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SYTYF Heat 06 - Edinburgh

Monday 10th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 07 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Tuesday 11th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 08 - London - In association with Backyard Comedy

Wednesday 12th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 09 - Glasgow

Thursday 13th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 10 - Manchester

Monday 17th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event.

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SYTYF Heat 11 - Manchester - In association with Frog & Bucket

Tuesday 18th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 12 - London

Wednesday 19th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 13 - London

Thursday 20th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 14 - Leeds

Monday 24th May - 19:30 Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event.

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SYTYF Heat 15 - Leeds

Tuesday 25th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 16 - London

Wednesday 26th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 17 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Thursday 27th May - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event.

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SYTYF Heat 18 - Brighton

Tuesday 1st June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 19 - London - In association with Laugh Train Home

Wednesday 2nd June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 20 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Thursday 3rd June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 21 - London - In association with Crack Comedy

Monday 7th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 22 - London

Tuesday 8th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 23 - London - In association with Backyard Comedy

Wednesday 9th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 24 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Thursday 10th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 25 - London - In association with Crack Comedy

Monday 14th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 26 - London - In association with Backyard Comedy

Wednesday 16th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 27 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Thursday 17th June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 28 - London - In association with Crack Comedy

Monday 21st June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 29 - London - In association with Bill Murray

Tuesday 22nd June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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SYTYF Heat 30 - London - In association with Backyard Comedy

Wednesday 23rd June - 7.30pm Gilded Balloon are delighted to be bringing the UK’s longest running comedy newcomer competition back for its 33rd year! After a one-year hiatus, the So You Think You’re Funny? competition will take place online for the first time. With up to 40 regional heats taking place across the country and in partnership with some of the best UK comedy venues, buy tickets now to support some of the newest comics all hosted by some of the competition’s incredible regular hosts. “SYTYF was the first competition I entered. I’d been doing stand up for about six months. Getting to the final was probably the most exciting moment of my life.” Rhod Gilbert “SYTYF provides a thrilling arena for new comedians to compete! The organisation strives to not allow gender, nationalist or industry politics crown the winner!” Reg D Hunter “The final was the biggest gig I had ever done. Peter Kay hosted it and Russell Howard, Jimmy Carr, Andy Zaltzman and Josie Long were in the final. Winning it definitely gave me the confidence to keep writing the sort of stupid crappy jokes and songs I still do today” David O’Doherty Gilded Balloon need to raise funds in order to support the costs of running this year's competition. Please show your support for So You Think You're Funny? by buying a ticket or making a donation here. We are committed to nurturing new comic talent and your support will help ensure we can continue to do so. Please note – the heats are all hosted on zoom. The zoom room will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time. All ticket holders will receive a link to access the show the day before the event, later bookings will receive the link 1 hour before the show starts.

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