Comics from the largest arts festival in the world are heading to Yorkshire to be part of the debut Halifax Comedy Festival.
The festival, which will run from October 23-31, will feature Edinburgh Express shows with new material direct from the Edinburgh Festival.
Stand-up, theatre, sketch comedy and even sock puppets are on the bill.
Here's the Edinburgh talent heading to Halifax Comedy Festival:
Edinburgh Express featuring Joel Dommett and Angela Barnes
Saturday October 24, Arden Road Social Club, 8pm, £12, 14+
Angela Barnes, winner of the 2011 BBC New Comedy Award, brings her latest show Come As You Are to Halifax. Joel Dommett, described by the Guardian as an 'excellent storytelling comic' will perform his new show Conquer.
Edinburgh Express featuring James & Seaburn and Dan Nicholas
Sunday October 25, The Workshop, 2pm, £8, £18+
Catch James & Seaburn's new show Piano Chocolat alongside Dan Nicholas, nominated Best Debut at the 2015 Leicester Comedy Festival. Dan's show Reverb (The Love Story of Terrance the Crocodile and Julia the Mannequin) promises a surreal anti-love story — perfect for some Sunday afternoon laughs!
The Pantaloons — Macbeth
Sunday October 25, The Viaduct Theatre, 8.30pm, £15, 16+
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Murder, betrayal, the supernatural — The Pataloons Theatre Company brings Shakespeare's Scottish play to life like never befoire with a contemporary twist. 'Killer lines, killer crimes, and some very weird sisters!'
The Noise Next Door on Tour
Monday October 26, The Wellington Rooms, 8pm, £12, 15+
Celebrating their eighth consecutive sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival and their third national tour, The Noise Next Door are heading to Halifax to perform their original songs, character sketches and off-the-cuff comedy.
Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppets: Minging Detectives
Monday October 26, The Victoria Theatre Green Room Bar, 8pm, £13, 16+
Ever seen a Breaking Bad sketch performed by sock puppets? Us neither. But you can, as the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppets bring their songs, sketches, socks and violence (groan) to Halifax with a crime theme. There's been a murrrrder!
Edinburgh Express featuring Phil Jerrod and Marlon Davis
Monday October 26, The Shay, 8.30pm, £12, 14+
Phil Jerrod, winner of Best Debut at the 2015 Leicester Comedy Festival, is bringing his Neanderthal show to the Shay, unravelling the mess of modern life. Also on the bill is Marlon Davis, described as a 'breath of fresh air' by Chortle.
Edinburgh Express featuring Ivo Graham and Andrew Ryan
Thursday October 27, Cedar Court Hotel, 8.30pm, £12, 14+
With sell out shows at Edinburgh in recent years, Ivo Graham presents new show No Filter at the Cedar Court Hotel at Ainley Top. He's sharing the bill with Andrew Ryan — recently nominated for Best New Show at Leicester Comedy Festival — and his latest show Perfectly Inadequate.
Edinburgh Express featuring Andrew Doyle and Will Seward
Wednesday October 28, The Wellington Rooms, 8.30pm, £12, age 11-14
Following a total sell-out run at last year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Andrew Doyle brings his new show Minimalism! to Halifax. And for some pre-Halloween fun, catch Will Seaward's Spooky Ghost Stories II for some spine-tingling comedy.
Edinburgh Express featuring Suzi Ruffell and Charlie Baker
Sunday October 29, The Wellington Rooms, 8.30pm, £12, 14+
Comedy Central and Edinburgh Comedy Fest star Charlie Baker is bringing his brand new show Just The One to the Wellington Rooms, an award-winning blend of stand-up and song. Sharing the bill is BAFTA-nominated Suzi Ruffell, a writer for 8 Out of 10 Cats and The Last Leg, with brand new material.
Saturday October 31, The Workshop, 8pm, £10, 18+
Shazia Mirza will headline the Workshop's Signature Ecvent, with her new Edinburgh show The Kardashians Made Me Do It. The evening will be hosted by Freddy Quinne, with support from Rob Coleman, Rivka Uttley and Ellie Kraft.