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. When booking by e-mail, please state which show you wish to attend, the date and the number of tickets you require (four is usually the maximum) as well as your full name, address and daytime telephone number. Sometimes shows have minimum age limits, so check if in doubt.
Please note that you should apply for tickets by clicking the links in the copy. Do not email Chortle, we have nothing to do with these recordings and will not respond to any emails about them.
Russell Howard's Good News
Russell Howard’s Good News, is returning for its eighth BBC Three series, looking at what is happening in the world each week.
The show will be recorded at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, West London, on Tuesdays Apruk 23 to June 25 . Visit TVrecordings.com for free tickets.
Ten O’Clock Live
The show will be broadcast live from Pinewood Studios on Wednesdays from April 24 to June 12. To apply visit Standing Room Only.
The Peacock & Gamble Emergency Broadcast
This pilot finds Ray Peacock and Ed Gamble living in a bunker beneath Broadcasting House where, in the event of a BBC Radio 4 show dropping off the airwaves, they will be called on air to cover the lost episode with their own emergency broadcast.
TThe show will be recorded at London’s Soho Theatre in Mat 13. Visit TVrecordings.com for free tickets.
Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish
In this series of six studio presentations Dave Gorman is adapting the format of his stage show Dave Gorman’s Powerpoint Presentation for UKTV’s Dave channel.
The show will be recorded on May 14, 28 and June 11 at the Tabernacle, Notting Hill.
Visit TVrecordings.com for free tickets
Live At The Electric
BBC Three’s late night comedy show, Live At The Electric is back for a third series, hosted by Russell Kane with some of the best sketch acts and characters on the comedy circuit.
Recording at Elstree Studios on June 24, 27, 29 and 30. Visit the TVrecordings.com website to be in the audience.
There are also try-out shows at 229 Venue in Soho on April 18 and 22; May 9 and June 10. Tickets
Victoria Coren hosts the ninth series of the Radio 4 comedy panel show in which comics and other celebrities argue against narrow-minded opinions and knee-jerk reactions to issues of the day.
Previous guests include David Baddiel, Clive James, Dave Gorman, Grayson Perry, Cerys Matthews, Sue Perkins and David Mitchell.
Mark Thomas: The Manifesto
Mark Thomas is trying to create a People's Manifesto and wants your help. In this Radio 4 show each audience gets to come up with their own policies, which Mark will include in the final manifesto. The BBC will contact audience members before the recording asking for your suggestions, which Mark will then build the show around. Many will be considered on the night, some will be dismissed out of hand and some Mark will actually try to put into practice. The show will be recorded at the BBC Radio Theatre in Broadcasting House, Central London, on April 5 and 17. To apply visit the BBC ticket website.