Omid Djalili Bringing On The Good Times Tour in Cardiff & Swansea

As a mark of respect to Queen Elizabeth II, Omid Djalili, much beloved comedian, actor, and writer recently rescheduled his South Wales dates for the Good Times tour which coincided with the passing of Her Majesty.

Where To Apply For Free BBC Comedy Awards Wales & West Heat Audience Tickets

BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 are looking for comedy fans to be in the audience for the TV recordings of the six regional heats which will be transmitted on BBC Three this autumn.

Spike Milligan Comedy To Play Cardiff’s New Theatre

Olivier Award-winning actor John Dagleish known for roles in Sunny Afternoon, Farming and The Third Day will reprise his critically acclaimed role as ‘Spike Milligan’ during autumn 2022, as SPIKE – the comedy by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman that had its world premiere at The Watermill in January.

Laughs All The Way With The Riverfront’s Comedy Line-Up

Newport’s Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre are welcoming a range of big names in the world of comedy to their stage over the next few months and are inviting audiences to take to their seats for some much-needed laughs.

Dick & Dom Will Bring “Da Bungalow” To Cardiff’s New Theatre!

To celebrate 20 years since cult hit TV show ‘Da Bungalow’ hit our screens – quadruple Bafta award winners Dick & Dom are back with an extensive UK tour, including a date at Cardiff’s New Theatre.

Andy Parsons Heals The Nation as his “Longest Ever” Comedy Tour Reaches Wales Venues

Stand-up star Andy Parson’s previously postponed ‘Healing the Nation’ tour is now back on the road and hits three Welsh venues in the coming week.

“I Had To Practice Being Me!” – How Robert Gillespie Became Keep It In The Family’s Dudley Rush

Robert Gillespie, who recently published a new memoir, Are You Going to Take that Little Jump? discusses Keep It in The Family with Andy Howells in the latest part of the Entertainment South Wales video series.

Robert Gillespie Recalls Writing Controversial 60s Satire and Working on Rising Damp with Leonard Rossiter

In the second part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers what it was like for Robert to write comedy for the satire series That Was The Week That Was in the 1960s and feature in a classic scene of Rising Damp in the 1970s.

Classic TV Comedy Star, Robert Gillespie Discusses Career and New Book in Video Interview

In the first of a four-part series of interviews with Andy Howells for Entertainment South Wales, Robert, Gillespie recalls his early days growing up in post-war Manchester and his first steps into acting at Sale Grammar School.

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