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You can see some of Britain's finest comedy talents for free at the recording of TV and radio shows - as well as getting a sneak peak at forthcoming programmes.

Tickets are now available for the following shows. Please note that you should apply for tickets by clicking the links in the copy (either in blue or underlined). Do not email Chortle – we have nothing to do with these recordings and will not respond to any emails about them.


The Last Leg

Host Adam Hills alongside with Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker provide alternative commentary on the past seven days, with celebrity guests and video reports.

The show is broadcast live from the The ITV London Studios near Waterloo on Fridays up to December 22, with doors opening at 8.15pm.

Free audience tickets are available from Standing Room Only


Michael McIntyre's Big Show

Michael McIntyre hosts a night of entertainment from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane for BBC One - with shows on October 8 and 15. Free audience tickets are available from Applause Store.


Newsjack

BBC Radio 4 Extra's topical sketch show is back its 17th series with host Angela Barnes and a script to which anyone can contribute.

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on Wednesdays until October 18. Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


Insert Name Here

BBC2 comedy panel show Insert Name Here is back for a third outing with host Sue Perkins and team captains Richard Osman & Josh Widdicombe.

The show is being recorded at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire on October 21 and 25. Free audience tickets are available from Applause Store.


Keep Calman Carry On

Star of Strictly Come Dancing and The Boss, Susan Calman, returns to Radio 4 for a new series of the stand-up show in which she attempts to learn how to relax by trying new leisure pursuits with enthusiastic friends.

In the new series she tackles birdwatching with Emma Kennedy, gardening with crime writer Val McDermid, festivals with Robin Ince and baking with 2016 Great British Bake Off star Selasi Gbormittah.

Calman will be recording the stand-up sessions for the new episodes at Up The Creek in Greenwich, South London, at 6.30pm on November 7 and 8. Click here to apply for free tickets.


To Hull And Back

Lucy Beaumont and Maureen Lipman star in a third series of this acclaimed sitcom about a mother and daughter desperately trying to make ends meet in the cutthroat world of hairdressing in the North East of England.

Sophie has qualified as a professional hair stylist so she can finally leave Hull and make her fortune in London. But her mother Sheila can't abide the idea of Sophie being swallowed up in the big city and so will do anything to thwart her ambitions, even when Sophie meets the man of her dreams.

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on November 13 and 24. Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


Six Degrees Of John Sessions

Actor, impressionist and raconteur John Sessions takes us on a trip through his amazing career in this new series for BBC Radio 4.

The show is being recorded at the Museum Of Comedy in Bloomsbury, Central London, on October 19. Free audience tickets are available from Lost In TV.


Angstrom

Matthew Holness stars as a detective in this Scandic-Noir spoof written by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris (The Ladybird Books for Grown Ups, Screenwipe, A Touch of Cloth).

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on Tuesday October 17 and 24. Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


It's Not What You Know

Joe Lycett returns to host the Radio 4 panel show in which panellists nominate someone they think they know well to answer a series of questions. They then get points if they can match the answers their nominees gave.

The show is being recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on Sunday October 22 and Tuesday November 7 and 21. And at Up The Creek in Greenwich, South London, on October 31.

Free audience tickets are available from the BBC.


Published: 27 Jun 2006

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