More acts have been added to the programme for this year’s Udderbelly festival, running along the Southbank from the April 7th to the 17th July.
Additions to the programme at the big purple cow include satirist Andy Zaltzman, Hal Cruttenden and Tony Law. They will be joined in the cow for the first time by new interactive comedy game show from comedian Steve McNeil, Wi-Fi Wars, which lets the whole audience play along on their phones in a serious of challenges.
Other comedians to be joining the Udderbelly Festival include magical comedy superstar Pete Firman, James Acaster, Felicity Ward and Milton Jones, as well as Ed Gamble, John Robins and Joel Dommett.
The festival will also feature Festival Of Spoken Nerd, the legendary mixed-bill dance party Spank and Best of the Comedy Store from the eponymous and world famous club.
Meanwhile at London Wonderground additions will include: Miss Polly Rae, Myra Dubois, Cabaret Whore and Dr Sketchy’s Anti Art School.
The Udderbelly Festival will take place from the 7th April to the 17th July, while London Wonderground will run from the 5th may to the 25th September.