At the forefront of its genre, the roll-call of stand-ups who have performed in front of the famous Live At The Apollo lights plays out like a who's who of comedic royalty. Each episode sees a national (and sometimes international) stand-up both compering and performing, before introducing two of the best established and up-coming stand-ups to the stage.
Joining Jack on stage is Julian Clary, who whips the audience into a frenzy with a set where no one is safe from his wit. Jack delivers a set lambasting cold calling for gas, phone and electricity, and he also lays into chemists, mobile phones and even vacuum cleaners.
The legendary Lenny Henry hosts another evening of comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo, and introduces special guests Andy Parsons and Ed Byrne.
The stand-up comedy series from London's Hammersmith Apollo concludes with Mock the Week's Russell Howard introducing Jo Brand.
Rich Hall guest-hosts the stand-up show recorded at London's Hammersmith Apollo, inviting comedians to share their light-hearted views on modern life. Tonight he introduces routines by Mark Watson and Andrew Maxwell.
Live at the Apollo's fifth series features a host of great comedy talent. The opening episode from the world famous Hammersmith Apollo features two of comedy's finest powerhouses taking to the stage. Northern funny man Jason Manford is the host, and the comedy sensation of 2009 Michael McIntyre is his special guest.
Chatty Man Alan Carr introduces, in his own inimitable style, sets from the fabulous Andi Osho and the always magnificent Patrick Kielty.
Funnyman Danny Bhoy hosts an evening of stand-up at the Apollo in Hammersmith, London, warming up the audience before introducing routines by actor-comedian Miles Jupp and cheeky Londoner Lee Nelson (who recently made headlines when he turned up uninvited on the X Factor stage).
One half of The Mighty Boosh and Never Mind the Buzzcocks team captain Noel Fielding takes over the hosting reins of the long-running show as he comperes an evening of stand-up at London's Hammersmith Apollo. The comedian, actor, artist, DJ and musician treats the audience to his own peculiar brand of surreal humour, before introducing routines by two up-and-coming stars of the comedy circuit, with south Londoner Dane Baptiste and Irishman Al Porter taking to the stage at the famous venue.
Katherine Ryan comperes an evening of stand-up at London's Hammersmith Apollo, treating the audience to her own brand of humour and introducing routines by comedy circuit stars Henning Wehn and James Acaster
The inimitable Larry Dean introduces comedians Harriet Kemsley and Slim to the stage.
The undisputed Queen of the Jewish Princesses, Joan Rivers, hosts the unstoppable Patrick Kielty as they point the finger at bad parents, inept terrorists and binge drinking.
Jack Dee performs live at the Apollo in Hammersmith, joined by Joan Rivers and an audience packed with celebrities.
The cream of British stand-up comedy cuts loose at London's world-famous Hammersmith Apollo, leaving the audience breathless and cheering for more. In This episode Al Murray introduces Shappi Khorsandi and Russell Kane.
The cream of British stand-up comedy cut loose at London's world famous Hammersmith Apollo as Sean Lock introduces Jason Manford.
Ireland's king of comedy Dara O Briain hosts another evening of comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo, introducing his Celtic comedy soul brother Frankie Boyle.
This episode is hosted by the inimitable Tom Allen, who introduces the fantastic Rosie Jones and the wonderful Kae Kurd to the world-famous Apollo stage.Watch Now:Amazon
In this episode, the hilarious Desiree Burch introduces stand-up stars Paul McCaffrey and Jonny Pelham to the stage.Watch Now:Amazon
The hilarious Loyiso Gola introduces comedians Scott Bennett and Helen Bauer to the stage.
The magnificent Jen Brister introduces comedians Esther Manito and Adam Rowe to the stage.
Russell Kane comperes an evening of stand-up at London's Hammersmith Apollo, treating the audience to his own brand of humour and introducing routines by comedy circuit stars Roisin Conaty and Nick Helm.
Marcus Brigstocke performs a stand-up set that includes his observations on everything from Pacman to Britain's 'special relationship' with America, while laconic American Rich Hall explains how Bill Gates defies gravity and exposes the secret formula behind the plots to Tom Cruise films. In Jack's own set, he teases audience guests including Neil and Christine Hamilton.
Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. The hilarious Phil Wang introduces talented musical-comedian Rachel Parris and the charismatic Brennan Reece to the stage.
This episode is hosted by the brilliant Ardal O’Hanlon, as he introduces to the stage the amazing Mawaan Rizwan and the hilarious Sara Barron.Watch Now:Amazon
The BAFTA-nominated Live at the Apollo presents the best of British stand-up comedy, as Michael McIntyre introduces Rich Hall and Rhod Gilbert at the Hammersmith Apollo, London.