Sell-outs as more shows added.
Award-winning arts festival returns with free online programme.
Emerging West Midlands acts battle it out for the biggest comedy award in the region.
Local comedian Laura Monmoth scoops the prestigious prize.
Sixteen free comedy shows across two city centre venues over two Sundays.
Forgotten Tony Hancock scripts revived for Wolverhampton performance.
Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent 2017 winner announced.
It’s about a lot more than the headliners.
Award will recognise new comedy talent.
Internationally-acclaimed acts set for shows in the city.
Names of shortlisted acts released.
With appearances from Romesh Ranganathan and Boy With Tape On His Face, plus two free Sunday afternoon Half-Dayers.
Announcing the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2015.
Includes international names, breaking talent awards and special events.
Classic cinema comedy at mac.
Andrew McBurney has been named recipient of the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2014.
Raise laughs and money as part of the Birmingham Comedy Festival.
Display of sitcom characters to coincide with comedy festival.
Fifties classic revived for comedy festival.
Up and coming new artists recognised.
Line-up includes major names and special events.
Hat-trick for leading leisure complex.
Cartoons over Great Barr.
Yet more acts announced for next month’s extravaganza.
Plenty to see at Kings Heath venue.