Comedian and TV personality Alan Davies will kick off this year's Ealing Summer Festivals programme on Thursday (July 14).
The Jonathan Creek and QI star will be opening the festival alongside comic legend Barry Cryer and Paul Sinha.
Renowned satirist Stephen K Amos will be hosting a jam-packed line up during the gala night on Friday (July 15), which features eight other comedians.
The following week will see Andy Parsons take to the stage on Wednesday July 20, joined by Hal Cruttenden, Paul Thorne and Sean Hughes.
Seann Walsh and Danny Bhoy will be headlining on Thursday July 21, while Ealing 's own Shappi Korsandi hosts the festival's closing gala on Friday July 22.
Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, cabinet member for transport, environment and leisure, said: "We've got five nights of side splitting comedy on offer, with internationally acclaimed comedians guaranteeing laughter at this year's festival, so you'll want to make sure you don't miss out on the action!
"As if that wasn't enough to whet your appetite, two exciting weekends of live music and a real festival atmosphere offer the chance for Ealing residents to really get into the summer swing."
Next up on the Ealing Summer Festivals programme will be the 30th annual Ealing Blues Festival, which takes place over the weekend of July 16 and 17 , featuring blues artist Earl Thomas.
Ending the annual series will be Ealing Jazz Festival, headlined by Roy Ayers and YolanDa Brown , on Saturday July 23 and Sunday July 24.
Tickets to the comedy festival cost £20 per night and can be bought online .
For more information, or to buy your tickets, head to the Ealing Summer Festivals website .