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Comedians come back for more as festivals roll on

After the opening nights of the Ealing Comedy Festival last week, the fun and laughter is back as three more nights of comedians running riot starts tonight (Wednesday, 24 July).

Under the big top tent in Ealing’s Walpole Park, the array of top comedians will again be splitting sides and poking a stick at the world’s absurdities (and there is plenty of ammunition to use at the moment).

Take a look at the high calibre of talent on show tonight, tomorrow and Friday night (24–26 July).

Tonight has Sean Lock, Milton Jones, Alistair McGowan and Jo Caulfield.

Tomorrow (Thursday) will feature Ed Byrne, Andy Parsons, Tom Stade and Paul Thorne.

Ed Byrne is one of the many top comedians performing at Ealing Comedy Festival
Ed Byrne is one of the many top comedians performing at Ealing Comedy Festival

Then, on Friday, Stephen K Amos will host a special gala night on the last evening with seven other comedians performing Geoff Norcott, Fiona Allen, Zoe Lyons, Paul McCaffery, Jeff Innocent, Sean Collins, Fin Taylor and Christian Reilly.

Tickets had sold out but it may be worth checking the official website to see if any have been put up for resale.

Winners of our competition last month will be there each night – sign up to our fortnightly email to be the first to find out about future competitions.

This weekend (27-28 July) will see the return of the Ealing Jazz Festival.

For more information, visit www.ealingsummerfestivals.com

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