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Friday 29 August

Grand Opera House, Belfast £22.50–£24.50 028 9024 0411
The Back Room at Laughing Horse @ Finnegan's Wake, Edinburgh Free 0131 225 9348

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The Charing Cross Hotel, London WC2N £47 May-August; £50 Sunday Lunch; £57 Saturday Dinner 020 8237 1111
The Glee Club, Nottingham £10; £14 inc meal ( £5) 0871 472 0400

Stand-up from The Noise Next Door, Jim Smallman and Tony Burgess.

Southsea Common £12–£26 (Children £10–£18) 0844 4155 228
The Clapham Grand, London SW11 £7 020 7223 6523
The Lowry, Salford £45.50 0131 556 6040
Soho Theatre, London W1D £10 preview; £15 (£10) 020 7478 0100
Royal Pavilion, Brighton £8 (£6; under 14s free) 07954 482112

Meet outside the Royal Pavilion shop.

The Glee Club, Cardiff Bay £15; £18 inc meals; £17.50 ( £5; £5) 0871 472 0400

Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.

Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich £12; £8 (£10; £10; £5) 01603 620917
Theatre Royal, Glasgow £10–£40 0844 871 7647
Ustinov Studio at Theatre Royal, Bath £19.50 (£14.50) 01225 448844
The Comedy Store, London SW1Y £18–£25.50; £20–£27.50; £14–£19; £23.50–£31; £19–£24 ( £13–£20.50; £9–£14; £14–£19) 0844 871 7699

Stand-up performances from Romesh Ranganathan, Chris McCausland, Brendan Dempsey, Phil Nichol and MC Gordon Southern, with some open spots.

Chelsea Theatre, London SW10 £12 Single Ticket; £20 Day Ticket; £35 Weekend Ticket (£25) 020 7352 1967
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Drygate Brewing Co., Glasgow £15 for show only; £30 for show and two-course meal; £33 for show and three-course meal 0141 212 8810

Scott Agnew hosts John Hastings, Chris Forbes and Vladimir McTavish.

Main House at Theatre Royal, Bath £19–£31.50; £21.50–£33.50; £17.50–£30 01225 448844
Maritime Room at Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea Phone for prices 01702 351135
Greenwich Theatre, London SE10 £15–£17.50 phone for availability (£12.50–£15 phone for availability) 020 8858 7755
The Guildhall, Abingdon £12 01235 524085

On the last Friday of every month, nationally touring comedians come to Abingdon Guildhall for a night of laughter, talent and entertainment.

National Trust: Wimpole Estate, Royston £14 (Children £10; £46) 01223 206000
Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow £12.50–£16 (Family £7.50 per person Fri only) 0141 332 1846
Gladstone Theatre, Wirral £16 0151 643 8757
The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth £8 023 9286 3911

Stories, anecdotes and audience banter from 2008 Laughing Horse New Act Competition finalist, Paul McCaffrey. Plus Andy Robinson, Andrew Bird and MC Dinga.

Theatre503, London SW11 £12 (£10) 020 7978 7040
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The Glee Club, Birmingham £15.50 ( £5) 0871 472 0400

Simon Clayton, Chris McCausland and Tom Wrigglesworth take to the stage in an evening of topical humour.

The Frog & Bucket, Manchester £16; £17 (£8; £10) 0161 236 9805

Warm and upbeat humour and intelligent wit from writer and presenter David Ward. Plus Seymour Mace, Sam Avery and Jeff Innocent.

Comedy Cafe Theatre, London EC2A £12; £10 adv; £20 inc meal 020 7739 5706

Playful, upbeat humour and razor-sharp wit from former contestant on ITV's Show Me The Funny, Rudi Lickwood. With Joseph Wilson, Chris McCausland and MC Jimmy James Jones.

Colour House Theatre, London SW19 Free 020 8542 5511

Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.

The Miller, London SE1 £5 020 7407 2690

Hoopla present a selection of the best improvised comedy in London every Friday & Saturday night. At least two different improv groups each night from the UK's flourishing live impro scene.

Caroline Of Brunswick, Brighton £10 (£6) 01273 624434
Portland Arms, Cambridge Phone for prices 01223 357268

Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.