Jim Davidson will be reflecting on his turbulent, sometimes controversial but always successful showbiz career in 40 Years On.

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.

Stewart Lee will be bringing his latestr show, Content Provider, to Norwich, King's Lynn and Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Idil Suken

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

Pun Man, the award-winning punning superhero, returns to Great Yarmouth. Picture: Leo Kearse

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

Susan Calman brings her show The Calman Before The Storm to Norwich Playhouse. Picture: Steve Ullathorne

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.

Omid Dijalili will be bringing his new tour, Schmuck for a Night to Norfolk next April. Photo: Andy Robinson

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

Rich Hall returns with his Hoedown to Norwich Playhouse. Picture: Rab Cummings

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.

Hal Cruttenden returns with his show, Straight Outta Cruttenden

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.

WIFI Wars is comign to Norwich. Picture Steve McNeil

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.

The Nimmo Twins: Owen Evans, left, and Karl Minns. Photo: Submitted

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

The Last Night of the Blickling Proms.  Picture: Denise Bradley

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.

Going out in Norwich: Tonight reality TV stars, Jamie Laing (Photo: The Cabana Club) and Scott Thomas (Photo:ITV/PA) will be appearing at nighclubs in Norwich. (L-R)

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.

The Nimmo Twins: Owen Evans, left, and Karl Minns. Photo: Submitted

Norfolk life just got even funnier.

What's on in Norfolk? Sandringham Food and Drink Festival, Sarah Millican will be performing in Yarmouth and Norwich Run will take place. (L-R)

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.

Friday night guide: Matt Damon star of Jason Bourne which is in cinemas this weekend, jazz singer Tina May who is performing at the Cathedral and comedian Umran Yusuf who will be at Laugh In The Park.

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

Weekend Guide: Old Buckenham Airshow, Phil Nichol at Laugh In The Park and Gorleston Cliff Top Festival. (L-R)

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

Holt Festival: Mark Watson, Nandana Dev Sen and Colin Cloud (L-R)

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.

What's on in Norfolk: Traditional Garden Party in Cathedral Gardens, Wymondham Carnival and Summer Open Day at Pavilion Theatre, Cromer. (L-R)

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

A view of Latitude 2016 from the air, by Mike Page

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.

Mike Page aerial pictures of Latitude festival in Henham Park, Suffolk. Photo : Steve Adams

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.

What's on in Norfolk this weeked? From left to right: Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, World Snail Racing Championships and The Shakespeare Festival.

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

Weekend Guide 09/10 July: Gabrielle will be performing at Festival Too, Gressenhall Goes Wild and Cromer Pier Show 2 kicks off. (L-R)

Looking for something to do in Norfolk this weekend? Here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place.

Canadian comedian Dana Alexander who will be appearing at the Unthank Comedy Festival

The Norwich mic awaits top comedy stalwarts and upcoming new talents. SIMON PARKIN previews what’s on offer at the Unthank Comedy Festival.

Weekend Guide 25-26 June: Volleyball Tournament at Gorleston Beach, Wildcat Aerobatics will be at Hunstanton Carnival and The Cromer Pier Show kicks off on Saturday. (L-R)

From music festivals to beach volleyball tournaments there’s a lot going on in Norfolk this weekend, so to help you decide where to go and what to do, here’s a quick guide to some of the events taking place.

Alan Partridge played by Steve Coogan. Photo: Brian Ritchie/BBC

Alan Partridge returned to our television screens last night with Scissored Isle, an hour-long mockumentary in which the Norwich radio presenter tours the North meeting “real people”.

Upcoming Norfolk Events: Shakespeare Festival, Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival and the Fairy Fair. (L-R)

From the Fairy Fair to the World Snail Racing Championships, here’s a guide to some of the most interesting and exciting events taking place in Norfolk over the next few months.

Classical singer Russell Watson is coming to Norwich Theatre Royal on April 10 2016.

Need some ideas for the weekend? Here are some of the activities taking place in Norfolk on Saturday and Sunday.

Latitude Comedy 2016

Some of the biggest names in comedy and cabaret will be heading to Henham Park this summer to perform at Latitude Festival.

Jackie Hollings and her 2-year-old son Oskar having fun in Eaton Park. Photo : Steve Adams

A two-year-old from Norwich was all smiles after a student-led comedy club offered to help raise vital cash to purchase a safe space for him to play in.

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