Google is commemorating the 25th anniversary of US sitcom Friends by hiding so-called “Easter eggs” within its search results.
Student who has battled anorexia and bulimia says Dundee’s comedy scene helped in his ongoing recovery
A student has praised stand-up comedy for the part it’s played in his battle against mental illness.
A city comedy night is proving that laughter is the best medicine as it goes from strength to strength.
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”.
Frankie Boyle is bringing his own brand of shock comedy to Dundee, in what will be his first tour of Scotland in a decade.
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.
A Lochee mum is swapping the High Street for the Royal Mile to direct a Dundonian take on Genesis.
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.
For comedian Phil Differ there was no player better than the legendary Billy Bremner.
Al Murray has lamented the fact many people view comedy as a “poor relative” of the arts.
Comedian Jim Davidson has pulled out of tonight's show in Dundee.
Stand-up star Simon Evans is coming to Dundee next year.
This year’s Britain’s Got Talent winner is heading to Dundee next year.
Comedian Jim Davidson is returning to Dundee next year.
Dundee is famous for it’s three Js of “jute, jam and journalism” – but it might be adding “jokes” to the iconic title as the city’s comedy scene grows in stature.
A Scottish comedy veteran is returning to Dundee to celebrate 25 years as a stand-up.