyright: Avalon Television
Stand Up Central

Stand Up Central

  • TV stand-up
  • Comedy Central
  • 2015 - 2018
  • 36 episodes (4 series)

Stand-up showcase for Comedy Central. Stars Rob Delaney, Chris Ramsey and Russell Howard.

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Series 4, Episode 2

Stand Up Central. Sara Pascoe. Copyright: Avalon Television

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Broadcast details

Wednesday 17th October 2018
Comedy Central
30 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Thursday 18th October 2018 11:30pm Comedy Central
Sunday 21st October 2018 11:30pm Comedy Central
Monday 22nd October 2018 11:00pm CC Extra
Tuesday 25th December 2018 3:45am CC Extra
Friday 11th January 2019 11:30pm CC Extra
Thursday 5th December 2019 3:50am Comedy Central
Sunday 30th August 2020 2:30am CC Extra
Thursday 3rd September 2020 2:30am CC Extra
Sunday 14th February 2021 12:30am CC Extra
Monday 15th February 2021 3:50am CC Extra
Tuesday 16th February 2021 1:30am CC Extra

Cast & crew

Rob Delaney Host / Presenter
Guest cast
Sara Pascoe Guest
Tom Ward Guest
Production team
Peter Orton Director
Nick Vass Titles Director
Mark Iddon Series Producer
Phoebe Bourke Producer
Simon Weekes Producer
Emma Clarke Executive Producer
Richard Allen-Turner Executive Producer
James Taylor Executive Producer
Jon Thoday Executive Producer
Rob Aslett Executive Producer
Perry Widdowson Editor
Mark Sangster Editor
Richard Drew Production Designer
Martin Kempton Lighting Designer
Sam Gale Composer


Rob Delaney misses his uncle's scrotum

Rob Delaney takes us back to a simpler time when his uncle pranked him on his birthday.

Featuring: Rob Delaney.

Tom Ward on music for life

Tom Ward reveals the soundtrack to his life before doing an absolutely spot-on impression of Jools Holland.

Featuring: Tom Ward.


The charming Delaney takes a break from negotiating parental horrors on Catastrophe to return to the realm of standup, replacing Chris Ramsey as the compere of this comedy showcase. He has some solid guests this week: the razor-sharp Sara Pascoe and the morose moptop Tom Ward.

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian, 17th October 2018

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