Mario Mendoza, who lives in Stortford, has been following the comedian and actor's career since he emerged in the early 1990s.
Paddy Lennox's two-day event at Bishop's Stortford High School features TV and radio talents, award-winners and Edinburgh Fringe Festival regulars.
Saturday's show features Scott Bennett, Laura Lexx (TV's Live at the Apollo) and Andy Askins (The John Bishop Show).
Stortford's resident comic Paddy Lennox to host live-streamed gig with Stephen Grant, Allyson June Smith and Troy Hawke.
Zoom in for some comic relief on Saturday (Mar 6) as Simon Brodkin and Ria Lina are also on the bill – and tickets are just £10.
Comedian and Bishop's Stortford High School old boy Steve Bugeja hopes viewers will profit from his YouTube series Economics To Go.
2018 runner-up Robert White will be joined by Mark Simmons, Aaron Twitchen and Jack Gleadow for the November gig.
How To Be Human will be broadcast to homes via a link on the South Road centre's website.
The Three Menopausal Maids were "gobsmacked" to get an honourable mention in the London-Worldwide Comedy Short Film Festival.
Steve Bugeja and Jamie Fallon talk to Retune's Tom Ryder about the social side of the charity's SCALES system for good mental health
Friends and colleagues at Price Bailey wanted to derive something positive from Georgia Hutchins' tragic death and set up a fund in her name.
East Herts prepares to host one of the UK's hottest festivals for its 15th year this July, with more acts to be announced.
Spring brings drama productions and comedy shows on Rhodes' own stage plus West End musicals, London ballets and Hollywood movies on its big screen.
“I talk about my wife and kids in an incredibly disparaging way... but to them it’s just Dad being an arse."
London stand-ups Tom Toal, Peter Brush and Michael Fabbri will be sharing the bill at the launch of Comedy at Water Lane on December 5.
Tom Wrigglesworth's two-year-old twins won't realise, but a comedic lecture of their life story is about to be revealed to a Stortford audience