Ross Noble is to make a second series of his Freewheeling show for Dave. He will be taking his motorbike on the road from June, again taking his cues for where to go and what to do from his 430,000 Twitter followers. The comic broke the news, appropriately enough, on Twitter.

Tony Gray, one of Britain’s more eccentric and best-known clowns of the Fifties and Sixties, has died at the age of 86.

PEEP SHOW and Fresh Meat co-creator Jesse Armstrong is writing a Hollywood comedy about two hapless guards patrolling the US-Mexico border.

The entire series of Chris Lilley’s new sitcom Jonah From Tonga will be released at once on the BBC iPlayer.

Frankie Boyle is leading a cast of comics in a new sitcom in development.

An aspiring comedian has finally fulfilled his wish to appear on a comedy club stage – but four months after he died.

American comic Otto Petersen, the creator of foul-mouthed puppet act Otto & George, died yesterday at the age of 53.

THE BOOK of Mormon won four prizes at the 2014 Olivier Awards last night: best new musical, acting prizes for its stars Gavin Creel and Stephen Ashfield, and another for its choreography.

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