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The Red Card Comedy Club has become an institution in Norwich over the last fifteen or so years.

Once Jason Byrne came bouncing onto the stage in his newly purchased moon boots, an impulsive purchase made in the aftermath of his recent separation, you had the feeling that evening could take off in any weird and whimsical direction.

It was one of the most popular comedy television shows of the 1990s with its fast paced sketches and iconic characters.

Affable Irishman Ed Byrne was propping up the stage boards of the King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Fireworks night and gave a brutally truthful account into the realities of middle age as part of his aptly named 'If I'm Honest' show.

Some may argue Josh Widdicombe's whining is a 'bit much', but The Last Leg star had everybody in Norwich's Theatre Royal roaring with laughter last night.

Eddie Izzard says Wunderbar will be final stand-up tour before he makes a run at becoming a member of parliament.

Jack Whitehall proved he was on the ball as his new UK tour left the Norwich Theatre Royal audience 'crying with laughter.'

Mock The Week regular and recent star of the new Live At The Apollo series, Gary Delaney is stopping off in Diss as part of an extended tour.

A household name teetering on the brink of national treasure status, Jason Barlow spoke to award-winning comedian Ed Byrne ahead of his latest If I'm Honest tour.

A comedy show penned by a writing double act whose TV credits include The Two Ronnies and My Family promises to have audiences rolling in the aisles, when it is performed by a 16-strong cast to raise funds for Sheringham Little Theatre.

From Milton Jones to Josie Long, you're spoilt for choice with these top comedians bringing their latest tours to Norwich.

A therapist from Norwich is planning an innovative way to raise awareness of mental health issues on World Mental Health Day - including comedy about her own illness.

Comedian Dom Joly, best known as the star and creator of Trigger Happy TV is heading to Diss Corn Hall as part of a new tour.

Comedy fans are in for a treat as Jack Whitehall is heading to the city ahead of his latest Stood Up arena tour.

Two women are on stage armed with plastic tennis racquets playing a rather ferocious game of swingball. Welcome to the surreal world of Tape Face.

Fans of Norwich panto star Ben Langley will still get to see him in Diss this week with his very own new solo show.

On Saturday night the drizzle which had plagued Norfolk Day and Norwich Pride celebrations grew into a downpour turning parts of Chapelfield Gardens into a swamp.

"He's not like he is on QI," quipped Laugh in the Park's Sunday headliner Phil Jupitus - talking about himself - as he took to the stage in the big top for the final night of the comedy festival.

Comedian John Robins may have been billed as the headline performer for day two of Norwich's Laugh in the Park, but it was the opening act who stole the show.

Comedian Chris Ramsey has reassured fans he will add a Norwich date to his 2020 tour after he was "heckled off by God" as thunder hit the city.

From Phill Jupitus to Lucy Porter, get set for an unforgettable weekend of comedy as Laugh in the Park returns for 2019.

Celebrity writer and comedian Griff Rhys Jones is set to preview his latest show in Diss ahead of a national tour.

Expect the unexpected is the tagline for Mundesley Players' new comedy show.

Stand-up comedy provided a fun finale to a year-long appeal helping a north Norfolk hospital support group.

From Phill Jupitus to Lucy Porter, get set for a side-splitting weekend of comedy as Laugh in the Park returns for 2019.

Russell Kane returned last night for another fast-paced and energetic sell-out evening of laugh out loud, seat-wetting comedy at Norwich Theatre Royal as part of his The Fast and the Curious tour.

Laughter is sometimes said to be best medicine, and now a comedy night is being planned to help a north Norfolk hospital.

The writer of some of Britain's much loved sitcoms is coming to Norwich to perform his comedy show about living with Parkinson's.

From Jason Manford to Karl Minns, here are nine big name comedy acts heading to Norfolk in 2019 which still have tickets available.

It's unlikely that the name Philip Hollobone will ever elicit such a large cheer as the one it received at the opening of the second half of Ivo Graham's Norwich gig.

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