Last year saw shows from the likes of Rob Beckett, Milton Jones, and of course, hometown boy James Acaster.
This year is no exception and some great comedians are heading to Kettering. Some shows have already sold out, but there is plenty of other acts to see.
Why not try someone new so you can tell your friends you saw them before their 'Live at the Apollo' debut?
Click through our picture gallery to see who is heading to Kettering. Tickets for the Lighthouse Theatre can be bought via their website. Tickets for events at the Kettering Arts Centre can be bought online via WeGotTickets.
1. Saturday, January 18 - Rolling in the Aisles Comedy Club, Kettering Arts Centre
The first comedy club of the year will feature three comedians - Tony Law, Meryl O'Rourke, and Yuriko Kotani. Tony Law is a three-time Chortle Award winner who has appeared on loads of TV panel shows. Meryl O'Rourke supported Frankie Boyle on his last tour at his request and received five-star reviews for her show Bad Mother at Edinburgh and Brighton Festivals. Yuriko Kotani is a Japanese comedian based in the UK who has appeared on series two of Russell Howard's Stand Up Central as well as a number of other TV and radio shows.
2. Saturday, February 1 - Lou Sanders: Say Hello to Your New Step-Mummy, Kettering Arts Centre
Lou Sanders describes her new tour as "oversharing, wanging on about spirituality and giving everyone some much unwanted advice". She's been seen on lots of comedy shows like Taskmaster, QI, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and more. The new tour has received rave reviews of four stars.
3. Saturday, February 8 - The Noise Next Door: in Charge, Kettering Arts Centre
The Noise Next Door is a comedy quartet who have sold-out their Edinburgh Fringe shows twelve times. Expect audience engagement as the group turn your suggestions into "comedy gold". The Guardian described the group's work as "staggeringly well executed" while The Telegraph said the shows were "a superior kind of chaos".
4. Friday, February 14 - Russell Kane: The Fast and the Curious 2020 Tour, The Lighthouse Theatre
One of the biggest acts coming to Kettering is Russell Kane and he's clearly popular with the town as the show is already sold out! Those of you lucky enough to have tickets can expect a typically high-energy routing from Russell, who won Best Show in 2010 at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.