This year's British Comedy Awards are to take place on Wednesday December 12.
Jonathan Ross will again host the ceremony, as he has every year since 1991, save for 2008 when he stepped aside in the wake of the Sachsgate furore.
The show will again come from the Fountain Studios in Wembley, North-West London, the largest TV studios in Britain and home to the The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.
Tickets have just gone on sale to be in the audience of the show, which will again air on Channel 4. They are priced £60 and available here.
The event is expected to include a tribute to their creator, Michael Hurll, who died last month at the age of 75.
Voting among the 'academy' of comedians, TV executes and other comedy industry insiders begins this Thursday, while Channel 4 is also hosting a 'nominations show' on November 29.