Aussie Brendon Burns comes to the unusual venue of Thrigby Wildlife Gardens, Acaster returns to complete his “Trelogy” of award-winning stand up shows, plus Terry Alderton, Paul Eastwood and Arthur Smith.

What makes Stewart Lee so unashamedly funny is how he gets under the skin of his audience. So he began his show, Content Provider, by telling us how much he hated King’s Lynn.

Acerbic, dark, leftfield and meandering, Stewart Lee brings his latest stand-up odyssey, the Mock The Week regular offers a joke-fuelled rallying cry for a better Britain, plus Jonny & the Baptists and Terry Alderton.

The Sheffield perpetually hopeful music wannabe brings his trusty Yamaha keyboard and latest show My Last Will and Tasty Mint, the straight-talking comedian tackles mindfulness, plus Tom Stade, Rob Beckett and Simon Munnery.

You would be stretching things rather a lot to say David O’Doherty cuts an imposing figure. In baseball cap and jacket and carrying a battery-powered keyboard, he almost sneaks on to the stage at the start of his three-night residency at Norwich Playhouse.

British comedian Simon Amstell has announced a new UK tour in late 2017, which includes a date at the Norwich Playhouse.

The prankster will be finding laughs in the serious business of mocking everyone from the X-Factor to Trump, while Mark Thomas goes back to his comedy roots.

Richard Gadd’s award-winning genre-busting performance Monkey See Monkey Do sees him explore what it means to be a man via treadmills and gorilla costumes.

The Radio 4 regular tackles why nothing is every straightforward, Walsh looks at the absurdity in everything, and there is a Hate N’ Live comedy-face-off.

The controversial comic, known for tackling taboos and poking fun at politicians will be heading back to Norwich Theatre Royal this summer.

The comedian is marking four turbulent decades with a heartfelt and hilarious autobiographical reflection on his showbiz career in King’s Lynn and Cromer.

Alan Partridge has been named as the favourite male comedy character of British comedians, while the moment the DJ met his biggest fan in I’m Alan Partridge has been chosen as their favourite scene.

New Year and lots of new comedy shows are heading our way to make 2017 a lot funnier than 2016.

Where to unwrap some Christmas laughter with a series of special festive comedy nights in Norfolk and Suffolk this week.

Self-effacing, but super-friendly comedy with Susan Calman, Paul Foot brings his new show and Russell Kane tackles ageing in four comedy nights not to miss.

Award-winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili will be bringing his new show to several locations across Norfolk in April 2017.

In the aftermath of the American elections wonderfully acerbic American-born comedian Rich Hall returns to Norwich and he will be bringing his grouchy, deadpan style and rapid-fire wit to his latest musical Hoedown. He tells JAMES RAMPTON more.

Jimmy Carr and Hal Cruttenden bring their latest shows and a host of faboutires and upcoming talent feature in comedy nights. SIMON PARKIN picks what not to miss this week.

Playing with your smartphone during a live comedy gig is usually considered as bad manners and could even make you the butt of the joke.

For the last 20 years they have been a Norwich institution, causing audiences to roll in the aisles with laughter.

From open air concerts celebrating the best of the 80s, to new renditions of Shakespeare’s classics, there’s a variety of outdoor events taking place across the county this summer.

Looking for something to do this evening? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place in the fine city, including a chance to meet two reality TV stars and a look at what’s opening in cinemas.

Norfolk life just got even funnier.

In need of something to do this weekend? Here’s a look at some of the events and activities taking place across the county on Saturday and Sunday.

Looking for something to do tonight? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place in the city.

Looking for something to do on Saturday or Sunday? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place across the county.

Kicking off this weekend, the Holt Festival will run until July 31 and each day will see a different attraction take place in the town. From Joanna Trollope OBE discussing her adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility to Colin Cloud’s world of deduction, there’s a lot you won’t want to miss at Holt Festival.

Looking for something to do over the weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place across the county.

25-year-old Ivo Graham’s self-deprecating depiction of holidaying to the Algarve with his parents was the highlight of a polished performance by the apologetic Old Etonian, writes Matt Reason.

Mock the Week’s James Acaster had the Latitude Comedy tent in stitches with his Brexit-filled routine, but it was how he dealt with one particularly angry heckler that stole the show, writes Matt Reason.

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