There are a lot of laughs going on this week in South Lakeland this week with comedians from all over the country converging in Kendal.
It's the fourth Freerange Comedy Festival, organised by the Brewery Arts Centre.
Fiona Marley Paterson has been to meet some of the acts.
It's Day two of the fourth Freerange Comedy Festival at the the Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal.
Tonight's big name act is Welsh comedian Lloyd Langford.
Our reporter Fiona Marley Paterson had an exclusive interview with him.
The Freerange Comedy Festival, organised by the Brewery Arts Centre, started this week in Kendal.
Over the course of the festival big household names and up and coming acts will perform stand-up and sketch shows around the Lake District.
Mike Jones from Brewery Arts Centre tells us what to expect:
There'll be a few famous faces in Kendal this week as the fourth Freerange Comedy Festival kicks off.
The event, organised by the Brewery Arts Centre, is a boost to the local economy out of the tourist season.
Many shows take place on rambles around the Lake District.
Omid Djalili, Paul Chowdhry, Lucy Porter and Arthur Smith are some of the biggest names coming to the Cumbrian market town.
A group of comedians have begun walking Hadrian's Wall to raise money for charity. The group are performing gigs en route to raise cash and awareness of ovarian cancer. One of the comics, Matthew Fong from Doncaster, lost his Mum to the disease two years ago.
Hannah McNulty spoke to them as they set off on their walk from Port Carlisle on the Solway Firth in Cumbria.
A group of comedians have begun walking the Hadrian's Wall route to raise money for charity.
Organised by Nick Banks from Hartlepool, the group set off from Port Carlisle on Friday morning.
They're performing free gigs along the way with the audience asked to donate money at the end.
One of the comedians, Matthew Fong, lost his mother to ovarian cancer two years ago, and money is being raised for the charity Ovacome.