O'Briain headlines Latitude comedy stage
Brigstocke, Maxwell and Milton Jones also among first names announced
Dara O'Briain, Milton Jones and Josh Widdicombe are among the first names announced for Latitude this year.
Al Murray will have a Saloon Show, while Marcus Brigstocke and Andrew Maxwell will be teaming up too.
Cariad Lloyd and Louise Ford, who host a regular character night at Drink Shop Do, will have a character comedy show with Holly Burn.
Other names include Tim Key, Josie Long, Katherine Ryan, Trevor Noah, Seann Walsh, Tommy Tiernan, Henning Wehn, Jeremy Hardy, Miles Jupp, Doc Brown, Cardinal Burns, the Pajama Men, Sara Pascoe. Wittank, McNeil and Pamphilon, Club Sol, Max and Ivan, The Noise Next Door, The Only Way Is Downton, Pappy's and Nick Helm.
Felicity Ward, Arthur Smith, Glenn Wool, Kerry Godliman, James Acaster, Hannah Gadsby, Tiffany Stevenson, Jarred Christmas, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Roisin Conaty, Joe Lycett, Mike Wozniak, John Kearns, Liam Williams, Tom Rosenthal, Aisling Bea, John Robins, Nish Kumar, Eric Lampaert, Celia Pacquola, Suzi Ruffell, Jamie Demetriou, Alfie Brown, Bobby Mair, Pat Cahill, Angela Barnes, Phil Wang, Ivo Graham, Tania Edwards, Kwame Asante, Joseph Morpurgo, Harriet Kemsley, David Morgan, Jonny Pelham, Dane Baptiste, Gabby Best and Sarah Callaghan are also on the bill.
Other comedy-related events will see East End Cabaret and Miss Behave in the Cabaret/Live Art tent, Viv Groskop and the Festival of the Spoken Nerd in the Literature tent, and Mark Thomas in the Theatre tent.
More comedy headliners will be announced before the festival with a major announcement promised closer to the date.
This year's festival is from 17 to 20 July.
- The Pleasance's SMS service
- Just A Minute
- Horne & Corden
- Jim Jeffries: Alcoholocaust
- Jim Jeffries: Alcoholocaust, Edinburgh Fringe 2010
- Jimmy Carr
- Edinburgh view from Edinburgh Castle. Photo taken by Alan Ford 25/05/2006
- Pleasance launches free Edinburgh Fringe 2010 SMS service (that isn't free)
- Lulworth Castle
- Steve Coogan blasts Top Gear's Mexican show as 'casual racism'