News: Live at the Apollo Line-Up & Date Confirmed

Live At The Apollo returns to BBC Two this November for its fourteenth series, with seven new episodes including a Christmas special.

The roll call of stand-ups who have performed in front of the famousLive At The Apollo lights plays out like a who’s who of comedic royalty. 


News: Full Live At The Apollo Line-Up Revealed

The latest series of Live at the Apollo has just been filmed over the last three nights in Hammersmith and the full line-up can now be revealed. It is the most diverse line-up yet with acts drawn from the comedy circuit and not just from the usual pool of familiar panel show names – though there are plenty of those there too.


News: Who Is On The New Series Of Live At The Apollo?

The new series of Live at the Apollo looks set to feature the most diverse line-up yet.

The first two shows were filmed back-to-back at the legendary Hammersmith venue on Monday night and boasted a decidedly multicultural line-up.

Ellie Taylor – probably the first person to front the long-running show while pregnant – hosted and introduced Tez Ilyas and token white male Fin Taylor.

The second show was hosted by Jamali Maddix and the guests were Sindhu Vee and Fern Brady.


TV: Live At The Apollo, BBC2

When a show is on its thirteenth series it would be understandable if it was starting to look a bit tired and ragged around the edges. But Live at the Apollo has survived a move – some might say relegation – from BBC1 to BBC2 and established a format that works well and could last for some time yet. In fact judging by the first episode of the new series it is better than ever. Didn't it once feature grinning celebrities in the audience in the past?


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