THE Larmer Tree Festival has revealed details of this year’s late-night comedy line-up which includes headliners Josie Long and Nish Kumar.

Josie Long’s most recent show Something Better completed two sold-out weeks at London’s Soho Theatre. She is also the writer and presenter of Radio 4’s Short Cuts and investigated the growth of online comedy for BBC2’s The Culture Show as well as writing ans starring in the 2018 film Super November

Joining her is critically acclaimed comedian, host of The Mash Report and panel show favourite, Nish Kumar.

His current show It’s In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves takes its title from a line in Terminator 2 and promises “jokes about politics, mankind’s capacity for self-destruction and whether it will lead to the end of days.”

The comedy bill also features Stuart Goldsmith, who is hosting a live recording of the hit podcast The Comedian’s Comedian with guest Rob Auton, and Jessica Fostekew, a regular co-host of The Guilty Feminist and the creator of Hoovering, the podcast about eating, all MC’d by Laura Lexx, who has been nominated for Best Compere at the Chortle Comedy Awards for the last three years.

Ivo Graham, the youngest ever winner of the So You Think You’re Funny award for new acts at the Edinburgh Fringe, also features in the line-up , along with rising talent Catherine Bohart.

In addition to the late-night shows, the comedy line-up will be completed by a special Edinburgh preview show each day with performances from the UK-based Japanese comedian Yuriko Kotani; John Luke-Roberts; Sarah Keyworth and Rob Auton.

Further additions have been announced for the festival's music line-up which include folk-pop quartet Tide Lines and cinematic alt-goth band Curse Of Lono, London Astrobeat Orchestra, Anna Leone, Jerry Williams, Boca 45, Didirri, Supersonicdisco, Blick Bassy, J.S. Ondara, Jeramiah Ferrari and KIOKO.

The festival, which takes place in Larmer Tree Gardens, runs from July 18-21. Go to