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Bath Comedy Festival
Bath Comedy Festival history

Bath Comedy Festival is building on success year after year.

You can view the last few years' archive web sites here - click for 2011, click for 2012, click for 2013, click for 2014, click for 2015, click for 2016.

Highlights from the first eight years include Aisling Bea, Al Pitcher, Alan Francis, Alex Horne, Arthur Smith, Barry Cryer, Bec Hill, Carey Marx, Count Arthur Strong, Craig Campbell, Daliso Chaponda, Doug Stanhope, Earl Okin, Fred MacAulay, Gary Delaney, Greg Davies, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Helen Lederer, Henning Wehn, Ian Cognito, Jarred Christmas, Jenny Eclair, Jeremy Hardy, Jess Robinson, Jo Caulfield, John Moloney, John Otway, Jon Richardson, Kerry Godliman, Lee Hurst, Lloyd Langford, Lorraine Chase, Lucy Porter, Marcel Lucont, Mark Thomas, Martin Mor, Matt Richardson, Mervyn Stutter, Mik Artistik, Mike Wozniak, Miles Jupp, Mitch Benn, Monkey Poet, Nick Doody, Nick Page, Pappy's Fun Club, Patrick Monahan, Paul Merton, Pete Firman, Peter Richardson, Phil Kay, Phil Nichol, Piff the Magic Dragon, Richard Herring, Robin Ince, Ronnie Golden, Scott Capurro, Scotttish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre, Sean Hughes, Segue Sisters, Seymour Mace, Silky, Simon Evans, Simon Munnery, Stephen Frost, Stuart Goldsmith, Terry Jones, Timandra Harkness, Tony Law, Wil Hodgson, Zoe Lyons and many more.

Watch this space for this year's line-up!

Nick Steel Bath Comedy Festival was first started in 2008 by Alex Timms.

Widcombe based Nick Steel took the Festival on and has been Director since 2010.

See the team page for more information.