FROM comedians to chart-topping musicians - here’s seven famous acts coming to the Isle of Wight in the new year.

Chris McCausland, star of The Royal Variety Performance, Would I Lie TO You? and Have I Got News For You, is bringing his unique stand-up show to Shanklin Theatre on May 12.

Then on July 4, Tim Vine is back with his very own stand-up show, complete with a mountain of nonsense, daft one-liners and joyful songs.

Ahead of the festive period, Sarah Millican will grace the theatre with her presence on November 4.

The 47-year-old is bringing her latest stand-up show, Late Bloomer, to Shanklin.

Millican won the comedy award for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe back in 2008, and has gone on to feature on various comedy panel shows.

Meanwhile, over at Medina Theatre, vocal quartet G4 will perform on May 4.

Having exploded onto the scene back in 2004 on the first series of The X-Factor, they are thrilled to be back on the road in 2023.

Then, almost two months later, on June 29, Roy Chubby Brown is heading to Medina.

After 50 years in show business, “Britain’s King of Comedy” has proven himself time and time again.

At Strings Bar and Venue, The Wonder Stuff frontman Miles Hunt will perform in February.

The English singer-songwriter is heading to the Newport venue for a solo show as part of Independent Venue Week.

Then weeks later, on March 11, Scottish singer-songwriter Sandi Thom is heading to Strings to perform and promote her new album Wanderlust.

It’s been 16 years since her first single “I wish I was a punk rocker” shot to number one in seven different countries.