IF you’ve yet to book tickets to a Tringe comedy show the line-up over the next few days is bound to have you chuckling all the way to the ticket office.
Professional Grumpy Old Woman, writer and panto star Jenny Eclair is on stage at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury this Saturday.
Richard Herring appears, too, treating the audience to a reworking of his smash hit 2002 show Talking Cock.
The following night make your way to the Court Theatre in Tring for a return of the Lumberjacks – a madcap hour featuring the comedy talents of three gruff Canadian comedians – Stewart Francis, Craig Campbell and Glenn Wool.
Fabulous Tring favourite Silky, the Liverpudlian-in-exile who is not only a comedian but also a musician and writer is back on Sunday, too.
BBC Radio 1 DJ and award-winning stand-up comedian Tom Deacon and number one cult comic Brendon Burns will liven up your Monday.
And hot on their heels are Chris Ramsey and Naz Osmanoglu, who will have you in stitches at Aylesbury’s Limelight Theatre on Tuesday.
The beast of British comedy Chris Lynam, and Jen Brister, who is currently looking to change her ways as she heads inexorably towards middle age, are a midweek treat at the Court on Wednesday.
And the country’s most exciting sketch group Late Night Gimp Fight, along with Suzi Ruffell provide next Thursday evening’s entertainment.
Lastly but definitely not least Rob Deering and Paul Chowdhury get next weekend off to a crackingly amusing start with their gig next Friday night.
Jenny Eclair and Richard Herring will be at the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury on Saturday, July 14 at 8pm – doors open at 7.15pm.
Chris Ramsey and Naz Osmanolglu will be at the Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury on Tuesday, July 17 at 8pm.
All the other acts take place at the Court Theatre, Tring.
The Lumberjacks and Silky will be there on Sunday, July 15 at 8pm, Tom Deacon and Brendon Burns on Monday, July 16 at 8pm, Chris Lynam and Jen Bristers on Wednesday, July 18 at 8pm, Late Night Gimp Fight and Suzi Ruffell on Thursday, July 19 at 8pm, and Rob Deering and Paul Chowdhry on Friday, July 20 at 8pm.
Go online at www.tringefestival.co.uk to book tickets or buy them directly from the festival’s box office – Fancy That, 67 High Street, Tring.