Time Out Comedy Awards

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The Time Out Comedy Awards were bestowed upon the comedy community by the London listings magazine Time Out . They ran from 1991 to 2006, and include many well-known comedians as past winners: Eddie Izzard, Noel Fielding and Jimmy Carr. It is not known why they have been defunct since 2006.

Contents

Winners

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

Best character comedian

Best stand-up

Special award:

1997

Best stand-up

Best female comic

Best comedy club

1998

Outstanding achievement

Best stand-up

Best comedy performer

2001

Best stand-up

Best comedy performances

Outstanding achievement award

2002

Best stand-up

Best comedy performances

Outstanding achievement award

2003

Best stand-up

Best comedy performances

Outstanding achievement award

2004

Special award for outstanding achievement

Best stand-up

Best comedy performances

2006

Best stand-up

Best comedy performance

Outstanding achievement

Best newcomer

  1. "Time Out Awards : Awards 2013". chortle.co.uk. 22 May 2013. Retrieved 11 June 2023.

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