Brand new and exclusive stand-up comedy from Dave as Ben Elton makes a triumphant return to the Broadway Theatre in London, supported by Jason Byrne and Tom Stade.
Jack Whitehall headlines at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, with special guests David O'Doherty and Andrew Lawrence.
Johnny Vegas heads back to his hometown of St Helens to perform a rousing set, supported by Justin Moorhouse and Seymour Mace.
Sarah Millican performs in her hometown of Newcastle, with special guests Jarred Christmas and Alun Cochrane.
Russell Kane headlines Dave's One Night Stand episode 5, supported by Carl Donnelly and Holly Walsh.
Stellar stand-up from around the UK. The Thick of It's Chris Addison returns home to perform at the Manchester Palace Theatre, supported by Craig Campbell and Jo Enright.
Another top comic goes home to perform for the locals. Bristolian Mark Watson goes back to his roots, with support from the outrageous Andi Osho and the inventive Alex Horne.
The roaming comedy showcase reaches Birmingham, where the headline act is quick-witted Genius host Dave Gorman. Support comes from Isy Suttie and Simon Evans.
Dublin funnyman Jason Byrne performs his energetic brand of stand-up in front of his home crowd at the Olympia Theatre, supported by Rob Rouse and one-liner king Milton Jones.
Another roof-raising comedy homecoming. Inbetweeners star Greg Davies returns to Shrewsbury to perform at the Severn Theatre, ably supported by Roisin Conaty and Tom Deacon.
Ardal returns to Dublin for his One Night Stand, supported by Gary Delaney and Josie Long
The punmeister general performs at Richmond Theatre with Terry Alderton and Elis James
The panel show favourite Reginald D Hunter heads up to Edinburgh with Steve Hughes and Henning Wehn.
Stephen K Amos is joined by Zoe Lyons and Joe Rowntree at the Haymarket Theatre in London.
Tommy Tiernan goes back to his roots in Wexford, Ireland with Stewart Francis and Lloyd Langford.
Pub landlord Al Murray returns to his hometown, performing from Shepherd's Bush, London. With guest stand-ups Richard Herring and Andy Zaltzman.
Northern Ireland's Patrick Kielty returns to Belfast to perform in front of his hometown. With guests Jimeoin and Mike Wilmot.
Award winning burger van owner turned stand-up Angelos Epithemiou (Dan Renton Skinner) returns to his hometown of Derby to perform in front of the locals. Joining him is Imran Yusuf, Tom Rosenthal and Katherine Ryan.
Britain's funniest Milton, Milton Jones, performs from his hometown of Richmond. Joining him is Jason Cook, James Acaster and Chris Stokes.