Ghost star announces exciting new show just days after shock BBC axe | The Sun

A STAR of the BBC's Ghosts has revealed her first new project after the sitcom was axed.

Fans were left devastated on Friday when it was confirmed Ghosts will come to an end once its fifth series has aired.

Filming has now wrapped on the show and the team has decided to "wave goodbye to the inhabitants of Button House".

One of the stars of the show, Lolly Adefope – who plays Kitty – has been confirmed for the first ever Roundhouse Comedy Festival in London.

The inaugural festival – in association with leading live production company Berk's Nest – will take place at the iconic Roundhouse in Camden from August 5 to 23.

Lolly, 32, will join some of the biggest and most iconic names in comedy including Katherine Ryan and James Acaster, who is bringing his recently announced live tour Heckler’s Welcome to the main stage.

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They will be joined by trailblazing comedian Nish Kumar, co-host of the popular Off Menu podcast Ed Gamble, BAFTA award winning Dylan Moran, British Comedy Award Winning comedian and ventriloquist Nina Conti, and star of Netflix’s adaptation of Matilda, Sindhu Vee.

The festival will also feature some of the nation’s favourite comedy stars including Live At The Apollo’s Suzi Ruffell, Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show Nominated, host of hit Hoovering Podcast, Jessica Fostekew, and Netflix star Desiree Burch.

Mock The Week stars Maisie Adam and Rhys James will play the Roundhouse’s stage as part of festival gala shows, along with Taskmaster fan favourite Fern Brady and Taskmaster winner Sophie Duker.

Jordan Gray will be delighting audiences after headlining the London Palladium in 2022, and actor & comedian Sukh Ojla will be trying out some of her eagerly awaited new material.

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Taking place in various spaces across the full Roundhouse venue including the prestigious main space, the festival will host a mix of notable headliners, a series of star-studded galas, and unmissable tour shows, as well as live podcast recordings from some of the biggest podcasts in the country. 

More acts and shows are set to be announced in the coming months.

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