From Alexei Sayle to Alan Davies, Peter Kay to Penn & Teller, we've interviewed the great and the good of the comedy world. Scroll down to read Time Out's interviews with comedians from the past few years, and keep checking back to read new interviews with stand-up comics.
This former ‘Saturday Night Live’ writer is one of the best stand-ups currently working the US. Here are six reasons why you shouldn’t miss his London debut
The science-loving comic is retiring from comedy (well, at least for a while) and he’s saying goodbye with a big farewell show. He talks to us about calling it quits
The 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' host talks hecklers, drinking songs and fabricated beefs
We speak to the Essex icon and ‘Duchess of Canvey’ about her dodgy past and insatiable fans (including Stewart Lee)
The ‘Good News’ star talks to us about his new Comedy Central series, the closure of BBC Three and crazy West Country
We talk to the Irish misanthrope and ‘Black Books’ star about making metaphorical cakes and that ‘grey goop feeling’
The sensitive stand-up and former ‘Buzzcocks’ host on his journey to be free and why his 13-year-old self was a ‘deranged lunatic’
Can a Twitter mistake really ruin a life? We speak to the journalist about social media shaming
Al Murray the Pub Landlord
As he prepares to go head-to-head with Nigel Farage, we put the concerns of real Londoners to the Pub Landlord
We meet the genre-straddling comedian-artist… and a couple of unexpected friends
The ‘Girls’ creator/star candidly answers Time Out readers’ most searching questions
We speak to the eternally optimistic comic about her ever-evolving stand-up
We find the Mighty Boosh star revelling in the quiet life, having given up 'weird night-time shit'
The maverick alt-comedy veteran talks UKIP, Alan Bennett and the BBC
Viva revolution? Time Out readers grill Russell Brand on his proposed movement.
We out Pat Springleaf, the undercover cop posing as comedian James Acaster
We speak to the Aussie musician-comedian about his new graphic novel, 'Storm'
We speak to Jon Link and Mick Bunnage about ten years of sweary sketches