GET your laughing gear around another season of comedy in Dorset. Here is a round-up of shows not to miss in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch.

1. First up Ross Noble brings his show El Hablador to the Pavilion on September 16 at 8pm. Tickets £26.50.

2. The League of Gentlemen return to the stage for their first tour in more than 12 years at the BIC on September 25. Tickets range from £39 to £44.

3. Phil Nichol, brings his latest stand-up show Your Wrong (sic) to Lighthouse on Saturday, September 29 at 7.30pm. Tickets £14.

4. Joanna Lumley brings her show It’s All About Me to the BIC on November 3. Tickets £33.

5. Following 60 sold out shows last year, Jethro: The Count of Cornwall returns to the Regent on November 15. Tickets £20.

6. Jeremy Hardy, marks his fourth decade as a stand-up comedian at Lighthouse on November 14. Tickets £15.75.

7. Jason Manford brings his popular Muddle Class tour to the BIC on December 7. Tickets £30.75.

8. Bournemouth & Poole Tourism Awards finalists Coastal Comedy returns to Lighthouse in September with monthly comedy nights. Each evening includes one TV headliner.

9. The Tivoli in Wimborne hosts a number of big names this season.

Henning Wehn’s two night run is already sold out but there are still tickets for the following shows:

10. Tim Vine on October 23-24, Seann Walsh on October 30 at 8pm, Phil Jupitus on November 8 at 8pm, Marcus Brigstocke on November 14 at 8pm, Stewart Francis, November 15 at 8pm and finally Tom Allen on December 9 at 7.30pm.