Shappi Khorsandi is writing her first novel. Nina Is Not OK is described as 'a very dark, very funny, bittersweet and edgy tale of a 17-year-old girl coming to terms with addiction, low self-esteem and one disastrous Saturday night that she can't even remember'. It follows her childhood memoirs about being an Iranian refugee, A Beginner's Guide To Acting English, which was released in 2010.

The Rubberbandits are to provide an ‘anarchic’ commentary to a new game show launching later this year.

Netflix has ordered a third season of animated comedy Bojack Horseman.

CHANNEL 4 has commissioned a full series of its TV nostalgia show It Was Alright in the 1970s, narrated by Matt Lucas.

American chat show host Conan O'Brien is being sued for alleged joke theft.

Stephen Merchant's West End debut is to close a month early.

The Edinburgh Fringe say they have uncovered a ‘sophisticated’ £220,000 fraud involving one of their employees.

Back To The Future legend Christopher Lloyd is to take part in the next series of Crackanory.

Live Comedy

Gig Of The Day

Al Murray, Doc Brown, Frankie Boyle, Grainne Maguire, Shappi Khorsandi

Union Chapel

In support of international charity Index on Censorship.

From 19:30 to 22:30