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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.

American comic Omid Singh will be topping a bill that also includes some of the UK's fast rising talents at the latest comedy night in Diss.

Comedian Ivo Graham will bring his tour to Norwich in a few days time.

Critically acclaimed comedian Nish Kumar brought his It's In Your Nature To Destroy Yourselves tour to an almost sold out Norwich Theatre Royal last night.

Brian Blessed came to the Theatre Royal in Norwich last night to tell stories and anecdotes about his life with his booming voice.

Paul Merton has been at the forefront of the UK improvisation scene across four decades.

A stand-up comedian famous for his appearances on TV shows including 8 out of 10 Cats and The One Show will perform this summer at a Norfolk resort.

Having to make up comedy on the hoof is no laughing matter.

As part of our celebration of Norfolk-based television comedy creation Alan Partridge, David Powles pens him a letter to claiming to be his number one fan.

A slice of the lighter side of life will be on the menu at Bawdeswell village hall, near Dereham, on March 22, when poet, playwright and broadcaster Ian McMillan teams up with musician and composer Luke Carver Goss to present an evening of songs, stories and comedy.

"It's not a set up," comedian Stephen K Amos promised as he picked out local funny man Josh Ryan in the audience at his Norwich Playhouse Bouquets and Brickbats gig on Monday night.

Comedian and panel show favourite Stephen K Amos explains what makes a good comedian and why you should never stand on stage with secrets as his latest show Bouquets and Brickbats comes to the Norwich Playhouse.

Ed Gamble brought his Blizzard tour to Norwich last night which was the first of two dates to take place at the Playhouse.

I've been lucky enough to enjoy hundreds of music gigs at the Nick Raynes LCR over the years. So many good bands and DJs. So it was weird to enter the main hall for the first time ever in normal lighting with seats arranged in front of the stage.

Death, bullying, abuse, depression - if it doesn't sound like a laugh-a-minute, it's because you've not seen Karl Minns' newest, painfully funny one-man show about a life often full of pain.

Despite the draw, or should I say, win of a Norwich City game, a packed Playhouse came to enjoy good-ol-boy-dun-good Karl Minns with all the brilliantly funny voices, silly wigs, costumes and daft old songs, right?

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