It is the final day of shows at Manchester Comedy Festival 2010. It's been truly emotional, and to celebrate we bring you a final line up of brilliance. Here's our round-up...

Tony Basnett: Simon Says “Grow Up” & Kahn Johnson: Cakes and Violence (Apotheca, 1pm)

Tony and Kahn’s shows are back by popular demand tonight! Tickled Pig Finalist, Tony Basnett, explores what it actually means to be an adult. The equally funny former news writer, Kahn Johnson, tells tales on recent news events in an engrossingly likeable manner. This is one not to be missed, and click here to buy tickets.

Silky Takes Your Money And Rewards You With Hearty Laughter (Apotheca, 2.15pm)

Liverpudlian in exile, Silky, is at Apotheca this afternoon with some top quality stand up. He’s been nominated for numerous esteemed awards and has a vast list of TV credits. Don’t miss this hilarious show! ‘Always brilliant’ Metro. Click here to buy tickets.

Susan Murray – The Glottal Stops Here (Apotheca, 3.30pm)

Susan was the winner of the first ever Jongelurs Competition, has performed to sell out audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe and is a seasoned regular on the comedy circuit working at a national level in all the major comedy clubs. Tonight, she is performing The Glottal Stops Here, her debut solo show, which has been co-written with Matt Owen. Matt’s writing credits include Have I Got News For You, Dead Ringers, and Private Eye. Click here to buy tickets.

Amadeus Martin: Rated Sneaky (Apotheca, 4.45pm)

The cheeky, energetic and critically acclaimed Amadeus Martin comes to Manchester to entertain his audience with impeccable stand up storytelling and observational comedy. Head down to Apotheca this afternoon - he’s definitely one to watch! Click here to buy tickets.

Gary Coleman Is… Very Rarely Rong (Apotheca, 6pm)

Finalist in last year’s New Act of the Year, and nominee for Best Male Actor in the 2days Laughter Short Comedy Film Festival, this multi-award winning comic will give you an insight into the trials and tribulations of marriage and fatherhood in a glorious dead-pan style. Click here to buy tickets.

Flecky Bennett’s Manchester Ghost Walk, (City centre, 7pm)

Having frightened victims in Manchester and London, Flecky Bennett returns to Manchester for the second year running with his popular ghost walk. Flecky’s mixture of history and performance in his one-man show has earned the walk a ‘Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’ status. Click here to buy tickets.

Free Range (Lass O’Gowrie, 7pm)

Get down to The Lass for an evening of FREE comedy. This sketch comedy troupe will entertain you with their surreal sketches that are entirely unrelated to Hallowe’en. Or are they…? This comedy night promises to be a good laugh and a great night out!

Quentin Reynolds, Comedy Mindreader (Lass O’Gowrie, 7.30pm)

Winner of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2005, this comedy mindreader explores the psychic and the paranormal to a comic backdrop of laughter and astonishment. Quentin's is also the only show to be running for every day of the festival, so he's also got stamina. Click here to buy tickets.

BBC Comedy Presents… (The Comedy Store, 8pm)

BBC Comedy Presents is hosted this evening at the world famous Comedy Store, and they have some stellar acts lined up for you tonight! Featuring Jason Cook, Boy With Tape On His Face, Angelos Epithemiou, Barbara Nice, Mick Ferry and Shaista Aziz. You’d be a fool to miss it! Click here to buy tickets.

Laughing Cows (Frog and Bucket, Door time 7pm, Show time 8pm)

Get down to the Frog and Bucket for an evening of quality entertainment from the finest female comedians. Featuring the acclaimed Ava Vidal, Rosie Wilby, Shaista Aziz, Sally Anne Heyward and Kerry Leigh. Click here to buy tickets.

Paul Sinha - Extreme Anti-White Vitriol (MCF @ The Engine House, Door time 8pm, Show time 8.15pm)

International comedian, Paul Sinha, has performed at many of the major comedy clubs in the UK and the world. He's a top quality stand up, has performed on Radio 4's Loose Ends and the Now Show, as well as having recorded for Shane Warne's Ashes podcasts. A top drawer and much acclaimed comedian and one not to miss. Click here to buy tickets.

All Of Time and Space In 45 Minutes* (Lass O'Gowrie, 9pm)

Have you ever tried to explain the plot of Lost to a mate in the pub? Do you have friends interested in your Battlestar Galactica Boxed set, but don't want to commit? This is for you, squashing over 80,000 hours worth of television into 45 minutes. Click here to buy tickets.

The Rocky Horrow Show (BirdCage, Door time 8pm, Show time 9pm)

It’s astounding time is fleeting, madness takes it toll… This Halloween, expect themed cocktails, prizes for the best dressed costume, a drag compere and non-stop disco! Don't miss this! Click here to buy tickets.

Matt Kirshen - Comedytalkingoutloud (MCF @ The Engine House, Door time 9.15pm, Show time 9.30pm)

This excellent comic, Matt Kirshen, has presented Rude Tube and was a finalist in NBC's Last Comic Standing. Tonight he is in Manchester with some first class stand up. Don't miss out! Click here to buy tickets.

Sorrow, Ellis and Epithemiou (MOHO Live, 9.30pm)

This comedy trio are in Manchester tonight with an hour of absolutely bonkers comedy. Johnny Sorrow, Phil Ellis and Angelos Epithemiou are together for your viewing pleasure in this must-see show. 'Every word that comes out of his mouth is funny' The Guardian. Click here to buy tickets.

Happypotamus (Lass O’Gowrie, 9.45pm)

This weird and wonderful Geordie comes to Manchester with an act that asks, ‘Is happiness possible?’ The four star reviewed Seymour Mace recently appeared in a BBC3 show with Johnny Vegas, and shares with him a similar adult humour... Don’t miss out! Click here for tickets info.

LOL! Manchester presents...the very best from MCF 2010 (Moho Live, 7pm)

With the end in sight, this event sees MC Chris Brooker joined by James Ball, Gary Coleman, Amadeus Martin, Brennan Reece, Vince Atta and more, plus a special guest headliner! Don't Miss it! Click here to book tickets.

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