National Comedy Awards 2023: Here's when you can catch 10 comedians shortlisted for the British comedy Oscars in Scotland - from Fern Brady to Ricky Gervais
The National Comedy Awards were first held last year, dreamed up to replace the British Comedy Awards which were scrapped in 2014 after running for 24 consecutive years.
Linked to Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer charity campaign, they aim to celebrate "the UK's most brilliant comedy content and creators".
The first ceremony saw trophies awarded to the likes of Taskmaster, Katherine Ryan, Sean Lock, Sex Education, Ricky Gervais and Munya Chawawa.
This year’s awards takes place on Friday, February 17, at London’s Roundhouse – and will be broadcast live on Channel 4.
Tom Allen, the comedian perhaps best known for hosting ‘Bake Off: The Professionals’ and ‘The Apprentice: You're Fired!’, will be hosting for the second time.
He’s just one of the comedians appearing at the awards that will be playing Scotland in the coming months – here are all 10.