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If you can't find the information you are looking for on the New Talent site here are some more useful links that may help you pursue your talent and passion for comedy.

 

Comedy Soup
Sign up to Comedy Soup and you can upload your comic creations, view and rate other people's work and get lots of advice on the world of comedy.
bbc.co.uk/comedysoup/

Chortle
Aims to be the most comprehensive, critical and up-to-date guide to all aspects of comedy in Britain.
www.chortle.co.uk

BBC Comedy
The BBC's portal to all things funny.
bbc.co.uk/comedy

Perrier Comedy Awards
Official site for the Perrier Awards, which is given for the most outstanding up-and-coming stand-up comedy/comedy cabaret act at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
perriercomedyawards.com

Comedy Zone
A place for humour and funny stuff on the web.
www.comedy-zone.net

Comedy Writing
Visit the writer's area of the British Sitcom Guide's website where you can get tips and advice, find some useful comedy resources and talk to other writers in the forum.
www.sitcom.co.uk/writers/

Comedy Online
Find out all the best places to go and see live comedy around the UK.
www.comedyonline.co.uk

How Do I?
Ever wondered how to start getting work as a comedy writer, or how to copyright your material? Visit the Comedy People Ltd website for advice on these and many other questions.
www.comedypeople.biz/

BBC 7
Classic comedy, recent hits and new talent, all for your listening pleasure.
bbc.co.uk/bbc7

4 Laughs
'Set your comedy free' is what this site, run by Channel 4 is telling you to do. On this site you can watch and listen to comedy, submit your own work, get professional feedback, enter competitions and climb the Comedy Ladder.
www.channel4.com/4laughs

 

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