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Tell us: what standup comedy set has been making you laugh lately?

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<span>Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

There might not have been many opportunities to go and watch live stand-up comedy in the past year, but with most of us in need of a good laugh, that hasn’t stopped us reaching for our favourite standup sets online, on old DVDs or on TV.

Whether you’ve been going back to golden oldies like Tommy Cooper or watching Chris Rock on Netflix, we’d love to hear which standup sets have been making you chuckle of late, and why.

For the sake of sharing the lols, we’d love to hear about stand-up sets that people can watch or listen to now – be it something that’s appeared on the BBC, Netflix or is available on YouTube.

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