So I've combined some of the best bits from the remaining categories of comedy, to give you a few more pointers in terms of shows to look out for at the festival, all neatly pigeon-holed for your convenience (and the performers' annoyance, I suspect!)
|Nutter: Terry Alderton|
1. WEIRD AND WONDERFUL - if you enjoy being baffled as well as amused, check out the schizophrenic physical comedy of Terry Alderton, the tangential musings and surreal wordplay of Paul Foot, the unpredictable and indescribable stand-up of John Kearns, the theatrical whimsy of Cyborg! or the cabaret of randomness that is Barbara Steele's Wheels of Steel.
|Family-friendly: Pat Monahan|
|Naughty: Vikki Stone|
|Lo-fi legend: John Shuttleworth|
|Deadpan Dwarfer: Norman Lovett|
|The fifth Ghostbuster: Paul Gannon|
Right, that's quite enough for now. I'll try and squeeze in one more preview post before the festival starts, but this lot should keep you going for quite a while. And remember to keep idly flicking through the festival brochure and checking out anything that looks like it might appeal to you on YouTube/Chortle etc - you may just discover a new personal comedy hero!!