My new catalogue is filled with new comedies and farce.
Check out Stand And Deliver by Janet Shaw. The comedy set in a maternity ward will split your stitches.
For lots of jokes which appeal to the more mature members of your audience you can't go past Ugly Customers by Joe Musaphia - about two old dears who hold up their bank.
In the same genre is Act Your Age a musical farce by Christopher Wortley set in a celebrity sanctuary.
For traditional English farce consider Dying to Meet You by Ron Hutson. It is a fast moving comedy involving a young undertaker, a young woman and mix up with the mafia.
Or if a murder mystery spoof is more your style have a read of Dame Agatha's Greatest Case by Robert Sheppard.