New artwork by Sir Billy Connolly to go on display.
Name change reflects wide range of events for 2019.
Another couple of dates for your diary.
The UK’s number one baby-friendly comedy club returns to Birmingham.
“Deliciously entertaining” cookery comedy play coming to Birmingham.
Radio Active goes live on stage.
Midlands dates for comedy troupe.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Suzi Ruffell.
James Rampton talks to Anglocentric America stand-up Reginald D. Hunter.
BCU students to present a night for St Basil’s.
Local housewife to perform at the Glee Club.
Acclaimed festival heads into its thirteenth incarnation.
Celebrating the life and times of John Le Mesurier.
Irish comedy YouTubers Foil, Arms and Hog talk to Brian Donaldson.
Women’s History Month marked at the Old Joint Stock.
Bromsgrove arts centre presents the best in female comedy.
Rob Auton has told the Funniest Joke at the Fringe during the Edinburgh Festival. He repeats that one, and a few others.
Hat-trick of Laurel & Hardy films to be screened in Stourbridge.
Stand-up star Paul McCaffrey tells Brian Donaldson what he’d like to be when he grows up.
Family-friendly comedy club to open in Birmingham.
Housewife superstar Barbara Nice opens Acorns’ second Kings Heath shop.
From World Cup winners and music legends to panto stars and lantern making, there’s something for everyone.
Sir Howard Elston sits down with the Prez.
Expanded Christmas menu and top-notch comedy line-ups at city centre venue.
Comedy night welcomes Britain’s Got Talent star.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Simon Evans.
Gigs, workshops and anything else you want to make it up as you go along.
Local comedian Laura Monmoth scoops the prestigious prize.
Comic Stephen K Amos talks to Brian Donaldson.
Sixteen free comedy shows across two city centre venues over two Sundays.