As ever, the line up is a mixture of established comics such as Felicity Ward and James Acaster, and emerging talents, with a wide variety of styles to suit every different sense of humour. Find the line-up here and Culture Whisper's highlights below.
8:30pm, 11 July
Drag Queen comedy troupe Denim bring their irresistible brand of sass and sequins back to London after a smash-hit world tour. Forget nights in wathing Rupaul on Netflix and let Glamrou La Denim, Aphrodite Greene, Crystal Vaginova, Elektra Cute & Shirley DuNaughty entertain you.
8:30pm, 16 July
Award-winning comic Adam Riches treats us a triple serving of laughs, with a medley of the best material from all three of the shows he will be peforming at Edinburgh Fringe this year. Get ready for a combination of sports movie mash-up, Mediaval romp and character monologue. Whatever happens, with that ecclectic mixuture, you won't be bored.
8:30pm, 24 July
Comedian Graham Dickson (Austentatious) and director Hamish MacDougal invite you to join them in a surreal, silly future where Hollywood is no more. After the cameras and money and glamour what's left. The women have all left, and in their place is a lonely world of men and movie relics.
8:30pm, 26 July
Ayesha Hazarika, MBE may have started out as a stand-up comedian. But her career took a suprising detour when she ditched the regional comedy clubs to work alongside Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband as a Labour Party Special Advisor. The two diverging experiences came together in her successful debut show Sate of The Nation, which made Hazarika a sought-after commentator for papers and TV shows. Come and she what she has up her sleeve next.
|What||Edinburgh Fringe Comedy Previews, Battersea Arts Centre|
|Where||Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Clapham Common (underground)|
27 Jun 18 – 28 Jul 18, Times vary for each event
|Website||Click here for more information|