Romesh Ranganathan has said painful experiences can help you become a better comedian as he reflected on the challenges he experienced in his youth.
Comedy superstar John Bishop will be visiting both the Music Hall and P&J Live as he brings his new tour to Aberdeen.
A veteran comedian best known for being a "grumpy old woman" will be performing in Aberdeen next year.
Kevin Bridges, Frankie Boyle and Fred MacAulay are among a group of performers calling on the Scottish Government to provide emergency funding to help Scotland’s comedy scene survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stars including Al Murray, Rose Matafeo and Nish Kumar are supporting a campaign to “save live comedy” after research suggested more than three quarters of venues could face closure within a year.
Amnesty International is set to host a week of online comedy events featuring stars including Eddie Izzard, Nish Kumar and Meera Syal.
Nish Kumar has said that comedy is an “incredibly important and useful” tool for discussing mental health.
US comedy show Saturday Night Live returned from a month-long hiatus this weekend, with host Tom Hanks presenting from home.
Kevin Bridges has said he thinks people will appreciate the simple things in life more once the coronavirus pandemic is over.
A comedian has postponed his sold-out Aberdeen show due to coronavirus.
Aberdeen’s Jason Manford fans are in for a double treat from the acclaimed comedian.
Comedian Jason Manford is heading for the north-east with his latest stand-up tour.
The organisers of Grampian Pride are hosting a comedy event.
The hugely successful Aberdeen International Comedy Festival has already announced its dates for next year – and its first two acts.
Google is commemorating the 25th anniversary of US sitcom Friends by hiding so-called “Easter eggs” within its search results.
The Aberdeen International Comedy Festival will extend its festival for the first time after confirming one final act.
Stephen Fry has said the Edinburgh Fringe is “staggeringly exciting” as he announced Jordan Brookes as the winner of the best comedy show.
Stephen Fry is set to announce the winners of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
A comedian who lost his father to kidney cancer returned to the stage just days later to deliver “one of the best shows in terms of atmosphere that I’ve done”.
Comedian Frankie Boyle has added a second Aberdeen show due to “phenomenal demand”.
Comedian Iain Stirling, known as the voice of Love Island, has been awarded a Tennent’s Golden Can in recognition of his success.
A statue of much-loved comedian and actress Victoria Wood has been unveiled in her home town.
The creator of forthcoming BBC Three sketch show Muzlamic has spoken of how he felt he was “too Asian to be white and too white to be Asian” after moving to London.
A venture to develop a British Comedy Foundation – to endorse the genre and find the next Fleabag or Monty Python – is being launched by the BBC’s comedy controller Shane Allen.
Al Murray has lamented the fact many people view comedy as a “poor relative” of the arts.
Facing up to your fears – whatever they may be – is by far the biggest challenge in life.
Comedy legend Phill Jupitus is heading for this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
A new set of eight stamps is being issued to mark the 50th anniversary of TV comedy classic Dad’s Army.
Comedian Harry Hill is to embark on his first tour in five years.
Britain’s Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy looks forward to performing for fans at Aberdeen comedy venue
Britain's Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy is to grace the Aberdeen comedy scene later this year with his unique stand-up.